COBRA underlined their ambitions for next season by ending their second division campaign with a 35-17 victory over champions Dinbych.

Defences dominated the first-half but the hosts broke the deadlock with centre Llew Williams bursting over for a try, converted by Will Worthington.

The second-half came alive as Dinbych hit back inside the opening minute with a try from scrum-half Garin Roberts, converted by Dan O’Sullivan.

The visitors established a slender lead with captain Tom Seddon completing a counter attack to cross the whitewash.

However COBRA rallied with their forwards proceeding to dominate the remainder of the match.

No8 Ryan Goodwin picked up from a set scrum to forced his way over the line with Worthington converting to edge COBRA ahead.

Denbigh hit back with a try of their own with Gruff Roberts breaking before offloading to Dafydd Cartwight to cross for a try.

COBRA regained the lead with hooker Steve Isaac ploughed over from close range following a five metre line out with Worthington adding the extras.

COBRA sealed a bonus point soon after with flanker Lee Hughes intercepting and breaking upfield before releasing wing Ieuan Williams to cross with Worthington converting with the hosts tally and season completed by a late penalty try.

Meanwhile Machynlleth handed Dinbych IIs a fright before slipping to a 40-34 defeat in division three of the North Wales League.

Machynlleth remained in contention throughout with two tries each from Kameron Simmons-Sandy and Ryan Blockley and further efforts from James Owen and Rob Mercer while Simmons-Sandy and Gruff Jones each added a conversion for the Mid Wales side