The fly-half converted five of the eight tries in a powerful exhibition from the division's current leaders, who finished the afternoon as 57-18 victors.
Elsewhere, a brace of tries from Ryan Howells kept Ystrad Rhondda's title chase alive as he helped overturn an 18-13 half time deficit at Rhydyfelin. Thanks to a more forceful run of play after the break, the second placed team bagged a 35-18 win and go into their final few games with it all to play for.
Penallta have cemented their position in third place after scrum half Andrew John and full back Aron Humphries crossed twice in the Pitmen's 47-5 drubbing of visitors Ynysybwl, while Mountain Ash fought for their first league win since January as they battled to win 28-22 against Merthyr.
The top two in Division 2 East also kept up the pace in the race to be crowned champions. Bedlinog put eight tries past Tylorstown in a 50-0 rout, while a determined Rhiwbina finished off Abercynon 63-6.
Congratulations are in order in Division 3 East as Abertillery B G secured the title thanks to a rampant 42-5 defeat of Pontypool United. The side have lost just once in the league this season and needed only two points this weekend to gain successful promotion to Division 2.