Seven Sisters staked their claim for the Division 1 title with a bonus point win over top of the table rivals Whitland, eventually running out 28-7 winners at a rainy windswept Maes Dafydd pitch.
Seven took ownership of the game, setting camp in Whitland's 22 for the first half and after some well worked rugby, centre Helen Jones crashed over the whitewash for a brace of tries. The extras were added by her centre partner Rachel Rees to give them a half-time lead of 14-0.
Whitland found themselves under heavy pressure but they defended stoutly with Elin Hywel, Allana Jones and Lowri Morgan to the fore.
The second half saw Whitland use the wind and with the front row of Ceris Moyle, Sara Davies and Amy Jones doing well in the scrums Whitland put some pressure on Seven Sisters but some superb defence kept them out.
It didn't take long for Seven to gain possession and they moved the ball down the pitch before No. 8 Cari Bowen-Davies ploughed over the line.
Seven's bonus point came as outside half Jami Davies touched down for the fourth try of the match. With Rachel Rees converting all four conversions, Seven led 28-0 with minutes left on the clock.
But Whitland showed no signs of lying down by throwing everything they had left into the match. Edging ever closer to the line by through their forwards, space opened for Emma Summons to dart over for their first points of the game. Cath Davies' conversion brought the game to a close at 28-7.
Seven Sisters remain undefeated with a full complement of bonus points but will have to wait patiently during their week off before travelling to Pencoed on October 14 to see if they can continue their success.
Previously unbeaten Whitland will look to get back on track as they host Pencoed on the 7th.
The Welsh Rugby Union has signed a new four year deal with specialist equipment supplier Rhino Rugby, which is set to benefit both the grass roots game in Wales and the national squad in equal measure.
We watch the new grass growing and being stitched together in this week's Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We speak to Millennium Stadium groundsman Lee Evans, Wales great Ieuan Evans gives an overview on the new strategy announced by head of rugby Josh Lewsey, while we also hear from Bedwas, Aberavon and Carmarthen Quins in the Principality Premiership.
Wales assistant coach Rob Howley was welcomed with open arms by the staff and players at Crymych recently when he hosted a training session in memory of former club captain and coach, Glyndwr Richards.
We hear about the WRU's annual report and some exciting new plans for schools and clubs round Wales in this week's Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. WRU finance director Steve Phillips explains the money side, while head of rugby Josh Lewsey explains his new strategy for schools and clubs. We also get reaction from all round Wales.
The Welsh Rugby Union has launched a nationwide education programme, to help all involved in the game to recognise and remove' players with concussion. Wales, Racing Metro and Lions centre Jamie Roberts Wales assistant coach Rob Howley, WRU Head of Rugby Josh Lewsey and representatives of grassroots clubs in Wales who helped finalise the policy. We also hear from WRU National Medical Manager Prav Mathema, plus Llanelli and Cardiff in the Principality Premiership.
The Welsh Rugby Union has launched a nationwide education programme, to help all involved in the game to recognise and remove' players with concussion. Wales, Racing Metro and Lions centre Jamie Roberts took time out of his club commitments to raise the profile of the campaign launch held at Pontyclun Rugby Club.
The Welsh Rugby Union has launched a nationwide education programme, to help all involved in the game to recognise and remove' players with concussion. Interview with WRU National Medical Manager Prav Mathema.
The WRU's Women and Girls legacy events - #TRY OUR GAME have proved popular this week with current players and newcomers to the game learning new skills and picking up tips from national squad players.
We caught up with Shona and Ellie from the Wales women team ahead of the start of the Women's Rugby World Cup in Paris next month at a recent women's training session to encourage and promote more women and girls to try their hand at rugby. #tryourgame
We hear from the Wales camps in South Africa and New Zealand, as well as the EGM, in this week's principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Defence coach Shaun Edwards and forwards coach Robin McBryde look ahead to the Springboks, Angus O'Brien and Mark Taylor look back at heartbreak for Wales Under 20s, while group chief executive Roger Lewis and chairman David Pickering face the Welsh press after being vindicated at the EGM.
Newport are certainly having an indifferent season so far and having gone close in a number of matches they have only two league wins to their name as they prepare to face Neath tomorrow afternoon (KO 1.30pm)
This time last year Ospreys prop Nicky Smith was playing in the Principality Premiership with Swansea. He chats to WRU TV's Graeme Gillespie and explains why the Premiership is so important in developing our stars of the future.
Developing the game in Wales and creating a stable and progressive environment for players of the future
Taking the grass roots game out across the length and breadth of the nation, the SWALEC Leagues are the focus of the community rugby in Wales
The SWALEC Cup, Plate and Bowl continue the legacy of the WRU Challenge Cup, culminating in a shot at glory at the Millennium Stadium
Women's Community Rugby embraces both the regional and community club game from Girls' Leagues through to the Women's Premier Division