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The day got underway with the Bowl and Vase Finals which was then followed by The Plate final before the Cup final took centre stage.
The first 10 minutes of the Cup final was really tight with both sides looking to assert themselves on with good physicality and intent to play.
Neath opened the scoring through Welsh wing Ellie Norkett but Pontyclun answered quickly through a Brogan Jones penalty.
The rest of the half was really close but two Neath tries through Adi Taviner and Norkett tipped the game in their favour. Jones' second penalty right on half time kept the Falcons in the game with Neath leading 17-6 at the break.
The second half was a little stop start but a converted Jess Smith try gave Neath the breathing space they needed.
Adi Taviner and impressive No. 8 Shona Powell-Hughes added tries to give Neath a commanding cushion but Pontyclun fought back with inside centre Gemma Hallett and fullback Chelsea Cashman ensuring the Falcons had the final say with touchdowns.
Seven Sisters had to withstand a second half fightback from Pencoed before prevailing 15-13 in the Plate Final.
A well work penalty move saw No 8 Cari Bowen-Davies crash over for their first try before Pencoed hit back through scrum half Sam Tricky who landed a penatly. The half ended with the dazzling footwork of fly half Rachel Rees dancing through the midfield to leave the score 10-3.
Pencoed opened the second half showing they were in no mood to lay down as winger Leanne Burnell glided in to the corner. Both side threw everything at each other and a try from centre Jami Davies five minutes from time looked to bring the game to an end.
Believing time was up, Seven Sisters kicked the ball to touch, but the referee saw enough time for one last play. A well timed lineout and ruthless attacking from the forwards opened space for winger Lauren Aikins to drive over to bring the score 15-13. As the conversion drifted wide, the cheers of the Seven Sisters players confirmed they were Plate winners.
The Bowl Final set the standard for the day in an entertaining encounter.
Kidwelly looked to have the game sewn up with a 27-5 halftime lead but Maesteg Celtic had other ideas.
Maesteg Celtic half backs Tasha Lockyer and Rhian Noakes capitalised on the forward platform enabling them to get back into the game. A second half Noakes' hat-trick looked to have given her side a remarkable win but Kidwelly however had other ideas with a try from Sian Peters in the very final moments which allowed Jodie Evans to convert and seal a 34-31 victory.
Penybanc were always in control of the Vase final, prevailing 33-5 against Haverfordwest.
The game was really competitive throughout but Penybanc's dominance was reflected in the final scoreline.
It was only late in the game when the Panthers pulled clear through tries from Leanne McBeth, Brittany Price (2), Alana Woodford and Fabiana O'Calaghan.
Haverfordwest's only score came through Clodagh Llewhellyn who has been instrumental in creating a real hub for women's rugby down west.
Super Cup finals day scorers:
Neath Athletic: Tries: Elli Norkett (2), Adi Taviner (2), Jess Smith, Shona Powell-Hughes; Cons: Bethan Preece (3).
Pontyclun: Tries: Gemma Hallett, Chelsea Cashman; Pens: Brogan Jones (2).
Seven Sisters: Tries: Cari Bowen-Davies, Rachel Rees, Jamie Davies.
Pencoed: Tries: Leanne Burnell, Lauren Aitkins; Pen: Sam Tricky.
Kidwelly: Tries: Hannah Stiles, Karen Mayze (2), Sian Peters, Sian Morgan; Cons: Jodie Evans (3); Pen Jodie Evans
Maesteg Celtic: Tries: Tasha Lockyer (2), Rhian Noakes (3); Cons: Rhian Noakes (3).
Penybanc: Tries: Leanne McBeth, Brittany Price (2), Alana Woodford, Fabiana O'Callahan; Cons: Catrin Rees (3).
Haverfordwest: Try: Clodagh Llewhellyn