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'We started drop-kicking at goal and missed them,' explained Corus secretary Elwyn Morgan. 'But we were worried when our fly half James Hook was carried off after scoring three tries.
'He has not been selected for the Wales under-19s this year, but has been capped at under-18. If there is a better talent around I have not seen him. Also, another cap, wing Chris Weightman, ran in five tries.
'However, we thank Llanbydder for trying hard and at least giving us a game. At least they turned up!'
Next on the scoring was non-league Glyncorrwg, who smashed league opponents in Swansea Uplands by 13 tries in an 81-0 success.
'We applaud the Uplands for showing up and behaving so well,' said Glyncorrwg team manager Alan Watkins. 'Their heads never went down, but bring any opponents on for us, as we will take some beating at home and our fly half Gareth Goodridge led the way with to tries and eight conversions.'
There were 16 clubs not appearing, including Trimsaran, for whom former Wales star Jonathan Davies was expected to watch them at Tylorstown.
Tonyrefail had a wonderful match against lively Cardiff Medicals and won a thriller 42-40, scoring six tries, while Pontyerem had a notable 15-0 win at Ystrad Rhondda and LLandaff North slammed a woeful Ystradgynlais 95-0.
Kidwelly just stole a typical cup thriller by 34-31 at Heol y Cyw, sharing eight tries, despite 16 points by Gareth Howells for the losers. It was extra time at Penclawdd, where Trinant won 21-16, thanks to a try by winger Ryan Jones.
It was very cold and windy on the highest pitch in Wales at Trefil, who gained a good 16-11 win over Rhigos after wing Chris Thew had scored a first-minute try, but at 11-all it was former Tredegar centre Ioan Lane who came up with the winning try.
Cilfynydd recorded a 10-3 success over Pentyrch with a try in either half, first by skipper and No 8 Gavin Jones and then by scrum half Steve Burton, Gwernyfed made a massive fight to defeat Bryncoch, who are unbeaten this season, but after leading 19-7 saw the visitors score 10 points before Craig Jenkins gave Brynoch the win with a late penalty goal.
Dunvant are back in the fine form that saw them a Premier club a few years ago and they met Abercwmboi for the first-ever occasion and won 67-17. 'It was a good match and Abercwmboi scored three tries,' said Dunvant team manager Peter Thomas.
'We are going well though and scored ten tries with Paul Morris having another splendid game on the flank and young Gary Rombach on the wing scored two tries.
It was a good game and Paul Jones scored two in the first-half for Aber, but Rhys Williams kicked well and converted seven of our tries after opening with a penalty.'