Swansea won the battle of the Ospreys partners with a thrilling 48-38
victory over Neath in their Welsh Premiership clash at the Gnoll.
Fans enjoyed an 11-try romp as both sides threw the ball around throughout the match, with Swansea fly-half Luke Richards converting all six of the All Whites' tries, kicking two penalty goals and scoring a try of his own for a personal haul of 23 points.
Neath trailed 13-24 at halftime, but won the second 40 minutes by 25-24 with replacement backrower Hywel Jenkins - sacked by the Ospreys before the season started - among the try-scorers.
Table-toppers Newport shrugged off an early 3-13 deficit against Cross
Keys to romp home to a 37-13 victory to stay clear at the top. Gwent Dragons centre Hal Luscombe was among the try-scorers and fly-half Daniel Griffiths
continued his fine form with 21 points from the boot.
Llanelli's dismal season continued with a 25-31 home loss to Aberavon, while Cardiff went to Camarthen and were hammered by a rampant Quins side. Left winger Anthony Rees scored a hat-trick of tries in Carmarthen's 42-10 victory.
Caerphilly leapfrogged Ebbw Vale in the table by beating their old rivals 26-21, while Llandovery went close to their first win of the season before falling 27-33 at home to Bridgend.
Bedwas stunned Pontypool 13-12, while Pontypridd - who went into administration during the week - gave their fans something to smile about with a 43-15 win over Newbridge at Sardis Road.
Welsh Premiership: Bedwas 13 Pontypool 12, Carmarthen Quins 42 Cardiff
10, Ebbw Vale 21 Caerphilly 26, Llandovery 27 Bridgend 33, Llanelli 25
Aberavon 31, Neath 38 Swansea 48, Newport 37 Cross Keys 13, Pontypridd 43 Newbridge