A last-minute try by young wing Mark Davies took Llangennech to the top of the Division One table as they defeated Tonmawr 19-17 last night.
Earlier, Davies had scored his side's first try and James Belfry placed a penalty hast-trick while Vaea Poteki scored a try and converted it for Tonmawr with Andy Edwards converting a penalty try and adding a penalty goal.
Maesteg came back to form as fly-half Mark David kicked 18 points in a 33-19 success at Whitland with tries from John Devereux, Alun Brown and Gareth Edwards. Whitland fly half Aled Davies kicked four penalties and converted a Randall Williams try.
Narberth gained a 29-18 win at Bonymaen as Adrian Killa scored a try against his former club and international wing Richard Rees, Rob McKusker and Alan Phillips also crossed with Gareth James kicking nine points.
Bonymaen fly half Anthony Evans scored a try and a penalty and other tries came from replacement Graham Alexander and prop Leighton Gerrard. Glamorgan ran riot in the second half at Brynmawr, winning 41-7 with tries by Mark Haywood, Alan Luff, Mike Butler, Huw Williams and Mike Grimes all converted by Dan Jones, who also kicked a penalty and Haywood dropped a goal.
Brynmawr's lone try was by Jonathan Pleece, converted by Lee Taylor. UWIC led Fleur de Lys 32-0 after 40 minutes but just made it home by 37-24 with Rhys Edwards kicking five penalties and two conversions. Tries came from Phil Dolman (2) and Phil Osborne and skipper Nathan Hopkins dropped a goal.
Fleur's 40-years-old former Wales cap Glen George scored two tries and one each came from Romilly Barnett and Richie Thomas with two converted by Matthew Brown.
The match at Blackwood was called off by a floodlight failure and Bridgend Athletic, without floodlights, saw their match called off o the nearby Tondu ground as it was waterlogged. Beddau and Carmarthen Athletic respectively were the frustrated opponents.
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