Brynithel strengthened their lead at the top of Division Thee East as they registered three converted tries to defeat thrd-placed Cwmbran by 21-8 and now take a six-point lead over Llanharan, but the latter have two games in hand.
Paul Rogers, Tony Jayne and Chris Ball scored the Brynithel tries and Mike Hearne goaled all three, while in the same division, Pill Harriers rocked
Old Illtydians by 22-8 with tries by Richard Tuck, Gareth Hazel, Mark Thorogood and Gareth Lloyd and a Neil Whatley conversion.
They will all look behind to Newport Saracens, who hold the key to the title, after a splendid 37-15 win over Talywain in which lock David Snell scored a try hat-trick with centre Paul Jones and flanker Leon Pemberton also crossing and Gary Williams kicking five goals.
Sarries press officer Sian Cain-Culverwell commented: "We will carry on playing while the internationals are on in March and have Abergavenny home and away in crucial matches for us."
Kidwelly joined Pontyberem on 54 points in Three West after a narrow 31-29 win at Hendy wth Gorseinon going third after a 28-6 win at Lampeter. Three Ceri Davies penalties gave Penclawdd a 9-3 win over Tenby Utd while Llandeilo defeated bottom club Gowerton by 25-19 and Aberystwyth won 27-15 at Pontarddulais.
In Three South-East Mountain Ash easily saw off bottom club Barry 36-5 and in the South-West there was a match off after the sad death of a Banwen wing meant that the match against Nantyffyllon was postponed. Mumbles rocked Maesteg Quins
in a huge shock by 23-9.
Bedlinog had a fine 26-12 win over Penarth in 4 South-East with tries by Julian Humphreys, Dean Rees and Ryan Jenkins though James Coslett and Anthony Edwards crossed for the losers. Pontycymmer went second with an 18-0 win at Heol y Cyw.
Cwmgors took the lead in 4 South-West with a 45-12 win over Cefn Cribbwr and Taibach followed by defeating Rhigos 33-10. In 5 West Crymych moved to second after a 58-0 beating of Pontyates and there were important wins for Aberaon Green Stars and Tonna in 5 South-West