Llanharan fullback Marc Davies scored two more tries and a conversion as he helped unbeaten Llanharan to a 22-7 win over Beddau with hooker Richard Emms also crossing twice to take his tally to 10, while Davies now has 13 tries and 235 points. Gareth Hopkins crossed for a Beddau try and Rhys Jenkins converted.
Maesteg, also unbeaten, stay top after a 38-18 win over Glamorgan Wanderers, with tries by Karl Hocking (2), Kevin Baldwin, Grant Epton, Jason Riggs and hooker Gareth Thomas. Mark David converted three and Leighton Thomas one. The Wanderers finished with tries by Paul Collett, Adrian Evans and replacement
Geoff Hobbs with a penalty by Dan Jones.
Narberth ran in ten tries to crush Tredegar 69-7 with prop Fifi Faleta getting a brace and Simon Daniel kicking 19 points. Centre Elgan Vittle scored his 12th league try and prop Christian Gay crossed for Tredegar's lone try.
UWIC scored tries from Damien Campbell, Nathan Williams and lock Louis Tonkin in defeating Tondu 26-3. Gareth Morgan added 11 boots with the boot and fly half Wayne Butler kicked a Tondu penalty.
Bonymaen re-signed international full back Darril Williams from Aberavon and he helped beat Treorchy 31-5 as flanker Rob Duilio (2), Andrew Jacobs, Lyndon Johnson and Jason Massey went over. Anthony Evans (2) and Paul Warlow kicked conversions for Bonymaen and scrum half Lee Stone scored a late try for the
Jeremy Lloyd's five penalties failed to save Blackwood from a 20-15 loss at Carmarthen Athletic, for whom Julian Howells and Kevin Beynon scored tries with Howells kicking ten points.
Llangennech ran in seven tries with Mark Jones scoring one and kicking four conversions to defeat Rumney 43-7, for whom David Bartlett scored a consolation try and Carl Ford converted
Carmarthen Quins are holding an exhibition to commemorate club players who fought in World War I. All welcome to the clubhouse on Friday afternoon to learn more about local history, or share any family anecdotes or artifacts.
Defence coach Shaun Edwards believes Saturday's clash against England - the 'form team in world rugby' - poses a huge challenge for his side but he is confident, with Wales beginning to show the defensive qualities displayed in the last two World Cups,