In the East, Abergavenny notched nine tries in dumping Dinas Powys and Bargoed join them at the top with a splendid 19-12 win at Senghenydd with tries by skipper Glen Seabourne and wing Wayne Bowen. Richie Walters, Stuart Richards, Paul Collett and Ted James scored tries as Llanishen defeated Abercarn 27-14 while Old Illtydians included a cameo appearance by David Bishop in their win at Rhymney.
Ruthin had a smart 22-11 win at Pontycymmer in the South-East as they scored tries by Gareth Hughes, Eifion Roberts, Garry Teeson and Joe Palmer with evergreen John Tudor placing a conversion. Barry pulled off a 6-3 shock at Abercwmboi and Brecon can be pleased with a 35-14 success at Ynysybwl, while Rhydyfelin strode ahead on top. Bryncoch are the only unbeaten club in the South-West after defeating Nantyffyllon 17-3 and finding that Skewen fell 27-26 at home to Aberavon Quins and Vardre went down at home to Kenfig Hill.
Aberystwyth had a mighty 37-10 win over Gorseinon but both Loughor, 23-12 winners at Llanelli Wanderers, and Pembroke Dock Quins, who beat Penclawdd 44-13, remain unbeaten.