"The draw was a fair result given the conditions," Cwmllynfell coach Mike Lewis said. "It was a cracking game of rugby and everyone got their money's worth. Bonymaen really entered into the spirit of things and it was a good advertisement for rugby."
Fullback Peter Thomas kicked three crucial penalty goals for the home side, and Lewis admitted Thomas' goal-kicking was keeping his side in the hunt this season.
"Peter is a very consistent kicker," he said. "He averages about 15 points a game and you can really count on him."
Ironically, Cwmllynfell's gutsy draw sees them drop a place in the table, with Whitland taking over second after a comfortable 29-6 win over Beddau. Winger Dion Thomas scored twice for the winners, with Beddau outside-half supplying his side's only points with two dropped goals.
Luke Knight and Gareth Davies scored braces of tries in Blackwood's comfortable victory over Builth Wells, although Blackwood needed to move up a gear in the second half after being held to 17-12 at the break.
UWIC were hot favourites ahead of their home game against struggling Fleur De Lys, but the visitors escaped with a 17-16 victory on the back of tries to Pete Morris and Dan Ventner. Both tries were converted by Neil Gittings, whose solitary penalty goal proved crucial in the final scoreline.
Caerphilly's Virginia Park fortress remains intact with a 33-29 win over Merthyr, with a try double to winger Craig Marshman proving the difference.Merthyr's Neil Burnett kept his side in touch with five penalty goals.
Mid-table Llangennech stunned fourth-placed Waunarlwydd 27-8, with outside-half Ellis Phillips adding a try to his four penalty goals as the home side sped to a 17-3 lead at halftime before holding on for an impressive victory.
Newbridge outside-half Greg Jones kicked four goals in his side's 25-17 win at Ystrad Rhondda. The Llanharan-Narbeth match was postponed because of unplayable pitch.