Tonmawr gave last season's Three East winners Bargoed a taste of what life will be like in the upper echelons of the ASDA Leagues as the Two West side earned themselves a first round tie at the end of the month against Cwmtwrch. The boot of Austin Howells just managed to out-do that of Bargoed's prolific Jamie Howells and there were four home tries, two from Ken Morris to the visitors' two.
Welsh Districts side Glyncoch notched a famous victory as they earned the biggest scalp in their club's history with a 16-15 home win over Three South-East side Treorchy. Full back Lee Goddard grabbed all the points for Glyncoch in the first half as he ran to the posts for a try. He added the simple conversion and a penalty. Even so, Treorchy were 15-10 ahead at the interval thanks to two tries in response, but two penalties from replacement outside half Dean Young earned victory for the underdogs and a first round date with Haverfordwest.
There was drama at Old Penarthians' Cwrt-y-vil ground in the battle between the two Five South-East sides; the Old Pens and Rhiwbina. With the scores locked at 10-10 in the fourth minute of injury time the home side conceded a penalty on their 10 metre line. Up stepped Rhiwbina outside-half Bleddyn Davies and over went the match winning kick to stun the home side. Rhiwbina will now meet Betws in the next round.
Heol-y-Cyw had an extra penalty to thank for their 29-26 victory at Mold in a game that saw both sides score four tries. They will now meet Trimsaran.
Ruthin kept the north Wales flag flying high with a 40-12 win at Talywain that included seven tries. That earned them trip to Mumbles, who were 52-0 home winners over Llandaff North.
Gilfach Goch ran in nine tries in their 64-6 demolition of Cefn Coed and will now meet New Dock Stars, while Brynithel trounced St David's 62-0 away from home to earn a home tie with Tycroes next round.