Top club Maesteg gave bottom club Brynmawr a 119-3 thrashing with former Great Britain Rugby League star Kevin Ellis notching a three-minute hat-trick of tries and 16 other tries resulted including braces by Paul Morgan, Gareth Edwards, Gareth Holmes, Gareth John and skipper Karl Hocking. Fly half Austen Howells converted a dozen of the tries.
Despite having flanker Iwan Hopkins and scrum half Gareth James in a bad road accident en route to Builth Wells, Bonymaen still managed a late kick off and a 11-9 win, courtesy of a try by ace lock Gavin Evans.
Glamorgan Wanderers won the huge promotion battle by 13-6 over Llangennech as South African centre Felice Coetzee's smart try decided it and Beddau, despite being without the injured Brett Davey, gained a good 18-5 win over Whitland with tries by Huw Williams, Carl Thomas and Rob Downes, plus a Steve Robinson penalty.
Fleur de Lys won a relegation battle by 30-17 at Bridgend Athletic with Brett Green contributing ten points and Blackwood gained a good 16-10 win at Tonmawr with a Jason Rogers try and eleven points from Jeremy Lloyd.
Narberth moved up with a 20-8 win over UWIC, but the students had Wales Under-21 hooker Rhys James red-carded after just nine minutes. The Otters ran in three tries from Barry Davies, Gareth James and Jason Jennings.
East leaders Ystrad Rhondda pulled away from the pack with a 24-15 win over Llantwit Fardre including a brace of tries by Gavin Owen and Newport Saracens fell 27-22 at Tredegar.
Abercynon had four tries by Neil Woodward and 19 points by Matt Turner in a 74-26 win over bottom club Risca and big advances came from Merthyr, the team with the highest aggregate tries, and Rumney. Merthyr beat Treherbert by 32-17 and Rumney went away to defeat Llantrisant's 'Black Army' by 27-13.
In the West, leaders Waunarlwydd hung on to win 18-10 at Cwmavon and Cwmllynfell were hard pushed to win 27-21 at Mumbles. Moving up were Dunvant, 53-22 winners over Nantymoel, and Kidwelly, who won through by 13-5 at Corus.
Unbeaten clubs Bargoed in the East and Rhydyfelin in the South-East remained so as Bargoed defeated Llanishen 20-13 and Rhydyfelin won 24-9 at Barry, though they are not leaders as Mountain Ash beat Pentyrch 38-26 and having played one game more than Rhydyflein, lead on try-count.
North Walians Ruthin are still in third place after player-coach john Tudor helped inspire them to a 19-6 success aginst Nelson.
Bargoed's nerarest rivals Pill Harriers did DEFEAT Senghenydd, NOT as reported by a telephone prankster, who gave in the wrong result from the Pill clubhouse.
Loughor kept their grip on the West with a 1-15 win over Haverfordwest, but surprise results saw Llanelli Wanderers winning 14-7 at Lampeter and Llandeilo thrashing Hendy 36-5.
Maesteg Quins held on to the South-West lead after a 37-8 win over Ystalyfera and Bryncoch's slump continued as they lost 28-13 at second-placed Seven Siters.
Aberdare upset leaders Fairwater with a 15-5 win in the South-East to now share the lead, while Penarth chase hard with Hemi Taylor inspiring them to a 41-6 win at Rhigos.
One of the biggest shocks came in the South-West as Tonna fell 29-10 at home to Heol y Cyw, leaving Resolven clear at the top and they won 55-7 over bottom club Pyle.
There was no change in the North even though leaders Llangefni were without a game. Mold held on to second after defeating Colwyn Bay 19-16.
Amman United won the big clash in the West as they toppled nearest rivals by an astonishing 53-7 scoreline and in the East the top two met at Trinant, but visitors Pontllanfraith pulled away at the top after a narrow 20-17 victory.
Nantyglo are the first dvisional winners in Wales, confirming it with a 29-6 win at Caldicot - their 18th straight success in Five East. St Alban's stay second after a late penalty try helped beat Abertillery BG by 18-8.
In the North, Bala, Bethesda and Bro Ffestiniog all won away and Bangor made it four with a win at Welshpool. The biggest clash in the South-East saw Cilfynydd hold off Porth 17-14, while South Wales Police, Penallta and Cefn Coed all won again.
West leaders Pembroke won 25-5 at bottom club Llanybydder and New Dock Stars kept up the chase by beating a game Furnace side 33-22. In the South-West, Abercrave gained a crushing 87-7 success at Pontardawe and Birchgrove smashed BP Llandarcy 60-5 away.