Premier Division Bridgend gained their ninth successive win - seven in the league and two in the cup - as theywon 12-6 at the Talbot Athletic Ground against Aberavon, for whom it was a fifth successive league loss. After fly half Jamie Davies had put the Wizards ahead with a penalty, Bridgend scored tries by centre Ryan Howells and scrum half Ricky Griffiths, the first being converted by fly half Gareth David. Davies kicked a penalty for Aberavon in the final minute of the half and a stalemate after the interval saw no further points forthcoming. Division 1 Llangennech went over Maesteg to the top of the table by thrashing bottom club Brynmawr 90-0 in which 14 tries were gained. Fly half Mark Jones led the way with two tries and ten conversions for a 30-point haul, while wing Kevin Jones ran in a try hat-trick. Other touchdowns came from Brad Kierstad (2), Simon Peters (2), Iestyn Evans (2), Mark Bowen, Geraint Beynon and Mike Jones. Other results
Women's International: Wales 0 England 81 (at Cardiff RFC) Universities International: Wales 35 England 0 (at Pontypridd) Division 2 West: Dunvant 36 Tondu 22 Division 3 South-West: Nantyffyllon 19 Seven Sisters 13 Division 4 South-West: Morriston 32 Aberavon Green Stars 15 Division 5 North: Bethesda 38 Machynlleth 13
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