There was also little change in Division Three where leading clubs Llanelli Wanderers, Llangefni and Tumble all won, though bottom side Pontarddulais celebrated their first victory of the season, beating Newcastle Emlyn in a 28-27 thriller that pulls them back into the group above in table.
Heol-y-Cyw made the most of Mumbles day off to draw level with the leaders in Division Three (South-West) following a 17-8 victory at Vardre. Dean Thomas scored 15 points for Tondu who beat Brynamman 28-13 and Aberavon Quins thrashed Nantyfyllon 30-8 to stay in touch with the top two.
Division Four leaders Llanbydder racked up the tries in a straight-forward 58-13 win over Burry Port and Division Four (South-West) pace-setters BP (Llandarcy) rattled up a similar score in a 50-14 win over Abercrave. Trebanos registered their first win of the season, squeezing past past bottom side Alltwen, 26-24.
Penygroes and Cefneithin battled out a hard-fought 10-10 draw that will only satisfy Division Five leaders Tycroes, who moved two points clear at the top in style with a 59-0 hammering at St David's.
Ystradgynlais are already six points clear in Division Five (South-West) after just five games after second-placed Cwmgwrach went down 25-7 at home to Rhigos. Ystradgynlais beat Pontardawe 24-6.