Champions NEATH continue on their merry way with a 17-6 win over arch-rivals SWANSEA. Winger Stephen Thomas and centre Aled Bevan scored tries for the All Blacks, with former Wales international Arwel Thomas coming off the bench to kick three goals.
ABERAVON backrower Richard Morris scored a brace of tries in the third-placed Wizards' 22-13 win over relegation-threatened
LLANDOVERY, while high-flying BRIDGEND called a halt to LLANELLI's recent run of form with a 16-10 victory at the Brewery Field. Backrowers Gareth Williams (Bridgend) and Dan Godfrey (Llanelli) scored tries, but the boot of Ravens outside-half Gareth Davies (11 points) proved the difference.
PONTYPRIDD winger Matthew Nuthall scored the winning try in the 75th minute as his side came back from 20-6 down to beat CROSS KEYS 23-20 at Sardis Road, while BEDWAS centre Paul Dolman's kick was the only score of the game in a 3-0 win at PONTYPOOL.
EBBW VALE and GLAMORGAN WANDERERS drew 5-all, while the Maesteg-Carmarthen Quins match was abandoned at halftime because of torrential rain. Quins had been leading 10-3.
Results: Aberavon 22 Llandovery 13, Bridgend 16 Llanelli 10, Ebbw Vale 5 Glamorgan Wanderers 5, Neath 17 Swansea 6, Newport 30 Cardiff 14, Pontypool 0 Bedwas 3, Pontypridd 23 Cross Keys 20.