Builth Wells remain at the top of Division Two West after a 34-14 win at Gorseinon.
Dan Davies, Chris Davies, Matthew Lewis, Gethin Davies and George Jenkins scored the five tries that earned the Bulls a bonus point.
Holding games in hands over Builth Wells, Loughor and Bridgend Athletic also picked up bonus point victories away at BP Llandarcy (16-37) and Waunarlwydd (15-44) respectively.
Pontyberem remain top of Division Three West after sneaking past Laugharne 6-3 in a game that saw no tries scored.
Quite the opposite in Llanelli, as Tumble fell to a 76-0 defeat against a Cardigan side that crossed 11 times.
Division Three South West leaders Tondu edged out Natyffyllon 20-14, with closest rivals Aberavon Quins similarly squeaking home 21-16 against Skewen.
Llandeilo thrashed Burry Port 48-3, notching eight tries in the process, to extend their lead at the top of Four West.
There was also a bonus point for Cwmgors, who broke their duck at the bottom of the table in a 19-12 defeat to Hendy.
Division Four South West leaders Resolven remain unbeaten after their 29-20 win over Neath Athletic.
Cefneithin beat Llangwm 64-3 at the summit of Division Five West, with second place Furnace United keeping up the pace through a 25-10 win over St Clears.
With Alltwen not playing, Abercrave used their game in hand to cement themselves at the top of the Division Five South West table through a 56-5 victory at Bynea.
Penlan won 17-11 at Nantgaredig at the top of Division Six West.
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