Fleur did manage to create two tries of their own, with Daryl Cook and Derwyn Landrygyn touching down, but their efforts proved to be in vain as the students ran away with it.
The result moves UWIC into fourth place behind the leading pack of Pontypool, Bargoed and Caerphilly but their promotion prospects are slim to say the least, sitting as they do twelve points adrift of top team Pooler and having played two more games to boot.
Rumney had a prosperous day in the only other Division One game played as they notched up six tries in 38-12 thumping of Llantrisant at Riverside Park.
The Cardiff club have put a shaky start to the season firmly behind them to sit comfortably in the top half of the division and they demonstrated their improvement on Saturday with a comprehensive victory.
Fullback Andrew Carlsson and winger Lincoln Plummer were try-scorers in the back line while a committed forward effort was rewarded with scores for hooker Michael Fenneck and his replacement Neil Richie, lock Michael Kelly and well deserved penalty try.
Fly half James Thomas weighed in with four conversions while winger Craig Allen and replacement Dean Evans went over for consolation scores for the visitors.
Llantrisant's defeat leaves them hovering above the drop zone while Rumney's win cements their sixth position.