Just two sides remain unbeaten in Swalec Division One East with both RCG 1404 and Rhydyfelin maintaining their 100 per cent starts to the season.
RCG were made to work hard in South Wales but it was Rhodri Carlton-Jones that proved the difference. The fly-half contributed 18 points, to add to another try from Mike Jones as the North Walians claimed the 23-16 win.
Rhydyfelin also had to grind out a 17-7 triumph but edged past Ystrad Rhondda thanks to a brace of tries from Gavin Close.
Meanwhile Penalta ran in six tries as they put Tredegar to the sword in a 45-23 thriller. Kieran Mahoney bagged a double, while Gareth Edwards, Dan Parry, Andrew Jenkins and Lucas Edwards also crossed the whitewash.
Elsewhere Treorchy claimed a 30-20 triumph over Gilfach Goch, despite being reduced to 14-men in the first-half, to hand captain James Summers an almost perfect 200 club appearance.
Lewis Ryan was the hero at Duffryn Pennar Parc, racing clear for a hat-trick of tries as Ynysybwl claimed a 45-27 away win over Mountain Ash.
In Division Two East Fleur de Lys were determined to bounce back from their 54-3 hammering at the hands on Bedlinog last week. And they completed their objective with a brace of tries from Gareth Morris to secure a hard-fought 14-5 victory over Tylerstown.
Garndiffaith were also celebrating on Saturday night having claimed a 41-25 triumph over Rhymney. Danny Pearce was worth his weight in gold, having scored two of his side's four tries, but Rhymney could also take solace from a try-scoring bonus-point.
Elsewhere, it was tight between Abercynon and Llanishen but the home side crossed three times to secure a 20-17 win.
In Division Three East 11-points from Daniel Haile was enough to see Abertillery break their duck this campaign with an 11-10 win over Abergavenny.
Elsewhere Fairwater claimed an enthralling 29-18 victory over Nantymoel. The Cardiff-club crossed for four tries to wrap up the bonus-point, with Jack Lee, Dean Jones and Anton Phillips all racing over the whitewash.
In Five East Kyle Sterry racked up 22-points to help Llanhilleth beat Usk 47-12.
There was last minute drama in Five South East as Caerau Ely snatched a converted a try to claim a share of the spoils with Blackwood Stars in a 15-all draw at Trelai Park.
Finally, in Six South East, Wayne Da-Cruz cruised over four times as Llanrumney crushed Cardiff Saracens in a 109-10 home rout.
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