Third place Cardiff Met missed a good opportunity to edge up the table as they lost out 24-16 away at Narbeth, while three tries for Llanharan came to no avail at the Memorial Ground as Glamorgan Wanderers capitalised on an ill disciplined performance from the visiting XV. Ianto Griffiths put three penalties over the posts and converted the Wanderers' two tries in a 26-21 win.
Tries from Dylan Richards and Alan Jenkins weren't quite enough for bottom placed Whitland as Blackwood edged a 19-18 victory to keep them well above water in mid table.
There was better news for fellow strugglers Pontypool, as fly half Clayton Dullis bagged a try and three penalties in an equally tight 21-20 home win over Bonymaen. Despite two tries from Dan Joseph, the visitors' league form continues to falter.
Leading 21-11 at the break, Bridgend Athletic seemed to be running away with it in Port Talbot as Scotty Hicks and Aled Thomas crossed over to ensure an early lead over Tata Steel. With Rob Hill and Robbie Morgan touching down, the Saints' second half fight back made for a tasty final forty yet a try from James Olds helped Bridgend hold on for a bonus point 26-21 victory.