EBBW VALE 66, CAERPHILLY 20
Wales prop Iestyn Thomas was given the honour of leading Ebbw Vale in their last match of the season before he heads off to Llanelli.
Vale ran in nine tries as they piled more misery on bottom of the table Caerphilly ahead of their Premiership survival play-off battle with either Pontypool or Aberavon.
The home side notched 14 points in the opening 10 minutes with flanker Kati Tuipolotu leading the way with the opening try.
Scrum half Kevin Ellis helped himself to two tries and former Wales and British Lions centre Allan Bateman also got in on the try scoring act on his first appearance for the club on permit from Neath.
Ebbw Vale: Tries: K Ellis 2, A Takarangi 2, K Tuipolotu, G Cull, O Booyse, A Bateman, M Ridley; Cons: G Cull 8, M James; Pen: G Cull.
Caerphilly: Tries: K Morris, M Workman; Cons: L Richards 2, Pens: L Richards 2.
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