NEATH 50, EBBW VALE 8
Zimbabwean international Dean Dewdney scored four tries as Neath kept up the pressure at the top of the Welsh/Scottish League with another major victory.
Neath coach Lyn Jones had said it was pay back time for Ebbw Vale, who booted them out of the Principality Cup, and their eight try victory made it 19 tries in their last three games.
More than that, a place in the Heineken Cup next season looks more and more likely after a week in which they beat Glasgow, Newport and Ebbw Vale.
Ebbw held out for the first quarter before finding themselves 24-0 adrift at the break after a brilliant three try burst in nine minutes.
Wales A stand-off Lee Jarvis, who had scored 21 points at Newport on Wednesday night, picked up another 20 points as he scored two tries and converted five.
Ebbw Vale's misery was made complete six minutes from time when flanker Paul Williams was sent off for illegal use of the boot.
Neath: Tries: Dean Dewdney 4, Lee Jarvis 2, Alfie Mocelutu, Shaun Connor;
Cons: Lee Jarvis 5. Ebbw Vale: Try: Rhys Shorney; Pen: Gareth Cull.
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