Division One leaders Narberth maintained their position at the top of the table with a 34-24 win over Bonymaen. Acting skipper Simon Daniel was the man of the hour, kicking seven straight penalty goals to punish the home team's ill-discipline.
Both sides scored two tries apiece, but the score of the night was by Narberth prop Andrew Powell. His powerful burst sent him over the gain line, and then over the try line. It finished 34-24 to Narberth.
Pontypool kept up the pressure on Narberth as they comprehensively outplayed Tondu, winning 50-3. Slick passing and swift movement all night from the visiting side saw them crash over for six tries.
Pontypool's Tongan favourite Manu Tuipulotu bagged two tries, and claimed assists for two more. Tuipulotu exasperated the home fans, but delighted the travellers with a strong 30m run and neat pass to Sam Waldron late in the game to take Ponty up to the 50-point mark.
Cross Keys lost their unbeaten record as they were edged out 17-16 by Tredegar in a tense match at the Recreation ground. Tredegar's three tries came from Campbell, Lloyd and Pinch. The win sees Tredegar move out of the bottom three in the division.
Llandovery moved up to fourth place in the table following a deserved 23-12 victory over Bedwas.
The visiting backline had too much pace for their opponents, and too much defensive power to be crossed, winning the try count by three to nil.
The performance of the night goes to Carmarthen, who scored an incredible 11 tries, taking their season total to 29, the highest in the division.
Treorchy were no match for the free scoring Quins, and the home side proved superior in all departments. The game was effectively over at the interval, with Quins 26-3 to the good.
A tight match at Riverside Park between Rumney and Beddau saw the visiting side leave counting their blessings for a 23-21 victory.
Rumney stretched the 13-man Beddau defence all across the park in the final 10 minutes (both hooker Alan Norris and No 8 Neil Lewis watched the latter part of the game from the bin), but the home side were unable to cross the line, leaving them ruing missed chances.
Whitland took their points tally for the season to six as they beat Llanharan 14-3. Whitland went in 9-3 to the good at the interval, and the game's only try was scored by wing Andrew Richards late in the second period.
Newbridge had three payers sent off in a bad-tempered clash at Glan-y-Nant. Newbridge prop Phil Taylor began the exodus with a right hook, and flanker Damien Cooper also confused rugby for boxing in the second period. He too received his marching orders.
Newbridge fly-half Jason Williams was sent off for 'kicking' by referee Keri Evans. It finished 16-9.
Aberavon moved up into third spot as they piled on the points against Glamorgan Wanderers.
The Wizards are now unbeaten at home for a year, and if away form is consistent they will be many people's favourites for the title.
Meet the members of the WRU's inaugural Youth Board - after an online selection process which saw a host of high calibre candidates submit video applications the WRU has made its first 15 appointments.The board is made up of individuals aged between 16 and 21, and will meet for the first time at Principality Stadium on Monday 15th February.
The Wales Women's team headed to Dare Valley Country Park on a team bonding exercise as the entire squad got together for the very first time in preparation for this season's Six Nations championship which kicks off on Saturday with a clash against defending champions Ireland, in Donnybrook.
Wales Head Coach Warren Gatland discusses his team selection for the opening round of the RBS 6 Nations where he leads his side against Ireland, on Sunday. As WRU TV's Luke Brodley discovers, Gatland is fully aware of the challenges the defending champions pose
WRUTV caught up with Wales Women captain Rachel Taylor at the RBS 6 Nations launch and how a good crowd really helps boost the girls performance. Tickets for all three Women's home games at The Gnoll, Neath are available from www.wru.wales/tickets