Dafydd Smith grabbed a hat-trick as Tredegar ran in eight tries on their way to a 48-3 demolition of Llantrisant in SWALEC League Divsion 2 East
Tredegar now have a 15 point lead over nearest rivals Bedlinog, who failed to gain a bonus point in their 17-9 win over Abergavenny.
Craig Jones went past the 200 point mark for the season with his four conversions for the home side, and Jamie Henthorn claimed his 21st try of the season in a remarkable season for Tredegar.
Abercynon were the big scorers of the day running in a stunning 11 tries against Treherbert.
Garndiffaith put themselves in pole position in the race for the Division Three East title with a 25-15 win over second-place Pill Harriers.
New Tredegar have a mountain to climb to lift themselves off the bottom of the table, after they were thrashed 46-0 by Pontypool United. Their task looks even more daunting after the two sides directly above them both won. Newport HSOB won 23-13 away at Croesyceiliog and Cwmbran edged out Nelson 19-18.
A hat-trick from Jamie Summers helped keep Treorchy's faint title hopes alive in Division Three South East with a 45-21 win at Fairwater. They fully capitalised on leaders Llantwit Fardre's shock 24-16 defeat at Llanishen.
Nathan Rees, Darren Lewis and Chris Woodland were among the scorers as Llandaff extended their lead at the top of Division Four East with a 44-10 victory over Pontllanfraith. Second-place Nantyglo slipped further away from the leaders as they fell to a 35-31 defeat at Machen, but did manage to claim two bonus points.
The Division Four South East title race looks set to go all the way, with Heol Y Cyw and Pentyrch each claiming bonus point wins over Taffs Well and Abercwmboi respectively.
Abercarn now look red-hot favourites to take the Division Five East Crown after their 29-17 win at home to Caldicot and it looks like a two-horse race in Five South East with Cilfynydd beating Cowbridge 46-19 and Barry hot on their heels with a 10-5 victory over Hirwain.
Nearly 40 players were involved in the first Wales Under 18 training session of the season. WRU National Performance Manager Gethin Watts is excited at the potential shown by the group and expects the Regional Under 18 Championship to hone their skills even further.