Kenfig Hill took full advantage of Glynneath’s postponed match at Maesteg as the Mules moved to pole position in Division Two West thanks to a hard-fought 19-13 home victory over Skewen.
The highfliers were made to work hard for their win and were trailing at the interval, but touchdowns from Tom Briggs, Sean Burnell and Chris Tossell with Rhodri Clarke adding the extras to two proved to be enough to edge out the improving Skewen.
The visitors, buoyed by the excellent win over Glynneath last week, fell just short of picking up another impressive victory, and had to be content with a losing bonus point, Jason Ball and Scott Jeremy crossed for the visitors’ tries and Richard Davies slotted a first half penalty.
Aberavon Quins continued their excellent run of form, bagging their fourth win on the bounce with a 26-6 home victory over struggling Crymych.
Quinshelped themselves to four tries including a brace for Steve Colarusso, with Gareth Pugh and Adam Dawe also going over. Outside half Marc Sheppard added three conversions.
Crymych, who are still looking for their first win, could only manage two penalties from Dyfed Dafydd.
There was nothing to choose between Kidwelly and Cwmllynfell when the sides met at Parc Stephens, with the honours finishing even at 13-13.
The Black and Ambers, who suffered a heavy defeat last week, looked to be struggling at half time as Cwm took a 10-0 lead into the break thanks to a Bowdy Davies touchdown, with Craig Jones adding the extras and a penalty. The visitors were unable to kick on after the break and could only manage another Jones penalty.
The hosts completed their second half comeback through a Matthew Davies try, with Richard Watts slotting home a conversion and two penalties.
Loughor notched up their fifth victory with a 32-12 home win over Builth Wells.
The Blues, who were trailing at the interval 12-6 to four Luke Offa penalties from the visitors, kicked on in the second half with Morgan Bryant and Simon Stonham both crossing the whitewash. Andrew Williams slotted both conversions and added fourpenalties to add to his two first half kicks, to amass 22 points for the hosts.
Elsewhere, Aberystwyth recorded back to back wins thanks to a narrow 13-11 home victory over Felinfoel and the match between Glynneath and Maesteg was postponed, as the Llynfi Valley side continue to struggle to field a team.