Maesteg Celtic continue to reign supreme at the top of Division Four South West, comfortably dispatching Pyle 43-22 at Brynglas Field.
Celtic, who sit nine points clear of their nearest rivals at the summit, helped themselves to six tries, two of those coming from penalty tries, while Rhys Fisher, Jonathan Davies, Kristian Jenkins and Ryan Jenkins all touched down. Nathan Healey guided home five of the conversions and a penalty to wrap up their fourteenth win.
The hosts meanwhile fell just short of bagging themselves a try bonus point after touchdowns from Richard Cullen, John Waller and Will Gallivant, with the latter also adding two conversions and a penalty.
Title hopefuls Trebanos lost ground on Celtic, despite recording a 23-12 win at Cwmavon, and are now nine points adrift. Having played a game more, they must surely think their chances of clinching the Championship are slim.
Banws crossed twice through wing Matthew Edwards and fly half Sean Hamer, while centre Rhodri Thomas slotted both conversions and two penalties before replacement Kristian Jones added a penalty of his own.
Cwmavon, who remain in the hunt for promotion, could only manage two touchdowns through wingers Mark Davies and Jay Baker, with Aaron Lewis landing one conversion.
In a tightly contested match, Resolven narrowly came out on top at home 20-17 against Neath Athletic.
Both sides crossed for three tries apiece with Lloyd Morgan, Darren Griffiths and Richard Davies going over for the hosts, while full back Dale Mead stroked home a conversion and crucial penalty to seal his side's victory.
Athletic, who have impressed this season, had to be content with a losing bonus point thanks to touchdowns from Jake Cole, Gareth Morgan and Owen Scourfield, while Elliot Jones added a solitary conversion.
Meanwhile in a battle at the bottom, Abercrave recorded only their second success of the season, defeating Pontardawe 9-5 in a hard fought match.
Elsewhere, there were wins for Birchgrove, who defeated Briton ferry 20-7, and Nantyffyllon went down at home 20-7 to Glyncorrwg