Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Division One West Review - 12th October

Waunarlwydd have taken over as the new leaders of Division One West after their comfortable 37-19 bonus-point win over Whitland.

The Green and Blacks scored five tries in a rewarding afternoon through Andrew Lloyd, Jordan Clayfield, Andrew Rees-Spowart and a double for in-form winger Alan Pope.

Following their win over Ammanford in their previous fixture, The Borderers could only manage tries from Aidan Loxton.

Glynneath have only been replaced at the top as their game with Kenfig Hill was abandoned just prior to half time due to an injury to the referee who was unable to continue.

Loughor gained their second win of the season with a 38-24 result over Builth Wells at Villa Field.

Chris Banfield had a superb game for the hosts as the full-back notched 23 points thanks to a try, four penalties and three conversions.

Lawrence Headlen, Nick O’Kelly and Steve Wake also scored for Loughor.

Kidwelly and Llangennech both scored five tries apiece in an entertaining fixture that was eventually won 39-30 by the Black and Ambers.

Mike Sauro was the hero for Carmarthen Athletic in their 35-15 home victory over bottom side Ammanford.

He converted his side’s five tries with one coming from himself as well as Rhys Lewis, Owain Herbert, Evan Ellis and Steffan Evans.

Elsewhere, Cwmllynfell narrowly beat Crymych 21-19.


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