Sunday, 6 October 2013

Division One West Review - 5th October

Glynneath remain the team to beat in Division One West after they hammered Carmarthen Athletic 57-18 at home to continue their 100% start to the season.

The home side racked up eight tries through Richard Carter, Ben Jones, Craig Moses, Josh Jones, Greg Roberts, Kier Burrows, a penalty try and a solo effort from Jack O’Riley who also added an extra 17-points from the boot to keep them at the summit.

Waunarlwydd remain hot on their heels after their bonus point victory over Crymyrch.

Lee Evans was prolific with the boot for the Green and Blacks notching up 15-points.

Kidwelly were big winners as they put Builth Wells to the sword winning by 41-25.

Robin Davies (2), Richard Pearce, Stu Morris, Andy Francis, Jamie Evans and Chris Davies all went over for the Black and Ambers who travel to Llangennech next weekend.

Llangennech beat Cwmllynfell 15-5 in a tight encounter thanks in part to tries from Gareth Davies and Stuart Fletcher.

Whitland got the better of Ammanford away from home as they came out on top of a thrilling match which ended 40-31.

Lee Glanville, Daf Evans, Duncan Evans all scored with Fraser Watson going over twice for The Borderers whilst James Tullel, Tom Rees, skipper Emyr Price, and Chris Moore all scored in vain for the hosts.

In the remaining fixture in the division, Kenfig Hill cruised past Loughor 37-15 with Nicky Giles scoring a try, three conversions and two penalties to leave him with a personal tally of 17-points for the afternoon.


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