Sunday, 24 November 2013

Division One West Round Up - 23rd November

Glynneath won the battle at the top of Division One West against Waunarlwydd triumphing 30-25 and extending their lead over their rivals in the process.

Despite former Tata Steel coach Rob Hill in charge of the Black and Whites for the first time, they could not end Glynneath’s unbeaten record in One West despite leading 20-3 at half time

Jordan Griffiths, Kier Burrows and James Parry all scored for the table toppers in a superb second half comeback.

Jack O’Riley once again boosted his growing profile by finishing with an individual tally of 15-points thanks to three penalties and three conversions.

Bottom side Ammanford lost for the eighth time this season, this time at the hands of Loughor by 34-17.

Loughor scored five tries in an entertaining fixture with Ryan Hopkins, Dan George, Morgan Bryant, Rhys Corcoran and skipper Jonathan Phillips all touching down.

Cwmllynfell were clinical in their six try defeat of Kenfig Hill by 34-21.

Alex Wilkins, Trystan Lewis, Nathan Ace, Dan Jones and a brace from Scott Gibson helped the Blues move into third place in the table behind Glynneath and Waunarlwydd.

Llangennech recorded only their third win of the season and in some fashion by hammering Crymych 42-14 at the Park Rugby Ground.

A penalty try added to efforts from Rhys Davies, Jon Roberts and a double from Tom Barnes helped them to a comfortable victory.

In the remaining fixtures, Whitland saw off Builth Wells 30-26 and Kidwelly beat Carmarthen Athletic 39-13.


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