Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Glynneath move 17 points clear

Leaders Glynneath moved 17 points clear at the top of One West as they ran riot at Ammanford to bag a 48-22 victory and retain their unbeaten record.

Jordan Griffiths was the star of the show for the pacemakers as the full-back crossed four times, scrum-half Rhodri Cole bagged a brace, while lock Liam Puckett and centre Josh Jones also went over.

Basement boys Ammanford played their part in an entertaining encounter but ultimately left empty-handed, despite tries from Terry Rees, Chris Morris and James Owen.

Hooker Torin Myhill crossed late on to seal Kidwelly's 25-11 victory
Meanwhile, second place Kidwelly returned to winning ways with a hardfought 25-11 success over Whitland.

Whitland found it hard to break down a resilient Kidwelly defence 

Torin Myhill was the star for the Ambers with a brace, while Gareth Rees also went over. Rees also added five points from the tee for a personal haul of ten points, while Jamie Evans slotted a penalty and conversion.

Kidwelly flanker Rich Rees worked tirelessly in both defence and attack

Waunarlwydd leapt to third in the table with a 25-18 home win over Kenfig Hill thanks to a last minute Dan Davies converted try.

The Green and Blacks crossed three times through Dan Fox, Daniel Joseph and Davies’ last gasp effort, while Josh Hammett added ten points from the tee.

The Mules took home a losing bonus point thanks to a double from Chris Jenkins and eight points from the boot of Nicky Giles.

At the other end of the table, Builth Wells bagged their seventh win of the season as they saw off strugglers Crymych 14-3 at the Groe.

The Bulls' tries came courtesy of Kevin Davies and Mike Powell, while Luke Offa added the extras to both.
Elsewhere, Cwmllynfell hit visitors Carmarthen Athletic for six with a 35-10 home victory.

The Blues were well on top throughout with their tries coming from Aled Williams, Chris Baffle, Tristan Lewis, Mark Robbins, Rory Williams and Tim Karibo.

Finally, in a rip-roaring encounter Llangennech dispatched visitors Loughor 32-27 in an eight try thriller.

Llangennech’s tries came from Tom Barnes (2), Rhys Davies and Johnny Griffiths. 


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