Sunday, 13 April 2014

One West Weekend Review

Second place Kidwelly capitalised on leaders Glynneath’s involvement in the Plate to reduce the pacemakers' lead to 17 points at the top of One West, thanks to a 34-7 home win over Kenfig Hill.
The Ambers crossed five times through Luke Marshall (2), Ceiron John, Andrew Francis and Luke Thomas.
Meanwhile, Waunarlwydd heaped more woe on strugglers Ammanford with a 50-19 triumph over the basement boys.
Fly-half Josh Hammett notched up 17 of his side’s points through a touchdown and six conversions, while Andrew Rees-Spowart, Dai Evans, Keiron Jones, Dan Fox, Dan Joseph and Alan Pope also went over for Waun.
In a battle at the bottom, it was Loughor that gave themselves some breathing space from the drop zone as they saw off relegation rivals Crymych 22-18.
The Blues' tries came courtesy of Tim Butler, Greg Jervis and Jonathan Phillips, while Andrew Williams added two conversions and a penalty from the tee.
In a Carmarthenshire derby there was nothing to choose between Llangennech and Whitland with the scores tied 22-22 at the final whistle.
Llangennech outscored their visitors three tries to two with touchdowns from Dylan Watts, Tom Barnes and Gareth George, while James Herbert slotted a solitary penalty and two conversions.
James Stephenson bagged all of the points for Borderers through a brace and four penalties.
Elsewhere, Builth Wells recorded their eighth win of the season as they saw off Carmarthen Athletic 29-10 at the Groe, in an ill tempered match that saw both teams have a player see red.
The Bulls crossed three times through Gethin Davies, Ben Price and Jeff Turner-Evans, while Rob Lloyd notched up 14 points from the tee through four penalties and a conversion.
Mike Sauro got Athletic’s only touchdown while Jack Maynard added the extras and a penalty.
Finally, in the only One North scheduled fixture Caernarfon inflicted leaders Bala’s third defeat of the season with an 18-14 showing, a result that sees Bala remain three points clear at the summit with two matches remaining. 


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