Thursday, 6 November 2014

Kidwelly blitz Carmarthen to extend lead

Kidwelly extended their advantage to two points at the summit of One West as the Black and Ambers blitzed past Carmarthen Athletic 51-10.
Hat-trick hero Luke Marshall in action for Kidwelly
The league leaders helped themselves to nine tries in all with efforts from Luke Marshall (3), Dafydd Lewis (2), Richard Rees (2), Andy Francis and Jason Smith.
Kidwelly's Jason Smith breaks through the Athletic defence
Hot on the pacemakers' heels are Newcastle Emlyn, who also picked up their sixth win of the season with an 18-12 success at Loughor.
Emlyn had three yellow cards in the match but came through thanks to tries from Sean Leonard and Alun Howells, while Dan Davies added eight points from the tee.
At the other end of the table, Amman United recorded the maiden win of their campaign as they defeated Gorseinon 20-17 at Cwmamman Park.
Amman’s tries came courtesy of a Liam Mangan touchdown and a penalty try, while Rhys Thomas converted both and slotted two penalties.
Luke Cross got Gorseinon’s only try while Andrew Steele fired over four penalties from the tee.
Trebanos moved to within three points of the One West Central leaders Kenfig Hill as 'Banws dispatched Dunvant, while the pacemakers slumped to a 19-22 home defeat to Skewen.
'Banws crossed twice through Matthew Edwards and Richard Davies while Christian Jones fired home a solitary penalty.
Skewen inflicted leaders Kenfig Hill’s second defeat of the season as they edged a close battle 22-19 at Croft Goch Playing Fields.
The visitors went over three times through Tom Kingdom, Jamie Kirkhouse and a penalty try, while Ricky Buselli added the extras to two and also slotted a penalty.
For the Mules, Lewis David, Alex Cunnick and Matthew Staniel went over, with Nicky Giles adding two conversions.

Elsewhere, Bonymaen, who were relegated from the Championship last season, recorded their fifth win with a 17-5 triumph at Seven Sisters. Bony’s only try of the match came through Jacob Clement while Mark Simons landed four penalties.


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