Ammanford hit for six by Waun
WAUNARLWYDD raced clear of Ammanford in the second half to consolidate third place in Swalec League division one west.
Waun only led their visitors 19-15 at the interval but upped a gear after the break to win 41-20, rattling up six tries to Ammanford's one.
The home tries went to No. 8 Dan Moyle (2), lock Simon Evans, fly-half Josh Hammett, centre Dan Fox and scrum-half Lee Evans, who also kicked a penalty and four conversions.
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Flanker Llyr Morris got Ammanford's only touchdown and his brother, fly-half Rhydian, kicked three penalties and a drop-goal. Centre Chris Moore also landed a penalty.
This Friday evening Waunarlwydd have a rearranged league game away to leaders Tondu, who heaped more misery on bottom team Aberavon Quins on Saturday, winning 27-3 in Port Talbot.
Craig Williams celebrated his return to the Quins line-up after many years by dropping a goal.
Glynneath won a thriller at home to Carmarthen Athletic thanks to wing Jonny Morgan.
With the score at 15-14 to the Athletic, Glynneath were awarded a penalty 40 metres out, but with regular kicker fly-half Corey Jenkins on the floor receiving treatment for an injury, Morgan was summoned from the wing and sent his penalty soaring through the posts for a 17-15 victory.
Earlier, wing Tom Venn had scored a try and Jenkins had landed three penalties.
Wing Luke Marshall and scrum-half Scott Maynard scored the Athletic's tries, and Maynard put over a conversion and a penalty.
Fourth-placed Llangennech won 24-7 at home to fifth-placed Kenfig Hill.
Prop Ben Lung, full-back Ellis Phillips, and wings Rhys Davies and Jevan Barnes got Llan's tries, with fly-half Nico Setaro converting two of them.
In division two west, Penclawdd moved up to ninth with a 35-12 home win against Aberystwyth, who are eighth.
Centre Jonathan Terry led the way with two tries, with wings Luke Davies and Rhys Eaton and veteran lock Anthony Griffiths also crossing. Dan Guaneri kicked two conversions and two penalties.
Centre Chris Mason, in his last game for Penclawdd before moving to work in England, was named the man of the match.
The North Gower club are hoping to hear this week from the WRU whether three or two clubs will be relegated from two west this season.
Also in two west, fifth-placed Dunvant were disappointed to lose at home 20-19 to Maesteg, who rose to seventh.
Centre Sam Crowley and wing Tom Davies scored tries for Dunvant and fly-half Richard Lewis (2) and full-back Adam Williams kicked penalties.
Dunvant had flanker Lewis Buckley sent off near the end of the first half and Maesteg had skipper Grant Epton red-carded near the end of the second.
Maesteg were awarded a penalty try for a collapsed maul and lock Mark Hillier-Rees crossed late on for the winning score.