Bony pay the penalty
TATA Steel beat Bonymaen 23-9 in the battle between the only two South West Wales clubs in the Swalec Premiership.
The Steelmen needed two second-half penalty tries at Parc Mawr, the second coming from the final move of the game, to move clear.
Tata led 9-6 at the interval, Gareth Walters kicking three penalties to Paul Warlow's two. Warlow added a third after the break, but those two penalty tries, both given for collapsed scrums and both converted by Walters, saw Tata home.
In division one west, home side Skewen made unbeaten leaders Tondu fight all the way before they claimed a 20-15 win.
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Tondu led 14-7 at half-time after Matthew Myatt had crossed for a try for the hosts, converted by fly-half Anthony Buselli.
The hosts hit back after the interval, Phil Hughes crossing and Buselli adding a penalty, but two Paul Smithson penalties took the game away from Skewen.
Cwmllynfell are second after a 14-11 victory at Glynneath, though they needed two penalties by Peter Thomas in the last five minutes to seal the win.
Glynneath led 8-5 at half-time after a try by hooker Craig Tennant and a penalty by scrum-half Rhodri Cole to a try by Cwmllynfell fly-half Craig Jones.
Cole added a penalty in the second half but three Thomas penalties saw the visitors home safely.
Llangennech enjoyed the autumn sunshine as they ran in five tries in defeating Kidwelly 38-22.
Matthew Bowen and Matthew Lemon got two each, and Ryan Thomas also scored.
Kidwelly scored three tries of their own via full-back Dafydd Lewis, Aled Warren and wing Gareth Rees.
Waunarlwydd had a late penalty by scrum-half Lee Evans to thank for a 21-20 win at Carmarthen Athletic.
Waun were trailing 20-8 early in the second half but clawed their way back to 20-18 before Evans's late shot at goal took the spoils.
Full-back Andrew Rees-Spowart and wing Alan Pope crossed for the visitors and Evans kicked two penalties and a conversion in total. Josh Hammett also put over a penalty.
For the Athletic, wing Adam Davies (2) and scrum-half Ricky Richards crossed and full-back Rhys Jones put over a conversion and a penalty.
Loughor lost 29-16 at home to Kenfig Hill. Their only try of the match came from wing Joe Thompson, with Chris Banfield kicking three penalties and a conversion.
Tila Mafi and Matthew Davies crossed for the hosts, with Matthew Tossell kicking the rest of their points.
Bottom club Aberavon Quins' best performance of the season saw them unlucky to lose to a late penalty, 20-18 at home to Ammanford.
The Quins pack were dominant, led by the front row of Steve Evans, Jon Bamsey and Josh Pugh.
They were awarded a penalty try and winger Mike Parfitt crossed for a score. Joe Gallivant added a conversion and two penalties. The Quins led 15-10 at half-time.
For Ammanford, flanker Dylan Morgan and replacement full-back Chris Moore scored tries, and Carwyn Richards also landed one conversion and a penalty and Moore a conversion and the late match-winning penalty.