Trebanos turn it on in the second half
PROMOTED Trebanos notched up their second win in two games in division two west with a 61-15 victory at winless Aberavon Quins. Amazingly, it was 15-15 at the interval.
Trebanos scored 10 tries in all, two each by wing Dan Doherty, flanker Rhodri Williams and centre Steff Lewis. Wing Andrew Penhale, prop Alun Dew, and skipper and hooker Rhys Thomas also crossed, and Trebanos were awarded a penalty try. Fly-half Sean Hamer converted four of them and also kicked a penalty.
Amman United won 41-22 at home to Seven Sisters, fighting back from a 12-3 deficit at half-time. Daniel Challenger and Dan Short scored first-half tries for Seven.
Amman's pack earned a penalty try. Adrian Thomas converted, and Amman took the lead when Dean Williams's break took him clean through to score.
Seven levelled, but Amman wing Stuart Herbert went over, and they grabbed a bonus point when lock Chris Rees's run allowed Rob James to claim a deserved try. Matthew Wrigley crashed over, and though Seven had a consolation try, Amman's Alun Lewis crossed, Gavin Lewis converting.
Dunvant were left hanging on for grim death at home to Skewen after squandering a 10-0 half-time advantage.
A scrappy game finished 10-10 after the hosts enjoyed a better first half, during which Skewen had two men yellow-carded, and the visitors had the upper hand after the break, when Dunvant had three men in the bin at various times.
Lock Gareth Cadmore scored the Broadacre men's try, with fly-half Richard Lewis kicking a conversion and a penalty. Skipper and hooker Rhys Jenkins touched down for Skewen, with scrum-half James Ball converting and landing a penalty.
Felinfoel won 32-25 at Mumbles, while Maesteg won 25-6 at home to Aberystwyth, and Maesteg Quins, now joint top with Trebanos and Amman United, triumphed 29-10 at Newcastle Emlyn.