Trimsaran and Hendy both notch up half centuries
TRIMSARAN and Hendy both scored nine tries in their big wins in division four west.
Third-placed Trimsaran won 55-24 at home to Betws, centre Lee Bates leading the points-scoring with a personal haul of 25 made up of three tries and five conversions.
Trimsaran's other tries were scored by flankers Lee Thomas (2) and Mike Daniels, fly-half Lee Millon, wing Phil Griffiths and full-back Rhys Evans.
Fourth-placed Hendy won 59-3 at home to Neyland, flanker Geraint Davies and No. 8 Richard Kinnear getting try doubles.
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Centre Jamie Rees and his brother Nathan on the wing also crossed, as did fly-half Rob Richards, full-back Ellis Phillips and second row Ben Batcup.
The conversions were shared between Richards (4) and Nathan Rees (3).
Burry Port lost 27-13 at Laugharne. They trailed 10-3 at half-time.
Port's points came from fly-half Aneurin Evans with two penalties and the conversion of full-back Luke Morris's 50-metre interception try.
Amman United became the only side this season to win at Gorseinon, their 23-21 win extending their lead at the top of division three west to 11 points.
Amman trailed 16-13 at half-time but then went 20-16 in front early in the second half.
Gorseinon then nabbed a rolling maul try to regain the advantage, but with only two minutes left fly-half Adrian Thomas silenced the home crowd with a match-winning penalty.
Amman's points came from tries by centre Christian Madge and wing Dean Williams (2) and a conversion and two penalties by Thomas. Gorseinon's points came from tries by skipper and No. 8 Sean Haycock and flanker Kyran Craig plus three penalties and a conversion by centre Andrew Steel.
Llanelli Wanderers kept their promotion hopes alive with a 15-12 win at Cardigan, though they were grateful for Cardigan missing a penalty right in front of the posts with the last kick of the match.
Full-back Nick Gale landed five penalties for the fifth-placed Wanderers.
Third-placed Tenby United won 21-18 at Lampeter, Llandeilo waltzed to a 46-10 home win against Milford Haven.
Sixth-placed Pontarddulais lost heavily at second-placed Newcastle Emlyn 61-22, although Bont did earn a bonus point for scoring four tries via lock Jonathan Hire (2), captain and flanker Nick Hopkins and wing Dan Roberts. Fly-half Jonathan Lloyd converted one of them.
Gowerton inflicted more misery on bottom-but-one St Davids in division five west, running in 17 tries in a 103-0 victory, six in the first half and 11 after the break.
Flanker Jonny Rees led the way with four touchdowns, and there was also a hat-trick for lock Matthew Cherry and two scores each for wing Lewis Williams and skipper and No. 8 James Hedley.
Single tries went to scrum-half Bleddyn James, wings Liam Hedges and Luke Jones, lock Mark Dennis, prop Tom Gronow and full-back Callum McKenzie.
Josh Hamer landed nine conversions.
Second-placed New Dock Stars also ran up a big score in beating lowly St Clears 54-8.
They crossed for eight tries via hooker Keith Williams, lock Nima Samani, centre Rhodri Owen, wing Tom James, prop Meirion Thomas (2) and replacement wing Luke Edwards, and they were also awarded a penalty try.
Nick Davies converted seven of them.
Jonathan Cronin was Bynea's hero as his wide-angled penalty with the final kick of the game snatched a 27-26 win at Pontyates.
Cronin finished with 17 points via a try, two penalties and three conversions.
Bynea's other try-scorers were lock Andrew Lee, who ran in from halfway, and fly-half Robert Charles.
Pontyates had led 11-3 at half-time and 18-3 shortly into the second half.
Their three tries were scored by lock Emyr Williams and flankers Jamie Cooper and James Thomas, and fly-half Keiran Evans put over three penalties and a conversion.
Sixth-placed Cefneithin beat bottom club Llangwm 25-5, and Penygroes, who are eighth, went down 26-6 at Pembroke.