Last-gasp touchdown settles city derby
DUNVANT snatched victory from the jaws of defeat in the city derby at Underhill Park in division two west.
Mumbles had edged into a 15-3 lead in the second half, but Dunvant clawed their way back into contention and then grabbed the win with a try and conversion in the last move of the match.
Centre Gareth Kirk and wing Matt Flynn scored Mumbles' tries and scrum-half Ed Batcup landed a penalty and a conversion.
Hooker Ceri Davies crossed for Dunvant and his brother, centre Danny, got the vital injury-time try. Fly-half Richard Lewis converted both tries and put over a penalty.
The hard ground suited Amman United's expansive attacking style, and even without the enterprise of regular full-back Gavin Lewis they beat visiting Aberavon Quins 48-5 to stay second.
They ran in seven tries against the division's bottom side via wing Johnny Bevan, scrum-half Ryan Williams, hooker Doug Jenkins, full-back Joel Foster, plus a penalty try, and wing Dean Williams crossed for two tries, one of which was a real cracker. Adrian Thomas slotted over five conversions and one penalty.
Maesteg Quins top the table with a 100 per cent record. They won 27-14 at Aberystwyth.
Trebanos were pipped 14-13 at Maesteg, Skewen beat visitors Newcastle Emlyn 35-25 and Felinfoel rattled up a 48-28 success at home to Seven Sisters.