Llandovery kept up the pressure on Indigo Premiership leaders Cardiff with a 28-13 victory over bottom side Bridgend.
Kristian Jones, a multi-talented player at 10, 12, 13 or 15, made his 100th appearance in front of the passionate fans at Church Bank. With just one loss in eight games so far this season, the Drovers will be looking to keep up their great start to the season when they visit Swansea on 10th December.
Ebbw Vale remain in the top half of the table with a comprehensive 38-7 victory over Carmarthen Quins at Eugene Cross Park. Heading into half time with a 19-0 lead, head coach Jason Strange was thrilled to see his side run in six tries.
Pontypridd couldn’t make it a trio of victories for Scimitar sides in the Welsh Premiership as they slid to a 33-16 defeat at Newport. Heading into half time at 17-13 behind, Pontypridd lost the scrappy battles midway through the second half which would see Newport benefit from a Ponty yellow to seal the victory.
After a week’s break, all three sides pick up their Premiership Cup campaign looking to progress through the group stages.
There were no games in Nat 2 North for the Rotherham Titans this week following the departure of head coach Adam Byron. Four defeats in the opening ten games has left Rotherham thirteen points off the joint leaders of Sedgley Park and Fylde.
A break was also enjoyed by our community clubs, with Barkers Butts and Chipstead both having a week off before entertaining Ledbury and Old Rutlishians respectively.
Worcester RFC were also not in action this week, but will be looking forward to welcoming local rivals Malvern to Offerton Lane on Saturday (26th November).