Llangwm were already 33-5 adrift at half time against Bynea and although they managed two very good secondhalf tries to the opposition’s one score they were never going to be in the race for the precious league points.
Bynea played well as the Wasps took time to shake off their long bus trip and had tries by Mark Davies, Rhys Gingell, Jack Morgans and Jonathan Cronin (2) alongside four conversions by right winger Cronin.
All the Wasps could muster was an excellent try by Ashley Jack after good work by flankers Ian Griffiths and James Lewis allowed No 8 Jack to speed up the touchline and cross for an unconverted score.
Bynea added their sixth try in the second period as Simon Jones claimed a try which Cronin converted to bring Cronin’s personal haul to 20 points but Llangwm had a very good try by Adam James, away from his regular front row berth and doing well at centre, plus an interception try after a 50-metre dash from winger Sean Ace.
Both were converted by Andrew Brock but the Wasps were unable to secure a bonus point from scoring four tries and coach Jeremy Brock was understandably disappointed by that fact following so much hard work after the interval.