It was a tough day in the Championship for Narberth at Pontypool, with The Otters losing 29-0 to the leaders. Pooler secured a four try bonus point in the process.

There was frustration for Crymych in Division One West, as their home game with Llanelli Wanderers was called off after the visitors claimed they were unhappy with the state of the home side's pitch.

But there was no such disruption for Tenby United, who ended a run of three straight league defeats by beating Aberystwyth 33-7.

The Seasiders had tries from Ashley Sutton, Yannick Parker, Johnny Morgan, Roy Osborne and Jordan Asparassa - with Sutton also landing four conversions.

In Division Two West, Fishguard went down 33-18 at unbeaten Hendy.

The Seagulls at least gave the home side a battle, with skipper Gavin Walsh and Tomos George crossing for tries, while Alun George added eight points with the boot.

In Division Three West A, a Thomas Doyle hat trick of tries led his side to a win at St Davids.

Hywel Baker and Josh Norman also crossed and Lewis Davies added two conversions as The Quins prevailed 29-10.

Ben Evans and James Atherton scored tries for the home team.

Pembroke bounced back to form with a 79-14 home hammering of Tregaron.

No 8 Sam Smith starred with four tries - while Scott Powell, Barry John, Toby Smith, Elliott Evans, Jordan Evans (2), Luke Hartland, Billy Wood, and Dom Colman also crossed.

Sean Dalling kicked seven conversions.

There was disappointment for Neyland as they were edged out 12-5 by Aberaeron at The Athletic Club.

Player coach Steve Martin crossed for his team, but the visitors had tries from Ollie Sayer and Aaron Lewis, plus a Rhodri Jenkins conversion, to seal the win.

Laugharne scored six tries to see off Llangwm.

Carwyn Jones, Ross Michael, Jack Morris, Aled Rees, Rhys Evans and a penalty try did the damage for The Cocklemen, with Owen Thomas and Tom Jameson (2) sharing three conversions.

Joseph Kiff kicked the only three points of the day for Llangwm.