THREE first half tries gave Pembroke a cracking win over Swansea Uplands.

The Scarlets leap-frogged their opponents into fourth spot in the section table.

The Scarlets had lost 34-19 at the Uplands but were soon into their rhythm as their pack played really well, with skipper Mark Boswell, Robin Weston, Luke Hansford, Steve Dyde and Jordan Gwilliam winning good loose ball.

The front three of Chris Phillips, Sean Beynon and Seamus Wiseman ensured a rock-solid scrum.

They deservedly led 15-0 at half time as No 8 Gwilliam opened their account with a push-over try and others came from a Phil Williams' interception and a cracking try by winger Sean Dalling.

After a number of phases and smooth passing Dalling rounded things off with a 30-metre dash to the line.

Geraint Jackson scored the fourth try for Pembroke and although Uplands had a try by No 8 Tom Turner, converted by Tom Pugh, it was too little too late as the Scarlets celebrated a deserved success.