Division Three West A:
Neyland 36
Pembroke Dock Quins 15

IT was entertaining at the Athletic Ground on Saturday as Neyland scored five tries to see off a Quins team that managed three of their own.

The All Blacks got a fast start as player coach Steve Martin landed an early penalty, before adding the extras to a try from young flanker Iestyn Evans.

Another promising back rower in Scott Buirds extended the lead by powering over, Martin again converting to make it 17-0.

But Ossie Boswell’s men battled back with unconverted tries either side of half time, firstly through full back Liam Hargreaves-Gibson, before a brilliant team score as prop Jack Brown rounded off some great interplay between forwards and backs to crash over.

Any threat of a fightback was snuffed out though as former Quins player Adam Cawley broke from scrum half to score from close range, before the impressive Buirds went over again and Martin converted.

The points kept coming as the visitors claimed a third try through winger Jordan Palmer – but Neyland, for whom prop Iori Salter stood out alongside Buirds and Martin, had the final word when centre George Williams cut through a gap to score and Richard Jones converted.