Division Two (West): Pembroke 58-8 Tumble

Crickmarren was another surface to hold up despite the effect of Storm Callum yesterday, and Pembroke made the efforts to get the game on more than worthwhile as they romped to a third win of the season.

The Scarlets responded to back to back league defeats by scoring three tries to lead 26-3 at the interval and although Tumble grabbed a late consolation try, they were unable to stop Pembroke running in another six tries, leaving home coach Geraint Lewis to hail his side's best display of the season so far.

The Scarlets were quickly on top as and centre Dan Colley went over after being set up by Rhys Cadogan, the try converted by Toby Smith.

But then indiscipline cost Pembroke three points as dissent offered Steff Butts a simple penalty, and he duly landed it in the swirling winds.

But soon the home side's power told and No 8 Sam Smith put over second row Dom Colman for a try out wide, which skipper Smith did well to convert.

Flanker Cyle Weatherall was denied a try as he was given a poor pass when perfectly placed – but Jordan Gwilliam, who worked really well alongside Alex Thomas, helped set up Sam Smith to score and Toby added the extras.

Toby Smith also started the second half scoring from a drop goal and then Colman claimed his second try after good interplay between him, Sam Smith and Kaijaks led to him powering 40 metres up the right touchline.

Then Tom Lewis, who came on for Cadogan at No 9, scored two tries in quick succession and Fraser James, who switched from wing to centre, took a flat Colley pass and reached the line for Toby Smith to again slot the conversion.

Tumble did notch a late  try from outside half Steff Butts but even then The Scarlets had the final word when good interpassing amongst forwards and backs allowed Toby Smith to round off a long-range attack, as Pembroke took full advantage of others not playing to move fourth in the table.

Pembroke: Luke Hartland, Barry Alderman-John (Simon Stanford), Dan Colley, Toby Smith (Capt), Fraser James, James Davies, Rhys Cadogan (Tom Lewis), Jonny Palmer, Seamus Wiseman (Jim Brace), Jamie Kaijaks: Dom Colman (Scott Powell), Cyle Weatherall (Will Edwards), Alex Thomas, Jordan Gwilliam, Sam Smith.