WRU Women's Premiership: Whitland Ladies 51-5 Gwernyfed

The Borderettes completed a league double against an under strength Gwernyfed team at Parc Dr Owen on Sunday.

With Scarlets winger Brittony Price on the wing the home side looked to get the ball wide at every opportunity, and her pace was too much for the Gwernyfed defence as she outstripped the defence for the first of her four tries.

Marged Williams was next to score, benefiting from another searing break from Price and taking an inside pass - and the next two came from 'route one' with back rowers Amy Morgan, Jenny Hawkins both crossing.

Then centre Natalie Walsh went under the posts following a neat switch in play from young outside half Meg Davies - with two of the first half tries converted by debutant full back Kirsty Field.

The second half saw more of the same from the Borderettes as Hawkins completed her try hat trick with both scores coming from long range.

Not to be outdone Price, crossed for a further three tries as the visiting defence tired, with Field adding one more conversion.

To their credit Gwernyfed never threw in the towel and scored the last try of the game through prop Katy Priddle, who had carried well all game. 

Division 1:

Bonymaen Ladies 55-5 Haverfordwest Ladies

Haverfordwest Ladies remain rooted to the bottom of WRU’s Division 1 table after a heavy loss away to leaders Bonymaen.

The Blues headed to Swansea with a bare 15 players and were dealt a blow in the first five minutes when second row Jana Neumann had to leave the field with a shoulder injury.

Bonymaen played with the howling winds in the first half and built a four try lead at the break, with Haverfordwest struggling to get out of their own half.

But the Blues hit back after the break when Awen Prysor finished off a spell of pressure, but she would soon join Neumann in the stands after taking a blow to the nose.

A well-drilled Bonymaen were then able to run in late tries to end any hopes of a comeback, but to their credit Haverfordwest battled to the end with prop Claire Lawrence impressing on her debut.

Haverfordwest are one point below Ynyssdu but have a game in hand over their relegation rivals.

They welcome Burry Port to Pembroke Road on Sunday.

Haverfordwest: Ceri Coleman-Phillips, Joanne Bolland, Nina Bishop-Colville, Amber Starr-Palmer, Evelyn Coleman; Delyth Foster, Emily Banner; Katy Lewis, Hayley May Thomas, Claire Lawrence, Jana Neumann, Ali Hopson-Griffiths (capt), Emily Carrington, Jessica Durham, Awen Prysor.