Tenby United 6-24 Felinfoel

It was top against bottom at Heywood Lane but Tenby United turned in a fully committed display and made life difficult for runaway leaders Felinfoel.

It looked like a long day was in store for the Seasiders but they kicked off with a strong wind behind them and led 6-3 at the break with second row Tom Barrass and No 8 Jack Broadhurst both impressing, as did Dan Thomas at No 9.

They were ahead thanks to two penalties from No 10 Lloyd Thomas - while opposite number Aled Roberts landed one for the visitors.

And it stayed that way until 15 minutes into the second period but eventually the superior set piece play of the away pack told - and a penalty try put Mike King's team 10-7 up.

Tenby were dogged though and didn't cave with centre Shane Rossiter one to stand out in defence, but in the latter stages two driving mauls produced tries for away hooker Rhys Evans and replacement James Woods, both of which Roberts converted as The Foel went 15 points clear at the top of the table.

Tenby still await a first league win it was still a good day for the home club. The squad were missing eight young players who had appeared in recent games as they represented the youth team in the WRU Bowl quarter final in Llanishen, a game the Young Seasiders won 17-16.

Jonathan Evans (Tenby assistant coach): "We can't fault the boys one bit. We had a much changed side but spoke beforehand about putting in an 80 minute performance and the boys delivered.

"It was a great defensive shift with much improved line speed and tackle count."

Mike King (Felinfoel coach): "It maybe wasn't the best of games from us. We were missing players through injury and availability and dropped a lot of balls.

"But fair play Tenby were resilient and defended very well."

Tenby United: Jack Tucker, Connor Ennis, Shane Rossiter, Moritz Neumann, Jordan Asparassa, Lloyd Thomas, Dan Thomas, Huw Evans, Dan Allen, Ethan Morgan, Charlie Patching, Tom Barrass, Luke Dedman (capt), Mike Davis, Jack Broadhurst. Replacements: Jack Davies, Nicky Guymer, Rob Tuttle, Ashley Murdoch, Gwilym Owens.