Division One West: Whitland 24-14 Felinfoel 

It was a big display from Whitland at Parc Llywn Ty Gwyn as they turned over runaway leaders Felinfoel.

The Borderers outscored the Llanelli side by three tries to one to win 24-14 and leave coach Gareth Bennett more than satisfied.

“The first half especially was back and for against a very tough Felinfoel side,” he said.

“But it was a great squad effort and all the replacements made a big impact. I'm very happy with the result."

It didn’t start well for the home side as Foel winger Dan Thomas broke a tackle on half way and made it to the corner to score.

Whitland soon responded though as a prolonged spell of possession was rounded off with winger Sean Coles going over and Nico Setaro converted.

The lead was extended further when No 9 Adam Davies sniped off the back of a maul to score from 22 metres out and Setaro landed a touchline conversion – and then he and opposite number Aled Roberts exchanged penalties to leave Whitland 17-8 up at half time.

Felinfoel edged their way back into it second half though as Roberts kicked two penalties, the second of which after a yellow card to home skipper Marc Jones, to cut the deficit to three points.

But with the Buirds brothers Scott and Jimmy again impressing and Tom Finucane adding real impetus off the bench, Whitland sealed a terrific win when centre Gino Setaro broke free in midfield and made it to the line despite a last ditch tap tackle and cousin Nico converted.

Whitland: Dan Evans, Scott Lloyd, Gino Setaro, Josh Thomas, Sean Coles, Nico Setaro, Adam Davies, Aaron Mayne, Marc Jones, Jimmy Buirds, Dai Ebsworth, Courtney Bowman, Jack Mason, Ryan Morgan, Scott Buirds. Replacements: Gethin Lewis, Tom Finucane, Ben Kirk, James Thomas, Scott Candler.