Division One West: Whitland 15-0 Llanelli Wanderers

After their points-fest the week before it was a much harder, physical test for Whitland against Llanelli Wanderers but they came through it to end their season with a fifth straight league win, and they remain in second place although they may be overtaken by sides below them who have games in hand.

Home No 10 Nico Setaro landed an early three pointer and then a penalty try ensured the Borderers led 10-0 at the break after the Wanderers illegally halted a driving lineout.

The second half was equally tight and the only score came from Whitland centre Gino Setaro, who rounded off some good handling to score in the corner.

The Borderers did have to stave off some heavy pressure though, with hooker and man of the match Marc Jones outstanding as three times the visitors were held up over the line.

“It was niggly and physical but we dug deep,” said backs coach Dan Mason, and it was a good win to finish and now we look forward to the Pembrokeshire KO Cup final.”

For Mason, it was the final league match as coach after two good seasons with the first team, and Telegraph Sport wishes him well as he steps away to focus on work commitments.

Whitland: James Stephenson, Scott Lloyd, Gino Setaro, Josh Thomas, Jonathan Thomas, Nico Setaro, Josh Thomas, Aaron Mayne, Marc Jones, Simon Meakins, Raff Williams, Ben Kirk, Ryan Morgan, Danny Evans, Jack Mason. Replacements: Gethin Lewis, Jimmy Buirds, Tomos Evans, James Thomas, Adam Davies.