Division One West: Kidwelly 20-24 Tenby United

A late try from Jordan Asparassa ensured Tenby United ended a tough campaign on a real high in Kidwelly.

Having lost all their 21 games before this, it seemed a case of same old story for the Seasiders as they trailed 20-17 with nine minutes left - but they managed to break out of defence and it was flanker Andrew Cooke who slipped the scoring pass to the centre as he sped over from long range.

The visitors started well as Lloyd Thomas landed a penalty and the No 10 also converted after full back Jack Tucker had gone over out wide.

Jonathan Williams did get a try for Kidwelly that James Owen converted but Tenby extended their lead when second row Tom Barrass capped a promising season by taking an off load from Cooke to cross over. Thomas converted.

But despite turning around with the wind behind them and a 17-7 lead, Tenby were under the cosh for much of the second half.

Kidwelly, who have also been relegated, stormed back into a 20-17 lead with tries from Alan Squires and Josh Evans and a penalty from Owen.

And then came that Asparassa try and after repelling heavy pressure at the death, the Seasiders could celebrate a win at long last.

It meant some kind of reward for head coach Gareth Thomas, who stepped up to take the job when the club was struggling last summer, and his assistant Jonathan Evans said "It's nice we can sign off on a win and take something positive into the summer."

Tenby United: Jack Tucker, Jerome Mansbridge, Jordan Asparassa, Moritz Neumann, Ryan Hill, Lloyd Thomas, Shane Rossiter, Rob Clarke, Dan Allen, Ethan Morgan, Luke Dedman, Tom Barrass, Andrew Cooke, Jason Ronowitz, Jack Broadhurst. Replacements: Harry Bolton, Connor Ennis, Ryan Jones, Huw Evans, Wyndham Williams.