THE race for the Division One West title looks set to go right to the wire with Crymych and Newcastle Emlyn having secured their promotion at the weekend.

Both sides were handed five points to confirm a top three finish this season after their scheduled visitors Penclawdd and Pembroke both failed to raise teams.

Still unbeaten Crymych will entertain rivals Emlyn in a crunch clash on Wednesday evening, before then travelling to face new league leaders Llangennech on Saturday.

Emlyn meanwhile travel to play Gowerton on Saturday, before the final round of matches on 13 May see Crymych host Llanelli Wanderers and Emlyn travel to Felinfoel.

Last weekend saw Llangennech consolidate top spot with a comfortable 47-0 win over Gowerton, and are two points clear of Crymych and five clear of Newcastle Emlyn.

In the other Division One West matches played at the weekend, Felinfoel were beaten 10-12 by Yr Hendy, and Gorseinon, who are fourth in the table, were 19-17 winners at home to Whitland.

Fishguard narrowly lost 35-36 to Kidwelly in Division Two West, despite tries from Cai Llewelyn (2), Ned Bennett, Jake Jenkins and Dan Evans. James Griffiths slotted all five conversions.

Leaders Pontarddulais won 16-18 against Tenby United, who scored tries through Gwion Jones and Cam Broadhurst, with Lloyd Thomas adding a conversion and two penalties.

In Division Three West A Cardigan won 36-13 at Neyland, with tries from Emyr Harries, Tom Taylor, Geraint Williams, Iwan John, Ollie Leeming and a penalty try, with Llyr Jones slotting two conversions. Ben Williams scored Neyland's try, with Ollie Rothero kicking a conversion and two penalties.

Haverfordwest beat St Davids 28-12 with tries from Will Blackburn, Jamie Zambas, Lewis Tingay and Johnny White, all converted by Owen Roberts. Rob Clarke and Charlie Lavin scored the Saints' tries, with Ollie Owen converting one.

Aberaeron wn 33-5 at Pembroke Dock with tries from Morgan Llewelyn (3), Bleddyn Thomas and Sean Evans, with four conversions from Rhodri Jenkins. Gethin Bradney scored a try for the Quins.

St Clears hammered Llangwm 88-0 with tries from Sion Williams, Dafydd Walters (3), Jack Green, Tom Williams, Alfie Montgomery, Jon Gosling (2), Jac Howells (2), Shane Morgan and Scott Newton (2), with conversions by Dan Griffiths (4) and Scott Newton (5).  

Results: Saturday, 29 April

Division One West: Felinfoel 10 Yr Hendy 12; Gorseinon 19 Whitland 17; Llangennech 47 Gowerton 0.

Division Two West: Burry Port 26 Loughor 24; Fishguard 35 Kidwelly 36; Pontarddulais 26 Tenby United 18; Tycroes 25 Carmarthen Athletic 31.

Division Three West A: Haverfordwest 28 St Davids 12; Neyland 13 Cardigan 36; Pembroke Dock Quins 5 Aberaeron 33; St Clears 88 Llangwm 0.