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Lloyds Tsb National League Division 1 Round-up

Lloyds Tsb National League Division 1 Round-up

Aberavon moved back into third place behind Pontypool and Llandovery by jumping over Carmarthen Quins, whose match at Cross Keys was called off as the Quins had four players on fire service picket duty.

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The Wizards just held off a determined Bonymaen side by 26-20 on Sunday afternoon with both sides crossing for three tries, but fly half Jamie Davies added three penalties and a conversion to his try.

Pontypool stay ahead after Byron Hayward converted all his side’s eight tries and added in a penalty in Friday’s 59-11 win over Blackwood at Pontypool Park. Hayward has now become the third Welsh player to pass 2,000 league points.

Bedwas scored a resounding 60-25 win on Saturday morning against Narberth, who slipped to their seventh defeat. The home side ran in eight tries – 3 to wing Nathan Hill – while Naberth wing Nick Jones touched down two of their three tries.

Glamorgan Wanderers gained a 3-0 home win over Newbridge when full back Jason Pocock landed a second-half penalty, though Newbridge’s kicking ace Jason Williams missed the match with injury.

Llandovery retain second spot after scoring ten tries in a 63-5 beating of bottom-placed Treorchy with new signing Gareth Jones bagging 23 points and Neil Clapham crossing for three tries.

Worse news for Treorchy was that Rumney drew 26-all at Tondu thanks to a later try by Glyn Welsh, a former Tondu scrum half. It was the second by Welsh, while debutant wing Henry Amadife scored a try and Chris Day, loaned from UWIC, added three conversions.

Llanharan gained another useful win as they defeated Beddau 20-11 at the Dairy Field with Paul Morgan placing five penalty goals and Anthony Carter scoring the sole try.

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