Championship: Narberth 14-13 Beddau 

Narberth knew they would be given a big test by Beddau, having beaten them 20-17 on the first day of the season, and this return tussle was no less combative before The Otters sealed victory by a single point after trailing 10-6 at half time.

Sean Gale’s side had taken an early six-point lead through two penalties from Nick Gale but Beddau's line speed was excellent in defence and they stopped the home side building any momentum in attack.

And the visitors got the first try from a driving maul10 yards out, from which centre Hywel Chatham emerged with the ball - and he also added the extras as well as notching a penalty before the break.

Chatham also added a second half penalty but he was matched by Gale – and the home side upped their game in both defence and attack in the second period.

The visitors had two players sin binned before home prop Bradley Davies proved to be the unlikely Narberth try hero as he went over from close range to put his side ahead.

Gale missed the conversion but it mattered little because The Otters held on, with skipper Alex Jenkins and flanker Tom Powell outstanding defensively, and Jack Price again impressing after switching from the win back to centre.

"It was a tale of two halves," said Narberth team manager Chris James.

"To say the coaching group weren't happy half time was an understatement - but a few choice words seemed to hit home and the boys went out with a different attitude after that."

Narberth: Ianto Griffiths, Nick Gale, Kieron Jones, Jake Jenkins, Jack Price, Jonathan Rogers, Rhys Lane, Bradley Davies, Rhodri Owen, Tom Slater, Jame Simm, Alex Jenkins (capt), Rich Rees, Tom Powell, Steffan Phillips. Replacements: Kyle Hamer, Tom Kajaks, Ryan Bean, Andrew Cooke, Lewis Gibby.