Division Three West A: Neyland 39-7 Llangwm

THE All Blacks will go to The Obs to play arch rivals Milford on the back of three straight wins after seeing off a stubborn Llangwm side at the Athletic Ground.

The Sutton Cup was already in the bag after a 79-3 success at Pill Parks earlier in the season, but they added another bonus point win here to remain second in the table.

The home side were 10-0 up early on as full back Patrick Bellerby, like so often this season, cut through to score and No 10 George Evans converted before landing a penalty.

The dominance continued thanks to an interception try from new centre Jack Partridge which Evans goaled, before winger Delme Bateman and Bellerby again also crossed to make it 27-0 half time.

The Wasps dug in second half though as No 8 Josh Hicks took a pop pass from scrum half Ian Griffiths and finished powerfully, Louis Murphy adding the extras.

But The All Blacks did add two more tries to seal the win, winger Henry McBeth going over for Evans to convert and then Bateman added his second.

“We played well first half against the slope and wind,” said Neyland assistant coach Steve Evans.

“Saturday will be big for us but we just have to concentrate on giving our all and doing ourselves justice.”

Milford won 21-15 in Neyland back in October, and large numbers of support from both clubs will be expected again this time around with the All Blacks looking to end a long wait for a league derby win.

Neyland: Patrick Bellerby, Henry McBeth, Jack Partridge, Alex Codd, Delme Bateman, George Evans, Jack Richards, Craig Power, Gavin Campbell, Luke Griffiths-Dawes, Mark James, Nathan Banner, Owain Evans, Iestyn Evans, Ben Williams. Replacements: Sam Cataki, Richard Jones.

Llangwm: Ewan Griffiths, Dan Morgan, Yale Grice, James Lewis, Matthew Lewis, Louis Murphy, Ian Griffiths, Ieuan Power, Gethin Thomas, Dan Hughes, Dan Chesmer, Gavin Jones, James Lewis, Rhys Thomas, Josh Hicks.