Division One West: Tenby United 10-25 Aberystwyth

It was 10-10 at half time at Heywood Lane before Aberystwyth turned in a strong second half display to leave Tenby United still waiting for a first league win.

Aber went 5-0 up early through winger Ian Ellis, but The Seasiders hit back in style as centre Moritz Neumann burst through several tackles to score from long range and Lloyd Thomas converted.

The latter also added a penalty but Aber, who arrived seeking a first away win all season, added a second unconverted score from full back Llyr Thomas.

And the away side took control after the break with three more tries, with veteran second row and captain Arwel Lloyd crashing over before centres Dylan Evans and Matthew Hughes both exploited a tiring midfield defence to score.

At least Tenby, for whom Shane Rossiter impressed in his first start at scrum half, had the final word though as from a close range lineout the ball went wide and replacement Billy Truman gave the scoring pass to winger Jack Tucker.

And it was significant debut for Truman, as he became the fourth generation of his family to play for the club after Les Truman (1947-1957), Michael Truman (1964-1983) and Neil Truman (1985-2005).

Tenby United: Aaron James, Ashley Murdoch, Ben Pugh, Moritz Neumann, Jack Tucker, Lloyd Thomas, Shane Rossiter, Ethan Morgan, Dan Allen, Rob Luly, Huw Evans, Tom Barrass, Luke Dedman (capt), Mike Davis, Jack Broadhurst. Replacements: Rob Clark, Jack Davies, Wyndham Williams, Charlie Patching, Billy Truman.