Women's rugby round up:

Premier League:

Burry Port 22-55 Whitland 

Whitland Ladies turned in a super second half display to turn a 22-12 half time lead into an eventual 55-22 win at Burry Port.

The Borderettes had tries from Mabli Davies (2), Megan Davies 3), Marged Williams (3), and Rosie Davies - which Rachel Norris landed five conversions.

Ceulyn and Rosie Davies were playing their first game since coming up from Under 18 level at Whitland and Carmarthen respectively - with Rosie also wining woman of the match from the supporters on the touch line. The award was presented by Ian Williams, of Riley Sports Photography.

South League:

Haverfordwest 80-0 Lampeter Town

Haverfordwest Ladies got the new season off to a flyer running in 12 tries against Lampeter.

The result counts for little after the WRU scrapped the standard women’s leagues for a new Merit Table for all non-Premiership clubs until 2020.

It sees the competitive element removed with points instead awarded for criteria such as fielding a full side and good discipline.

Responding to the disappointment of clubs however, All Wales Sport has picked up the ball and introduced its own table and trophy for those 24 teams.

With both teams playing 13-a-side there was plenty of room for pacey backs, and Scarlets’ electric scrum-half Rhian Swift flew past several defenders to touch down in the first 30 seconds, before going on to bag herself a first half hat-trick.

There were also tries for captain Emily Carrington, Jana Neumann, Holly Couzens, Delyth Foster, Ceri Coleman-Phillips and flying youngsters Anna Ridge (2) and Mali Thomas.

Scarlets second-row Awen Prysor, currently training with Wales’ extended Autumn squad with prop Sarah Lawrence, also got her name on the scoresheet with a try from her own 10 metre line.

The highlight came from prop Katy Lewis whose barnstorming run from a kick off set up the try of the game, earning applause from both sets of players.

Couzens, assuming vice-captain duties this year, enjoyed a successful afternoon from the tee, kicking 10 of 12 conversions.

The Blues are keen to recruit new players and a coach. Training is at Haverfordwest rugby club at 7pm on Thursdays.

Tondu 12-36 Pembroke Panthers

In the same league, it was a great start for Pembroke with an away win against Tondu.

Playing their first game since entering the WRU system, Fi Griffiths, Isabelle Dufresnoy, Faye Stratford, Lauren Morgan and Pearl Van Ellis were among the Pembroke try scorers en route to winning 36-12.