Division One West: Tenby United 37-30 Carmarthen Athletic 

For the first time since the 2017/18 season home supporters at Heywood Lane were able to enjoy a win as Tenby United came through a thrilling game with Carmarthen Athletic.

The sides were locked at 17-17 half time, and at no point was the margin any more than seven points as the momentum swung back and fore throughout the 80 minutes.

For the Seasiders, young forward Max Brindley found himself out in the backline and it proved an inspired choice as he went over for two tries, and Tenby’s experienced back row also came good with flankers Luke Hansford and Alex Cooke touching down.

But the man of the match award went to young No 10 Harry Rossiter, who showed maturity beyond his years to control the game, convert all four tries, and kick three crucial penalties.

Athletic played their part though under new coach Michael King and scored three tries themselves through Liam Price, Dan Evans, and Tom Gravell, with the experienced Scott Maynard adding the extras to all three to go with three penalties of his own.

“There was very little between the sides,” Tenby coach Jonathan Evans told Telegraph Sport.

"But the boys are delighted and they deserve to be. We needed this”

Tenby United: Lloyd Thomas, Joe Owen, Ben Pugh, Max Brindley, Jack Tucker, Harry Rossiter, Matthew Morgan, Ethan Morgan, Jim Brace, Rob Luly, Tom Barrass, Luke Dedman (capt), Andrew Cooke, Luke Hansford, Jack Brown. Replacements: Jack Broadhurst, Wyndham Williams, Huw Evans, Dan Allen, Rob Clarke.