Division Three West A: Pembroke Dock Harlequins 64-5 St Davids

Full back Aaron Treweeks grabbed a hat trick as Pembroke Dock Harlequins continued their perfect start to the season against St Davids.

But the win was tempered by a hamstring injury to in-form centre Jordan Asparassa, while the Saints could hold their heads high after again travelling depleted but competing well for much of the 80 minutes.

Treweeks crossed for the first try that Ben Hathaway converted, and after just three minutes it was 12-0 as Asparassa also went over.

Will Nicol touched down for try number three before Treweeks got his second, again goaled by Hathaway – before Asparassa limped off and coach Neil Machin will be sweating on his fitness for the weeks ahead.

Back came the Saints though and the Quins were forced to repel a series of scrums by their own line late in the half - but early in the second period No 10 Dylan Walsh forced his way over for a deserved score.

Inevitably perhaps, the Quins ran in the tries late on though against a tiring defence, with Treweeks again, Mark Van Rhun, Liam Smith (2), Jack Price and Gethin Bradney all going over.

Hathaway added five more conversions to round off comprehensive win, but St Davids player coach Gethin Bateman again had reason to be positive after his side refused to cave in.