Division Two West: Nantgaredig 33-13 Milford Haven

It was a disjointed display from Milford Haven as they were well beaten in Nantgaredig - but there were at least positives for The Mariners in the form of debuts for 18-year-olds James Williams and Dylan Evans.

The Mariners trailed 10-3 early on after home second row Carywn Davies went over and winger Lloyd Williams added the conversion, and then exchanged penalties with opposite number James Trueman.

But Milford then got right back in it as centre Dan Jenkins broke through in midfield and off loaded to Steve Martin, and the full back did the rest with a strong finish in the corner.

The Mariners failed to build on that though, and were second best at the set piece whilst also guilty of too many unforced errors in possession.

Sure enough, Nant made them pay as Williams added two more penalties and centre Rhys Schiavone crossed for a try to make it 21-8 half time.

Thomas Marks' team tightened their grip in the second period with Williams adding a try to his points tally, as well as the extras to both that score and a try from flanker Jack Beynon.

Milford did at least finish well with second row Zac Davies their stand out performer, and after youngsters Evans and Williams entered the fray at flanker and winger respectively, it was the latter who showed good footwork to go over in the corner.

Overall it was a deserved bonus point win for Nantgaredig though, while The Mariners must now bounce back in two weeks in a big local derby with Tenby at The Obs.

Milford Haven: Steve Martin, Lee Riley, Dan Jenkins, Dan Birch (capt), James Trueman, George Evans, Danny McClelland, Mike Cockburn, Luke Ryan, Adam Rees, Bradley Cooper, Zac Davies, Zac France-Miller, Ryan Mansell, Sam Dolling. Replacements: Dylan Evans, Ben Kirk, Ben Jenkins, James Williams, Jay Goodall.