Division Two West: Carmarthen Athletic 7-13 Tenby United

A try from Yannic Parker and eight vital points from the boot of Matty Morgan gave Tenby a great win in Carmarthen Athletic.

The Seasiders trailed early on but controlled matters for much of the afternoon, with head coach Jonathan Evans saying afterwards: “We did over 80 minutes what we have done in glimpses all season.”

This was despite conceding an early try when home No 10 Tom Gravell sniped over and centre Liam price converted, but the response was emphatic as Tenby flanker Andrew Cooke broke through and off loaded to winger Parker to score.

Outside half Morgan, playing his first game back after an injury lay off, converted and then five minutes before half time added a penalty.

The visitors enjoyed a lot of territory after half time as returning prop Geoff Martin and young full back Joe Owen both stood out, as did scrum half Ben Pugh who was playing his last game before a period travelling in New Zealand.

All The Seasiders had for their dominance was a second Morgan penalty but it was enough for an important win.

“We are a young side who has had a lot of narrow defeats, but we have got a bit of belief now,” said Evans.

“We had to juggle the side today but no one let us down.”