NARBERTH were helped in their victory over Trebanos when a moment of madness by one of Trebanos’ second row saw the player sent off for a shoulder charge to the head just before half-time.

Trebanos fought well but any sport - especially rugby - is hard to play a man down. Narberth wore their opponents down in the end, with tries from Tom Kaijaks, Richie Rees and two from the departing Dafydd Pritchard ensuring victory.

In the WRU Plate, Tenby were the big scorers running over four tries including by young Jack Byrne.

Tenby beat Milford Haven 31-12 with outside half Lloyd Thomas scoring 16 points.

Milford responded through tries from Ryan Mansell and Steve Martin, with one converted by James Trueman.

Fishguard and Goodwick came away with a close run victory at Whitland.

One try score was the difference between the two sides with flanker Lewis Davies giving the visitors the lead 5-3 at the half.

Davies got a second try to take the away side’s lead to 15 with a conversion and penalty scored. Whitland’s Trystan Jones responded late on.

Aberystwyth beat Crymych 19-11 with Carwyn Evans, Jack Jones and Matthew Hughes getting the tries for the home side and Laurence Headlam scoring for the visitors either side of two Gavin Thomas penalties.

In the WRU Bowl there were points galore between Haverfordwest and St Davids.

The crowd got to marvel over the 59 point extravaganza with the Blues running out victors.

It says a lot about St Davids’ performance that they were down 26-6 at the half, but stormed back to take the second half 17-10, the final score closing at 36-23.

Haverfordwest scored four tries in the first half to the Saints’ two penalties but the Saints didn’t give up and got over the whitewash three times in the second period.

Blues’ centre Josh Thomas got two tries. For the Saints, having raised the tempo, Harvey Godkin, Gabe York and Zac Morgan all got on the scoresheet, Gethin Bateman’s men outscoring the Blues three tries to two in the second half.

Neyland and Cardigan both broke the forty point mark against their respective opponents.

Centre George Williams scored a hat-trick of tries as Neyland ran out 45-17 against Pembroke Dock Harlequins.

The All Blacks led 12-7 then powered through with a further 33 points to put Quins to the sword.

Full back Patrick Bellerby got two tries while Harry Owen and Jamie Topp responded for the Quins.

Llangwm’s Callum Jenkins has made a great start to his amateur rugby career with two tries in two matches of senior rugby, but this was very much a baptism of fire as Cardigan scored seven tries, four converted, to beat Llangwm 43-12.

Llyr Jones made the conversions as well as scoring.