LLANELLI and Llandovery are both through to the second round of the WRU National Cup after they secured first round victories on Saturday (Jan 5).
Llandovery eased through to the second round as they scored a century of points against Championship side Beddau.
The Drovers scored 16 tries and 12 conversions with Corey Baldwin scoring four of those tries.
Kristian Jones also scored two tries and had all twelve conversions for a personal points haul of 34.
There were also braces for Joseff Powell and Carwyn Evans. Dino Dallavalle, Lewis Ellis-Jones, Lee Rees, Rhodri Jones and replacement Llew Smith also crossed the whitewash as the home side sealed a 104-0 victory.
Llanelli also went through after also beating Championship side Ystrad Rhondda 18-32.
Taylor Davies was first on the scoresheet for Llanelli and Ashley Sutton then added a penalty. Kalum Evans and Thomas Rogers then scored tries for the visitors while Sutton converted the second of the two.
Gareth George also scored while Rogers grabbed his second try to which Sutton added the extras to seal the win.
Carmarthen Quins were agonisingly knocked out of the first round after a late Rhys Jones penalty gave Ebbw Vale a 19-20 victory.
Aled Thomas scored an early penalty for the Quins to level things up but the Vale took the lead only for Osian Knott to score a try to which Thomas added the extras to level the game at 10-10.
The Vale took the lead again but a Thomas penalty on the stroke of half time kept them in it at 13-17.
Thomas then kicked two second half penalties to put the Quins ahead and it looked as if they would go through but Jones had other ideas as his penalty won it for the Vale.
Newcastle Emlyn bowed out of the competition as they were beaten 21-36 by Premiership strugglers Bargoed.
The Emlyn were very much in the game at half time with the score at 21-22 in favour of Bargoed but they took control in the second half to seal their passage.
The draw for the second round was made on Tuesday (Jan 8) and it saw Llanelli drawn away to fellow Premiership side Pontypridd.
Llandovery were given a home tie against Trebanos who saw off Maesteg Quins in the first round.
Those ties will be played on the weekend of January 26, but before that all sides return to Premiership action on Saturday (Jan 12).
The Quins face Bargoed looking to respond to their Cup defeat while Llandovery are at home to Bedwas and Llanelli are away to Merthyr.