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League 3 West A: St Davids and Llangwm both earn wins

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ST DAVIDS and Llangwm were both victorious on Saturday (Apr 15) while top two Lampeter Town and St Clears continued their quest for promotion and the league title.

St Davids earned their seventh win of the season as they beat Pembroke Dock Quins 33-7 at Bierspool.

Zak Morgan, Tommy Reynolds, Nathan Foster, James Goldsmith and Bob Froy all scored tries as the Saints secured a bonus point and Adam Phillips added four conversions.

Llangwm secured their third win of the season on Saturday as they beat Llanybydder 25-19 at Pill Parks.

Phil Llewellyn scored under the posts for the Wasps after good work. Josh Richards also scored after picking the ball up and he went around the winger to touch down.

Llany enjoyed some good spells but on one occasion, Llangwm player coach Matt Hughes telegraphed the pass and he ran the length of the field to touch down.

Kieron Owens added two penalties and two conversions to complete the win for the home side.

Lampeter Town remain top of the table after they beat local rivals Aberaeron 25-21.

Guto Ebbsworth, Meirion Lloyd and Dougie Lewis all scored tries for Town while Osian Jones added two conversions, a penalty and a drop goal.

St Clears remain just a point behind them after they beat Cardigan 33-7. Rhodri Jones, Jonathan Gostling, Jac Howells, Liam Rogers and Tomos Williams all scored tries to seal a bonus point win for the Saints.

Daniel Griffiths added three conversions for the hosts.

The Saints have the opportunity to go top of the table tonight (Apr 19) as they travel to Bierspool to face Pembroke Dock Quins.

Saturday’s other game saw Neyland beaten 31-0 by Laugharne. Thomas Thomas scored two tries for the visitors and others came from Rhys Evans, Tomos Davies and Tom Jameson.

Jameson added four conversions to keep his side firmly in the mix for top spot in the division.

The win for Laugharne means they are now three points behind the Saints but they have played two games more than the top two.

Fixtures for Wednesday, April 19:
18:30 Pembroke Dock Quins v St Clears
19:30 Haverfordwest v Laugharne

Fixtures for Saturday, April 22:
Aberaeron v Neyland
Cardigan v Lampeter Town
Laugharne v Pembroke Dock Quins
Llangwm v Haverfordwest
Llanybydder v St Clears
St Davids v Tregaron