CARDIGAN continued their excellent season on Saturday (Nov 25) as they beat Llangwm by 80 points to 7.
The win for the Cardis is their eighth from nine games so far and keeps them top of the League 3 West A table.
Llangwm gave their all throughout the match and were rewarded with a try from Seth Willington which was converted by Harry Makepeace.
Close behind the leaders are Aberaeron who beat Pembroke Dock Quins 30-17 at Bierspool.
The Quins gave their all though and were ahead at one point before the Ceredigion side hit back.
William James, Rhys Jones, Steff Jones Sion Evans all scored tries to earn their side a bonus point while Rhodri Jenkins added two conversions and two penalties.
St Davids continued their winning run, extending it to three games, on Saturday as they beat Llanybydder 52-12.
Owen Swain scored two tries for the Saints while others came from Ben Joyce, George Raymond, Luke Bamford, Rhys Price, Scott Candler and Zak Morgan.
Four conversions were scored by Aaron Foster and Ollie Owen added another two to seal an emphatic win which lifts them up to seventh place in the table.
The other game in the Division saw Laugharne beat Neyland 61-12.
Tom Jameson, Tyler Reynolds and Lennon Reynolds scored two tries each while others came from Thomas Waters, Liam Price and Jack Mason.
Nico Setaro added eight conversions as the home side proved too strong for the Pembrokeshire All-Blacks.
In League 2 West, Fishguard followed up their two-point win over Loughor the previous week with a three-point win over Carmarthen Athletic.
The win for the Seagulls was their fifth of the season and it moves them up to fifth place in the table.
Tenby secured their sixth win from as many starts on Saturday as they ran riot against Amman United.
Dan Colley scored five tries for the home side and Jack Brown also crossed twice.
Jake Roberts, Luke Hartland, Tom Lewis, Toby Smith and Geraint Powell all got their names on the scoresheet while Harry Rossiter added 19 points from the boot.
Milford Haven were beaten 38-29 by Tycroes while St Clears maintained their place at the top of the table with a 26-21 win away at Loughor.
In League 1 West, Whitland suffered a 64-11 defeat at the hands of Gorseinon.
Crymych earned their sixth win in the WRU Championship West on Saturday as they beat Dunvant 19-17.
Carwyn Phillips, Ifan Davis, Osian Davies all scored tries for the Pembrokeshire side while Ifan Davies added two conversions.
Narberth were also victorious as they beat Ystalyfera 57-5.
Tom Powell and Ilan Phillips both crossed twice while George Rossiter, Roy Osborn, Dean James and Geraint Llewellyn also got their names on the scoresheet.
Ianto Griffiths and Jonathan Rogers scored three conversions each to give the Otters their ninth win from as many games and to keep their side top of the table.