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In the championship cup second round the Otters were victorious over Rumney in a 24-10 win for Narberth. Four penalties from Jon Rogers proved vital for the hosts who progress to the next round.

Elsewhere in the second division cup there was a nail biting affair between two local outfits St Clears and Tenby. With the Seasiders coming out on top by just one point in a 24-23 win for the visitors. Tries from prop Hywel Baker and Max Brindley along with four penalties from Lloyd Thomas got Tenby over the line.

Meanwhile in the third division cup, Cardigan progressed to the next round beating Newtown 18-10. Thanks in large part to Shaun Leonard who kicked all 18 of the visitors points in what was difficult conditions in mid wales.

Haverfordwest were in league action in St Davids and won comfortably 31-6. The hosts only managing two penalties through the boot of Bob Froy. For the visitors tries from Jon Mason (2), Owain Roberts, Johnny White and a penalty try ensured they returned to town with maximum points as they maintain their 100% league record.

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29th June 2018 – August 24th 2018

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