A fully-committed showing in a dour contest enabled Cardigan to spring a second successive victory when coming out on top 31-0 against Pembroke Dock Quins at Bierspool in the WRU Bowl District H1.

In a game littered with penalties and lacking flowing rugby the visitors did the job clinically, especially up front where they were superior in the lineouts and scrums.

Sion Phillips in the second row showed up in the tight and loose, and was the best forward on view, Kester Adams won an abundance of possession in the lineout, while the front row of Ben Hughes, Will Brice and Will Cox also impressed.

The Dock huffed and puffed but were second best in most phases and could have no complaints about the defeat.

Cardigan ran in five tries to claim a bonus point, the first coming from strong-running centre Emyr Harries and the same player settled his side at the start of the second half with his second score.

No. 8 and skipper Tom Taylor went over for a try in each half and scrum-half Callum James also got  on the scoresheet while Llyr Jones landed three conversions.

This weekend will see Cardigan travel to face St Davids in the WRU Bowl.

CRYMYCH eased to an emphatic 72-0  win over St Davids in the first round of the Pembrokeshire knockout.

A lot of promise was shown in the forwards by prop Jonathan Phillips, No 8 Osian Davies and youth second row Rhydian Howells, but the back line scored all 12 tries.

There were hat-tricks from left winger Declan Harries, inside centre Ilan Phillips and outside half William Hill, who took his personal tally to 27 points with six conversions.

There were also tries from outside centre Tomos Phillips, full back Adam Phillips and scrum half Ianto Davies to complete their points glut.

This weekend sees Crymych host Fishguard & Goodwick in the WRU Plate District H1, and in District G1 Newcastle Emlyn host Burry Port.