Crymych turned on the style and moved into fourth in League 1 West with a 30-0 win over relegation-haunted Kidwelly on their opponents’ own Parc Stephens stamping ground.

The corresponding fixture at Parc Lloyd Thomas in north Pembrokeshire earlier in the season was postponed and has been re-arranged on Saturday, April 20.

Concentrating on the end of season run-in the Preselimen are on course for the runners-up spot behind champions-elect Felinfoel.

On their latest outing it was plain sailing from the word go as fullback Alun Jenkins and scrum-half Dafydd Phillips went in for tries in double quick time, the latter score converted by impressive outside half Hari Williams who also landed a penalty to give his side a commanding advantage after 40 minutes.

As the north Pembrokeshire high-flyers ruled the roost, strong-running centre Gethin Gibby and winger Tomos Lewis added to the try count for a bonus point win.

Newcastle Emlyn were without a fixture in the Championship while the League 3 West A game between Cardigan and Pembroke Dock Quins was postponed on Friday when Quins were unable to raise a team.