Crymych of League 1 West brought the curtain down on the season with an emphatic 59-14 win over relegated Kidwelly at Parc Lloyd Thomas.

During the campaign the Preselimen won 11 games and up until a few weeks ago held a chance of a top three finish, but inconsistency was their undoing as they had to be content with seventh in the table.

Crymych completed a double over the visitors from Carmarthenshire, having emerged 30-0 winners at Parc Stephens in January.

As the north Pembrokeshire men dominated virtually throughout Tom Powell, Mathew Freebury and Sion Colella bagged a brace of tries apiece and the other scorers were Chris Shousha and Tom Phillips with Harri Williams landing seven conversions.

The fate of Newcastle Emlyn in the WRU Championship will be decided this Saturday when the Red and Whites are involved in a crunch game against fellow strugglers Trebanos in the Swansea Valley.

Four clubs are relegated with Rhydyfelin and Newbridge already down and they will be joined by any two of Newcastle Emlyn, Trebanos, Beddau, Bedlinog and Maesteg Quins.

A gutsy showing in pulling off a 28-24 bonus point win over visitors Tata Steel seven days after another maximum haul of points in overcoming Maesteg Quins has given the Teifisiders renewed hope of staying up and a sizeable following is expected to cheer them on at the weekend.

Three weeks previously the visitors gained a 45-10 win over Emlyn in Port Talbot, but it was a different story on Saturday as the homesters ran in four tries and held on near the end to secure a vital win that could be hugely instrumental in avoiding the drop.

The four Emlyn tries came via winger Llyr Davies, centre Teifion Davies, No. 8 Gareth Thompson and lock Emrys Davies with winger Daniel Davies converting all four scores.

The club is organising a supporters bus for the game at Trebanos and anyone interested in travelling is asked to contact secretary Chris Jones.