Bridgend Blue Bulls remain top of the South Wales men’s league with a one hundred per cent record after their 38-10 victory at Cardiff Blue Dragons last Saturday.

Ieuan Ace lived up to his name, as he was the star of the show, scoring a hat-trick of tries. Llewellyn Hawkes, Stuart Robson and Joe Williams also added scores, with Corey Harris kicking four goals and Gareth Howells one. Cardiff replied through tries from Evan Watson and Richard Rees, with Nathan Tucker converting once. Cardiff host Black Dragons this Saturday in the first-ever meeting between the two clubs.

Bridgend will need to be on top of their game next week when they host Rhondda Outlaws. The Glyncoch-based side had a 48-30 win at home to Aberavon Fighting Irish last weekend, with former Wales international Steve Parry starring on his debut and scoring four tries. Rhodri Garland, Sean Roberts, Ieaun Griffiths, Max Hendy and Harry Edwards also grounded, with Ben Pinnock kicking three goals, Chris Harris two and Alex Langworthy one.

Jack Dacey and Scott Whitlock both scored twice for Aberavon with Owen Evans and Jack Davies going over once. Isaac Morgan kicked three goals. This Friday evening, Aber Valley Wolves host Aberavon which is another first meeting between two Welsh clubs at men’s level.

Last week in the Clec’s Media North Wales League, Flintshire Falcons beat Marchogion Môn Knights 28-18 with Aidyn Jones leading the way for the Falcons scoring a brace of tries. Billy Forrester kicked three goals and Cameron Long once. Raymond Lear, Iestyn Milburn, Stephen Lay and Will Lynch went over for the Knights with John Evans kicking a goal.

This weekend’s fixture sees Conwy Celts host the Knights at Llandudno RFC.

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