Blaenau Gwent’s clash with Seven Sisters was called off as was the match between Pencoed and Caernarfon. Abergavenny’s encounter with Pen-y-banc and Nantyffyllon game with Bargoed were also cancelled due to the weather.
Pool C’s only match saw Haverfordwest gain a home victory over West Wales rivals Lampeter 17-7. Haverfordwest’s Nina Colville crossed the white wash twice with Sarah Partridge chipping in with another with Joanna Price adding a conversion. Lampeter’s try came from Charlotte Williams, converted by Claire Williams.
Kidwelly claimed their first win of the competition over Pool B rivals Maesteg Celtic. A brace of tries from full back Sian Peters with outside half Jodie Evans adding one along with three conversions gave Kidwelly a comfortable 21-0 win.
Gorseinon claimed a decisive victory over Penallta with a 50-0 win at home. Tries came from Angharad Roberts, Angharad Jones, Kate Davies, Anwen Harry, Amy Thomas and a brace from Elena Reed. Jadey Morgan contributed five conversions.
Barry Bombettes romped home to a 117-0 victory in the local derby with Sea View. Tries came from Kim Jones, Sarah Richards, Hannah Banister, Amy Smith, Bethan Fox, Anna O’neil and Kelly Binnie. Credit has to go to the ladies of Sea View as despite being out classed, they showed no signs of surrender and played right tough to the final whistle.
Pontyclun Falcons came away from Division 1 winners Whitland with a 17-0 win which moved them to the top of Pool A. Tries came from Chelsea Cashman, Siobhan Lewis and Gemma Hallett with outside half Brogan Jones adding two conversions.
The competitions’ first major upset came as a solitary try by Gwernyfed’s Katie Hughson was enough to beat Premiership champions Neath Athletic 5-0.