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Hill beat leaders and weather.

Byline: By Wales on Sunday

With some clubs poised to clinch promotion, yesterday's weather-affected programme proved to be a major disappointment.

The outstanding performance of the day belonged to Kenfig Hill, languishing in the lower half of Division Three South West. They claimed the scalp of unbeaten leaders Heol-y-Cyw 19-16. Thomas Maund ran in the vital try but top honours went to Mark Jones, who kicked 14 points.

Heol's unbeaten run of 13 games may have come to an end but they are still hot favourites for promotion.

In Three South East, only Llanishen of the top trio managed to play and they were rewarded with a narrow 16-14 win over lowly Pentyrch.

In Four South East, the weather was a frustration for Bedlinog who only needed a point to make sure of promotion from their scheduled match with Porth, but that was a victim of the weather.

Second-placed Aberdare have not thrown in the towel yet and went on the rampage, thrashing bottom club Cowbridge 45-7. Matthew Smith was the hero of the hour with four touchdowns.

Penarth, in third spot, kept their slim hopes alive by winning 21-11 at Barry.

In Division Four South West, BP won 18-11 at Ystalyfera, while Briton Ferry thumped Resolven 41-12, with Adam John top scorer as he totted up 16 points. Glynneath enjoyed an 18-8 victory at Llantwit Major.

In Five South East Rhiwbina celebrated their 17th straight win and gained promotion in style as they humbled Deri 60-3.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Wales On Sunday (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 4, 2007
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