Penlan 0

Builth Wells 54

BUILTH Wells romped to their most convincing win of the season with an emphatic margin at lowly Penlan.

The Bulls never looked back after Ashley Mills gathered possession to stride over for an early try in Swansea.

Soon a powerful driving maul culminated in a try for Ben Pugh as the Bulls tightened their grip.

Builth soon began to showcase their training ground moves as the home side were torn apart by the Powys visitors fluid running and passing game in a one sided contest.

Builth began running the ball from wide and deep with some great offloading and interlinking.

Further tries from Lucas Evans, Aled Jones, Gethin Lewis, Alex Brown and Rhodri Jones gave Builth a commanding lead.

However the Bulls best try of the day was also their last with stalwart flanker Wayne Morris gathering possession in his own half before darting around two players and outpace the Penlan defence and cross under the posts.

At the time the County Times went to press the Bulls hit the road for the final time in the league this season with Cwmgors their destination with a visit from the same opposition on Saturday.

Coach Ben Duggan said: “It was good to bounce back from the defeat to Maesteg Celtic the previous week.

“We must look to build on our good end to the season and ensure we finish strongly and end as high up the table as we can.

“We have two big games this week and we will be looking to get something from both.”

BUILTH: T Davies, Pugh, Jerman, Bull, Oakley, Morris, Mills, Brown, Jenkinson, G Jones, Bagget, R Davies, Lewis, A Jones, T Davies. Reps - R Jones, J Davies, Samuel, G Davies, Bowen