COBRA remained on course for the Game On North Wales Women’s League title with a storming fightback and 17-14 win at home to Abergele on Sunday.

Abergele raced into an early lead with two converted tries and continued to dominated the early proceedings with the elements in their favour only for COBRA to weather the storm and hit back with a try from Ffion Williams after being released by Kirsty Walsh.

A further try from Fiona Moss ensured COBRA back in contention at the break.

The Meifod side led for the first time when Grace Hill crossed the whitewash with Williams adding the extras.

Both sides had spells of territory and possession but COBRA were not to be denied with back row Gemma Robinson outstanding in inspiring her side to hold firm for for glory.

Welshpool made the unenviable trip to deepest darkest Anglesey and returned from Holyhead 44-0 victors.

Disa Manuel and Jaya Whittingham each crossed for two tries each while Ellie Davies, Courtney Jones, Natalie Higgins and Hannah Ricketts also crossed the whitewash.

Davies and Whittingham completed a comfortable afternoon in Holyhead with a conversion each.