Ammanford put on a wonderful display of open attacking rugby against Pembroke Dock on a sunny day at the Recreation Ground.

Having again to make late changes, the home pack pegged Pembroke on their own 22, and after 15 minutes young winger Gary Stephens burst through for their first touchdown. The conversion was missed, but the tone was set for the day.

The next try came with the three quarters sending outside half Aled Parry over in the corner. With captain Mark Jones out injured, second rows Arwel Mathias and Dayton Hughes supplied plenty of quality lineout ball.

Player-coach Aled Griffiths, with fellow prop Gareth Phillips and hooker John Jones on permit from Llandybie, were giving the visitors a torrid time in the scrums, but halftime came with the visitors cutting the lead to 10-3 with a simple penalty.

From the restart a well rehearsed move saw blindside flanker Robert Petryshyn send centre Alan Rees sprinting over for the third try and again the conversion was missed. Within minutes another well worked move saw No8 Chris Jones cross for the fourth try to lead by 20-3.

Pembroke Dock were now being overrun and after a disallowed effort another brilliant threequarter move saw centre Alan Rees burst through and send full back Mathew Fisher away. His sidestep sent him clear for the fifth try, again unconverted.

From a scrum on halfway, scrum half Ioan Jones burst away on a brilliant run beating several tacklers to touch down under the posts. Aled Parry converted.

With 20 minutes to go coach Chris Morgan brought on youth players Mathew Lloyd and Leigh Evans. Within minutes outside half Lloyd made a lovely break and sent full back Evans away on a mazy 50m run to the try line, but a good cover tackle held the him up on the line.

From the resulting scrum open side flanker and youth captain Shaun Miles powered over the try line for the seventh try to lead 37-3.

Ammanford now have two home games left against Llanelli Wanderers and Llangefni.

Man of the match was centre Alan Rees, for his all round display of strong running and tackling.