National League 3A West Central

Cwmgors – 49

Glais – 3

CWMGORS bounced back from a heavy defeat last week by dishing out a hammering of their own as they welcomed winless Glais.

Seven converted tries for the hosts handed them a 49-3 victory against bottom of the league Glais.

Gors’ established their advantage early, putting Glais under pressure from the first minute.

Paul Davies soon converted that pressure into points, seeing a gap and bursting through to score a try, which he converted himself.

The hosts increased their lead shortly after, this time it was Mathew Lemon who found his way over the line for the try.

Glais hit back, after a rare visit to the Cwmgors half, when they were awarded a penalty which was successfully slotted.

However, ‘Gors were soon back on top, and had a third try as Steff Stone broke through to score on debut.

Davies’ conversion took the score to 21-3 at half time.

The home side’s bonus point was secured early in the second half when Lemon crossed for his second try of the game.

Paul Davies then added a second try of his own, taking the score to 35-3.

Try number six came from an attacking scrum for Cwmgors. Number eight, Dylan Hills, picked up from the base and forced himself over with Glais defenders on his back.

The game began to simmer down after that, but there was still time late on for a seventh try.

Good handling from both the forwards and the backs created an overlap which Cerith Dennard exploited for the final score of the game, 49-3.

Cwmgors will be in cup action next week as they welcome unbeaten Betws for a local derby in the WRU National Bowl second round.