Division Two West: Milford Haven 13-6 Tenby United

A second half try from Sam Dolling proved decisive as Milford returned to winning ways in what proved a physical Pembrokeshire derby with Tenby United.

The Seasiders had the wind in the first half and scrum half Ben Pugh was a threat around the fringes while prop Rob Luly carried well up front – but they only had a single Harry Rossiter penalty to show for playing with the elements as they led 3-0.

And then in the second half it was No 10 James Trueman who was pivotal for The Mariners as he constantly used the wind to pin Tenby back – and the home side went ahead when the outstanding Dolling powered through three tacklers to score.

Trueman converted and then added two further penalties to eventually edge the man of the match award, while second row Zac Davies also stood out for Nathan Williams’ team.

From the final play however, The Seasiders did secure a losing bonus point when they fashioned a penalty chance and the nerveless Rossiter landed three points.

Milford Haven: Jamie Lewis, Lee Riley, Dan Jenkins, Dan Birch (capt), Jimmy Thomas, James Trueman, Danny McClelland, Mike Cockburn, Luke Ryan, Adam Rees, Dewi Williams, Zac Davies, Zac France-Miller, Ryan Mansell, Sam Dolling. Replacements: George Evans, Nathan Williams, Gareth Cheshire, James Williams, Brandon Cooper.

Tenby United: Max Brindley, Jack Gooding, Yannic Parker, Lloyd Thomas, Jack Tucker, Harry Rossiter, Ben Pugh, Ethan Morgan, Jim Brace, Rob Luly, Huw Evans, Tom Barrass, Luke Dedman (capt), Harry Bolton, Jack Broadhurst. Replacements: Dan Allen, Jack Brown, Wyndham Williams, Ryan Hill, Joe Owen.