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October 2022

NEATH confirmed their placing at the top of the WRU Championship table by running in 11 tries at plucky Tata Steel who kept going to the final whistle and who were loudly cheered for their efforts by the grand Neath

OUTSIDE-HALF STEFF WILLIAMS gathered a match haul of 22 points as Neath maintained their place at the top of the WRU Championship against a battling Beddau side who never gave up the ghost at The Gnoll. A fair crowd braved the

NEATH took advantage of Pontypool's inactivity to go top of the WRU Championship courtesy of this comfortable – but not always commanding – 7-try win at Trebanos who scored two fine tries of their own and played with great spirit

TREBANOS 15 points NEATH 43 points Neath went top of the Welsh Championship with this 7-try win over Trebanos. The postponement of Pontypool's game at Tata Steel gave the Welsh All Blacks a sniff of top spot which they duly achieved. Neath's seven