The top two teams in the Premier Division both scored emphatic victories, leaders Carmarthen 'A' beating Penlan 'C' 30-3 and second place Penlan 'A' securing a 30-3 victory over Cam Gears 'B'. Penyrheol 'A' moved into third place after a 29-9 victory over Penlan 'B', Simon Mitcheson winning 9-1 and Paul Booth 9-2. Betws 'A' slipped to fourth place despite beating Penlan 'D'
24-12 thanks to Daren Beer winning 9-1 and Payman Molliea 9-5, however the evening was marred with an injury to Cath Jones who had to retire after winning her first game. Cam Gears 'A' moved up the table with a 28-13 victory over Carmarthen 'B', Ceri Higgon winning 9-1.
Penlan 'E' recorded their first victory of the season when they beat Tata Port Talbot 'A' 23-14 with Ben Mora winning 9-2.
New leaders of Division One are Carmarthen 'C' after their 22-13 victory over Penlan 'F', Simon Packer and Jeff Parsons both winning 9-1. In an exciting match Cam Gears 'C' narrowly beat Penlan 'J' 20-19, the match was decided when Graham Butler and John Jones won the doubles 3-2 with the fifth game being 12-10, Jamie Hill won 9-1 for the losers. Newly promoted Betws Rugby Club 'B' kept up their challenge with a 26-18 victory over Penyrheol 'B' with Mike Towell winning 9-2. Llanelli moved into third place after beating Tata Port Talbot 'B' 29-9, Alan Pattle and Derek Summers both winning 9-2. Carmarthen 'D' beat Jerusalem Baptist Church 25-11 with Daren Cross winning 9-3.
Carmarthen 'E moved to the top of Division Two after beating Penlan 'P' 29-6 with John Finnemore and Rob Clayton both winning 9-1. They also beat Penlan 'M' 26-12 with Rob Clayton winning 9-2. In a close game Penlan 'L' narrowly beat Penlan 'N' 23-18, Adam Walters winning 9-2 before teaming up with Paul Bamsey to win the doubles 3-0 to secure the victory. However Penlan 'N' moved into second place when they beat Penlan 'R' 30-3 with Tamlan Eastwood, Jake Young and Rhys Phillips all securing good wins. Penlan 'L' narrowly beat Penlan 'M' 19-17 despite playing with a man short, the victory was sealed when Paul Bamsey and Mike Gambo won the final doubles 3-1, Scott Holmes winning 9-4 for the losers.