The Bridgend Blue Bulls and Aberavon Fighting Irish served up a 14 try thriller with Bulls wing Geraint Lewis claiming a second half hat-trick including a 60 metre run along the touchline. Paul Morgan opened the scoring with a terrific chip and chase before his fellow centre Neil Dixon dived over under the posts, Jon Williams converting to give the home team an early 10-0 lead.
The visitors hit back thanks to a Gareth Lewis try before Bridgend hooker Lloyd O�Connor restored the ten point lead after a great pass from Dixon.
The brilliant Gareth Lewis then got his second for Aberavon which he goaled himself but Bridgend�s Ginger Talisman Kevin Ellis turned back the years with a superb solo try. But Aberavon showed their Fighting spirit and hit back with a late try from Robert Kim, Lewis converted to put the Irish to within 6 points at half time.
The second half belonged to Geraint Lewis, after a sluggish first half the wing grabbed two tries in the opening three minutes, but again Aberavon hit back with a try from prop Andy Llewellyn.
More tries soon followed, Lloyd O�Connor grabbed his second after a break from Jon Williams before a superb long pass from Gareth David put Grant Epton over for his seventh try of the season.
Andy Llewellyn then got his second of the match for O�Callaghan�s men before Geraint Lewis sprinted over for his hat-trick. But the final say went to Fighting Irish scrum half Michael Healy which Gareth Lewis again kicked to make the final score 50-34 to the Bulls.
In the days other match Torfaen Tigers won 24-14 at Newport Titans with Matthew Entwhistle starring with a try and five goals. Further tries came from Jeff Farthing, Jason Hill and Gareth John-Jenkins while Scott Heirene and Chris Vitaline claimed tries for the home team..
The match between Swansea Valley Miners and Valley Cougars was postponed.