|Match Date: 06/05/2006
|Score: 45 - 21
Needing a win to make certain of being crowned Division 3 South-East champions, Ynysybwl make no mistake as they topple an in-form Treorchy.
From the start this was clearly a game the Bwl were more eager to win than their opponents, and the midweek defeat was soon a distant memory.
Following a Richard Tibbs penalty, good work by Adam Thomas earned Dafydd Davies the first try of the afternoon.
A converted try for a young Treorchy side narrowed the deficit, but Ryan Williams, recently having returned to the side, was soon to gain his first score of the season following a good drive by his fellow pack members.
Tibbs converted both tries to give the Bwl the lead at the interval.
Half time: Ynysybwl 17 Treorchy 7
The Bwl showed their pace and class in the second period in front of the visiting Scrum V cameras. A quickly taken penalty resulted in Nathan Ellis getting his first try. Soon after he gathered the ball in midfield and sliced his way through the Treorchy defence to earn his second.
Replacement Jeff Lloyd with a superb solo effort heaped misery on the visitors as the Bwl raced to a comfortable 38 – 7 lead.
Two converted tries brought some respectability back to the scoreline from a Treorchy point of view. But the Bwl had the last say when Rhys Morgan powered his way over the line in the closing stages.
The four second half tries were all converted by Richard Tibbs, and as the final whistle blew on the Bwl’s last league game of the season they began to celebrate achieving the league title.