CARDIGAN brought the curtain down on their Division Three West A campaign in style as they clocked up over a century of points, with an emphatic 106-0 win over Pembroke Dock Quins.The Cardis, however, suffered a big blow as outstanding back rower Colin Davies was forced to leave the field with a serious shoulder and rib injury, which rules him out of the Pembrokeshire Cup semi-final with Aberystwyth on Saturday.

Davies was in the thick of the action throughout this one-sided game, although many supporters drifted away before the end of a match that descended into farce.

Pembroke Dock coach Ossie Boswell has endured a difficult season, and has been forced to call off a number of matches with not enough players available.

The former second row player travelled to the King George with just 14 players available, and some of these had been begged and borrowed from other clubs.

Cardigan made their intentions clear from the start and they were 40-0 ahead at the break with the game over as a contest.

Centre Emyr Harries opened the home account and he had completed his hat-trick by the half time interval, whilst full back Alun Jenkins and centre Sion Hughes also claimed tries for the home side.

All five of these scores were converted by returning scrum half Luke Rogers.

Rogers crossed for a try himself after the break and further scores came via Emyr Harries, who secured his fourth try, tight head prop Ben Hughes, replacement centre Llyr Edwards, winger Rhydian Jenkins, who bagged a brace, full back Alun Jenkins, also with a brace of tries.

Rogers also slotted over 12 conversions whilst replacement prop Luke Palmer-Davies added to the pantomime result with a conversion, to round off a disappointing season for Ossie Boswell’s boys.