But it was downhill from there for the hosts, who conceded further first-half tries through Aaron Bramwell and another two for scrum-half Rowlands, as Bedwas tore the Neath
defence to shreds.
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It was Neath
who took the lead on 34 minutes when Luke Price - on as a replacement for injured full-back Aaron Bramwell - split the posts with a penalty from just over halfway before adding a second penalty three minutes later.
Keys, who three days earlier had humbled Newport 51-14, were hampered early in the second-half by the sin-binning of captain Rob Nash, although Neath
did not take advantage of the extra man after a Langdon penalty, which followed the Nash yellow card.
regained the lead 10 minutes from time as the home side worked a superb overlap for winger Gareth Morris to race clear.
Man-of-the-Match Dafydd James finished off after the Neath
defence had been completely outflanked by a combination of pace and decisive passing.
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We in Neath
, like the rest of Wales, are a proud people and should, like any other country in the world, have our national flag flying over historic monuments.
We have some of the top comedians in the world coming to Neath
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Aberavon finished strongly but came up short as the Neath
defence dug in, but the hosts did take away a losing bonus point thanks to a Williams penalty.
came within inches of a try as their forwards pounded the Cardiff line and, although they held out, the visitors' relief was only temporary as wing Jamie Davies (inset) crossed in the corner after opposite number Matthew John had seen yellow.
After absorbing a lengthy spell of Leicester pressure in and around their 22, Neath
broke away and established an attacking platform from which they ultimately prospered.
And they suffered a further blow when star lock Ian Gough was sent off by referee Peter Bolland for kicking Neath
flanker Ian Boobyer in the head.
Rhodri Apsee was shown a red card on half time, Neath
leading by one point, but three Cai Evans penalties and a late Aaron Grabham try secured a Ravens' win.
Since her election, Christina Rees, who was formerly married to ex-Welsh Secretary Ron Davies, has changed Neath
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