In a very one sided affair,the home side were unable to compete with the overall fire power of Llan,with Ryan Pike playing like a Master Gunner,scoring four tries and nine conversions,giving him a club record of thirty eight points. From the start Llan put the home side under pressure,when from within there own half that they launched a combined attack of forwards and backs,with Ryan Pike getting the first of his four touch downs. The next try came from a forward surge up field,with Billy McQueeny breaking through a number of tackles,with Andy Wynne scoring a converted try by Ryan Pike. Such was the one way traffic of the Llan fifteen,that tries now came at regular intervals. Ryan Pike scored and converted his own try,then a stolen ball from a set scrum saw Cameron Davies make a powerful break and touch down under the posts,with Ryan Pike adding two more points with the conversion. The charge down of an attempted clearance kick by the home defence,was followed up by Lloyd Evans and collected for a touch down try,which Pike converted. The onslaught continued with Sam McClean and Ryan Pike scoring tries during this first half,with Pike converting both. The pattern of the second half continued with Llan in complete control of proceedings,Ryan Pike scored his fourth and final try which he also converted. Aber to there credit never stopped trying and were rewarded when they intercepted a pass just on halfway resulting in them scoring a consolation try,but from this point on they tired,and were unable to contain the continuing onslaught by Llan,who finished the match with a further tries by Cameron Davies,James Leary,Bobby Davies and Hugh Griffith two of which Ryan Pike converted. Final match of the season on Saturday 29th April away at Nant KO 2.30. Match Report by Howie.