Neath romped to the Welsh Premier title with a comprehensive 70-5 win over Bedwas on Wednesday night at the Gnoll.
Neath: (27) 70:
Tries: Bishop 2, Hook 2, Horgan, Johnston, Griffiths, Beach, Bevan, Clapham 2, W. Mitchel.
Cons: Hook 4, Bevan.
Bedwas: (5) 5:
The Welsh All Blacks had a 27-5 lead at half-time, but let rip after the break to finish with 12 tries to their name.
James Hook finished with two tries and four conversions to bring his points tally for the season to 455, beating Lee Jarvis' long-standing record.
Neil Clapham and Andrew Bishop also scored a brace as Neath turned on the style for the 1500 fans present.
The Welsh Premier crown success by Neath emulates the Neath-Swansea Ospreys' regional success in the Celtic League.
Neath: G. Morris, Brew, Bishop, W. Mitchell, Johnston, Hook, Horgan, Howell, Littlehales, Griffiths, Martin, Evans, B. Davies, Beach, McPhail.
Replacements: M. Davies, Clapham, Bevan, Poland, Llewellyn, Gittins, P. Jones.
Bedwas: Gittings, Sankala, Miles., A. Harrison, N. Hill, A. James, S. Jones, M. Pettit, McGee, Salter, R. Edwards, A. Edwards, Ankers, Mattravers, P. Wheeler.
Replacements: Wilks-, Jama, Steel, Wood, D. Jones, Pizey, Boughton.
Referee: Hugh Watkins (Wales).