Munster continued to build on their advantage after the restart and they crossed for a sixth try after 50 minutes when Kleyn bulldozed over after Francesco Minto was binned for killing the ball
In the 32nd minute, Ebbw Vale tight head Ross Jones was yellow carded for killing the ball
at a ruck and the Ravens made the most of his absence by scoring a marvellous try.
The vital period in the game came on the hour marK as Percy ParK had two men sin-binned in QUICK succession, both for deliberately Killing the ball
Cov let chances slip and Davies kicked a second penalty on the stroke of halftime to keep Cinderford in the game with Cov's Danny Wright on his way to the sin bin for killing the ball
The Ravens piled on the pressure as Bargoed were reduced to 14 men when Craig Nutt was yellow-carded for killing the ball
and they got their second try.
The match descended into a period of scrappy play as neither side were able to gain much of a foothold on proceedings, but despite Cefni becoming more and more ill-disciplined Tudno were not able to take advantage of a host of penalties and indeed it was the home side who went further ahead as Milburn added his second shot at goal of the day as the visitors were guilty of killing the ball
at a ruck.
Scotland coach Andy Robinson was critical of referee Nigel Owens, as Ireland kept being penalised for killing the ball
but were never shown a card.
Edinburgh started the hungrier outfit and when the hosts were pressured into killing the ball
on the ground Chris Paterson stepped up to break the deadlock.
A controversial second-half penalty try awarded against Quins for killing the ball
near their own line put Newport ahead.
However, the Blue and Blacks, who included Jamie Ringer as captain and Wales sevens international Rhys Shellard in their line-up, were penalised for killing the ball
Full-back Lee Byrne was sinbinned for two of the Irish scores after killing the ball
Ratuvou repeatedly posed problems as Saracens pressed hard for another try and, when Munster centre Rua Tipoki was sin-binned for killing the ball
, Jackson's second penalty meant the Londoners were just two points behind.