In a hard fortnight, Bedwas played three games and lost their WRU National Cup quarter-final against Newport 14-43 on March 20.
The Bridgefield side leaked six tries despite taking an early lead in the re-scheduled cup tie.
Bedwas also lost to Carmarthen Quins 17-31 in the Principality Welsh Premiership, on March 24, but held on for a 15-20 away win against Swansea in the Premiership on March 16.
Bedwas suffered a heavy loss when they went down at the Bridgefield to the Quins.
Three first half tries laid the foundation for a deserved win for Carmarthen.
Carmarthen scored a try after 13 minutes with Lee Taylor crossing by the posts.
But a second half fight-back by Bedwas put some positivity into what was a poor performance.
Bedwas trailed 21 points to 3 at half-time and four minutes after the restart Adam Williams ran a try into the left-hand corner.
Captain Alun Rees was found with a long pass and after a 35-metre lung-bursting run crashed over in the left-hand corner.
The Bedwas faithful began to wonder if a comeback was on, but their dreams were short-lived as Quins scrum-half Aron Hemmings tapped the penalty and ran through for their fourth and bonus-point-earning try.
Bedwas man of the match sponsored by Casa Mia Restaurant of Caerphilly was awarded to Dale Rogers.
Bedwas survived a late Swansea onslaught to hold on to an important 15-20 away victory.
But they so nearly lost after a stop-start performance.
Adam Williams raced through from deep after four minutes and dived in the left-hand corner.
Swansea came back strongly and dominated possession but were unable to break through the Bedwas defence.
It was all Swansea at this stage and they looked odds-on to score but winger Dan Howells dropped the ball with the line in sight.
The home side’s sustained attack saw Bedwas infringe once too often and James Richards trudged off for a ten-minute break in the sin-bin.
The home side used their numerical advantage and drove the Bedwas pack backwards for Jon Fox to collect a loose ball and crash over to score.
The last five minutes saw Bedwas having to dig deep to keep the home side out.
Bedwas have a busy Easter coming up. On Good Friday the team is away to Aberavon – kick-off 2.30pm and home to Bargoed on Easter Monday – kick-off at 2.30pm.
• Match reports and photography by Ian Lovell of Bedwas RFC.