Unbeaten clubs - (East) Bargoed, Chepstow, Pontllanfraith and Blaina. (West) Loughor, Llandybie and Pembroke Dock Quins. (South-East) Dowlais and Heol y Cyw. (South-West) Cwmgors. (North) Ruthin, Llangefni and Caernarfon.
Without doubt, the win of Division 4 was in North Wales where winger Paulo Tardival returned home after a year at college to help defeat last season's champions Nant Conwy as he scored both tries in Ruthin's upset 26-11 victory.
Veteran fly half John Tudor placed three penalties and a drop goal and converted both tries, while Peredur Ellis scored Nant Conwy's points with a try and two penalty goals.
In the East, Bargoed are looking strong after a 53-0 win over Monmouth and Blaina scorede an excellent 18-12 victory at St Peter's, while Ynysddu edged out visitors Crumlin
19-17. There was stalemate at Chepstow where the home side drew 12-12 with Cardiff HSOB and Pontllanfraith gained a 31-3 win at Caldicot.
Fairwater travelled to Bedlinog in South East to recorded a narrow 15-13 victory with Heol y Cyw winning 48-5 at Cowbridge and a brace of tries by Shaun Griffiths helped Dowlais beat Abercwmboi by 21-12.
Llandybie in the West thrashed Bynea by 54-0; Lougher scraped a one point win away to Llanelli Wdrs and embroke Dock Quins did not play due to a wedding.
Cwmgors made it three wins out of three in South West with a 27-20 win at Cefn Cribbwr and Briton Ferry claimed their first victory of the season beating Rhigos