Match of the day in the East has got to be at Bargoed, where Old Illtydians are the first visitors since the home club's elevation and an exciting match will be at Cardiff's Usk Road, where Llanishen take on a strong-looking Rhymney team. The West will include Hendy against Llanelli Wanderers and Loughor home to Tenby United, while the South-West fixtures pair Brynoch and Alltwen as well as Ammanford against Vardre. In the South-East, Rhydyfelin have tough opponents in Abercwmboi and Ruthin will relish taking on Mountain Ash in what promises to be a tight game.
The Old Boys teams have hard games as Cardiff HSOB meet Oakdale on the Diamond Ground and Newport HSOB visit St Peter's at the Harlequins. Those are two of the East fixtures and in the nearby South-East, Pontyclun will find it hard at Fairwater, as will Dowlais at in-form Llandaff. In the West, Fishguard will be difficult opponents at Bettws and in the South-West there should be an interesting match between Glais and Resolven. Mold may find Nant Conwy nowhere near as tough as this time last season and elsewhere in the North Llangefni and Pwllheli will be favourites at home to Dollgellau and Denbigh.
Abertillery BG will have a first-ever league aoppearance at Caldicot in the East while Machen will be hoping that visitors Blaenavon will turn out a side this week. West fixtures including a resurging Swansea Uplands at St Clears and Llanybydder hoping for a rare success against New Dock Stars. In the South-East, Old Penarthians hope for a win against an ailing Cilfynydd, while impressive new boys Penallta will be a problem for vistors Bridgend Sports and Rhiwbina having new opponents in Porth. South-West includes a home for Birchgrove against Baglan and a first away match for Glyncorrwg at Pontardawe. Division 5 North will see a home debut for new boys Rhayader against Welshpool and Bala, after a 6-0 win at Wrexham, now at home to Rhos.