Senghenydd have closed right up with leaders Brynithel in the East and both face home matches, while fast-finishing Newport Saracens are also home and the tightest game may be at Llanishen, where Pill Harriers are the visitors. In the
West, Haverfordwest still have games to make up, while there is a massive game at Kidwelly, where leaders Pontyberem are the visitors.
Gilfach Goch are the form team in the South-East and while they are at home to Tylorstown, Nantymoel, who lead on try-count only, face a hard match against Brecon. Banwen hold a two-point lead over Maesteg Quins in the South-West and
entertain Skewen, while thwe Quins face a tricky trip to Glynneath and Mumbles in third are home to Seven Sisters.
Bargoed are almost home as East champions and they travel to ontllanfraith, while Blain have to take on Cardiff HSOB at Central Park. Bynea, bottom club in the West, must be congratulated for reaching their penultimate outing, but a
first win is unlikely as leaders Llanelli Wanderers are the visitors. Loughor go to eyland and Pembroke Dock quins face a hard match away to Llandybie.
In the South-East, Abercwmboi are under pressure from Pontycymmer and Fairwater. All three face home matches against Heol y Cyw, Dowlais and Cefn Coed respectively. South-West leaders Cwmgors face Abercrave, while challengers Taibach go to Cefn Cribbwr and in the North, battle continues between Ruthin and Nant Conwy with Ruthin having the harder task away to Dolgellau, while Nant Conwy are home to Pwllheli.
Llandaff could be crowned the first divisional winners in Wales this season if they win their South-East match at home to Bridgend Sports and closest rivals Llantwit Major slip up in a home match gainst Llandaff North.
Trinant have only Oakdale in contention in the East with Trinant visiting Machen and Oakdale away to Usk, while in the West, Cefneithin take a six-point lead over Crymych on
their trip to Aberaeron, while their rivals are away to Pontyates Pembroke, in third, travel to bottom club Llanybdder.
The South-West title is getting tighter with Tonna joining leaders Resolven and Aberavon Green stars in the race. The Green stars have the hardest match against Crynant, but all three have home games - resolven meeting Porthcawl and Tonna greeting Cwmtwrch.
The Five North title is a two-club race with Colwyn Bay one point ahead of Denbigh but with a match less remaining. Both are at home, however, with Colwyn Bay facing Bethesda and Denbigh meeting Machynlleth.