It should remain Maesteg leading, followed by Llanharan and Narberth in third place, as all three clubs have home fixtures with Glamorgan Wanderers, Beddau and Tredegar providing the opposition respectively, though the closest match could be at Whitland, where The Borderers meet the cup heroes of Brynmawr.
Dunvant look set to stay ahead in the West as they entertain Waunarlwydd, with the meeting of Cwmllynfell against Corus looking to be the pick of the area and Vardre hope to continue their upsurge with a difficult match at Tonmawr. Top
East clubs with nine wins each are Merthyr and Builth Well, who both have away fixtures. Merthyr go to Rhymney and Builth to Ystrad Rhondda with Abercynon looking to bounce back against Llantrisant at Y Parc and Hirwaun taking on the useful Risca outfit.