Maesteg and Llanharan are likely to stay unbeaten after this round of matches, as though both clubs are away, they are favourites to win with Llanharan including December's Lloyds TSB Player of the Month Marc Davies as they go to UWIC, where the students coach Chris Davey faces his old club, of whom the president is his father, Mog Davey.
Maesteg coaches Leighton O'Connor and Gareth Brown take the Old Parish squad to the Oval to meet Treorchy's Zebras, whose fly half Morgan Stoddard is having a splendid season.
Rumney could be hard pushed to play on a rain-swept Riverside Park and other pitches will be also in serious doubt after the heavy rain that has fallen.
Matches that will be extremely close should be between Glamorgan Wanderers and Bonymaen at the Memorial Ground and at Brynmawr, where Narberth are the visitors.
Abercynon's visit to Merthyr is the top match in the East, where young Rhys Shellard at flanker has set the Cynon back on the right road and the Ironmen should have a severe test. Builth Wells also have a hard match as they entertain a Fleur de Lys side who have ost only on one occasion.
Croesyceiliog against Dinas Powys is another interesting fixture, though in the lower half of the table.
Leading sides in the West are not in opposition and though Dunvant and Cwmllynfell are away, they are favourites to win with the best matches looking to be between Corus versus Newcastle Emlyn and Waunarlwydd at home to Felinfoel.