Bargoed hope to continue their amazing run that started 14 months ago as they entertain New Tredegar in the East with six straight wins already this season. They are still challenged by Abergavenny, who have drawn one game, but face a trip to Pontypool United. The biggest clash outside these two matches should be on Rumney Park, where Old Illtydians oppose Senghenydd.
Gorseinon, Aberystwyth and Loughor all have 18 points in the West, though Gorseinon have played one extra game and the other two are still unbeaten. Aberystwyth travel to Trimsaran, but Gorseinon are ome to Haverfordwest and Loughor have a home match against Tumble.
South-East action will take place in the North! Leaders Rhydyfelin make the trip to Ruthin in what should be an attractive fixture, while Mountain Ash hope to keep their unbeaten tag gainst a steadily-improving Pontycymmer.
South-West leaders Bryncoch will have to pull out all the stops at Cwmgors, whose skipper Phil Sparrow could have a big effect on the result, while Kenfig Hill hope to gain points from visiting Ysalyfera and bottom club Glynneath meet Skewen.