Maesteg are champions and Glamorgan Wanderers will be promoted as runners-up, but both sides ill be in action as the Old Parish entertain Narberth and the Wanderers travel to Builth Wells. At the other end of the table, Bridgend Athletic, Tonmawr and Brynmawr are relegated and Carmarthen Athletic need a win and at least ten tries at Tonmawr to save themselves and must then hope that Fleur de Lys lose and are tryless at home to Beddau.
Whitland make a late bid for third place as they take on a useful Bonymaen side and UWIC are the visitors to Glan-yr-Afan Park, Blackwood.
The battle for the top spot in the West continues as Waunarlwydd go to Pencoed and Cwmllynfell travel to Kidwelly, while Banwen hope to continue their late rise away to Corus. Battle continues for the relegation places with Felinfoel having fallen fast and they face a hard game with Cwmavon while Nantymoel visit bottom club Tondu.
In the East, Ystrad Rhondda are almost there at the top, though they face the game of the day at Merthyr, who still have an outsie chance, as have Abercynon home to Croesyceiliog. At least four clubs are battling the fourth relegation spot Tredegar-Brynithel being one of the most important games of the day.
All the regional titles have been won in this division with Bargoed, Loughor, Rhydyfelin and Maesteg Quins gaining the honours. There will however be full programs in all four regions and in the East, Pill Harriers go for runners-up place needing to defeat Talywain and just edge out the fast-finishing Old Illtydians, who are at home to Abercarn.
Gorseinon and Penclawdd fight out the second place in the West as Gorseinon have a tough task against Loughor and Penclawdd visit Lampeter. Mountain Ash have lost their last two outings, but will need to beat Tylorstown to hold runners-up in the South-East, while in the South-West, Seven Sisters have a massive game at Maesteg Quins and need one point from two outings to clinch second spot.
Only eight matches are due to take place in the five regions with Tonna having won the South-West, Llangefni the North and Amman Utd the West titles. In the East, Pontllanfraith must gain a point away to bottom club Llanhilleth to outrun Tredegar Ironsides, who go to Trinant looking for a three-pointer.
Cefneithin need a win at Crymych in the West to hold the advantage over Laugharne after the clubs drew 10-10 in midweek and Penarth have a last crack at promotion if they can run up a big score at Bedlinog, though Aberdare still have one game remaining in the South-East. There are no games in the South-West, but the North includes relegation battles for Denbigh and Dolgellu, at home to Rhyl and Newtown respectively.
Only in the West will there be a full list of fixtures with New Dock Stars facing the biggest test at home to Llangwm, while in the South-West the Birchgrove-Glyncorrwg is virtually the biggest match of any division. Porth have a last crack at second place in the South-East and need a big win over Blaengarw and the issues are all finished in both the East and North regions.