Neath clash with Cardiff at the Gnoll on Saturday as they look to extend their run of good form and widen the gap between themselves and Bridgend. Having dropped only three points this season Neath are six points clear of Bridgend and nine points ahead of Pontypridd. The Welsh All Blacks look formidable this season and look all set to retain their crown.
Aberavon welcome Pontypridd to the Talbot Athletic Ground in a clash pitting third against fourth. The Wizards are level on points with the Sardis Road outfit and both sides have had an impressive first half of the season. Aberavon will need to make the most of home advantage if they are to emerge victorious and leap-frog Simon King's men.
Maesteg go head to head with fellow top-flight new-comers Glamorgan Wanderers at Llynfi Road. Glamorgan Wanderers can claim bragging rights so far this season as they boast a three point advantage over the Old Parish. But Maesteg will hope that a home crowd will can help them to victory over the Wanderers and lift away from the relegation zone.
At Rodney Parade Newport entertain a Llandovery side who are still struggling to find consistency. The Black & Amber's home record is formidable and they should comfortably dispatch with the Drovers who languish in third-from-bottom. Elsewhere, 11th-placed Pontypool play host to Welsh Cup holders Llanelli.