Neath coach Patrick Horgan was pleased with his side's effort against Swansea saying, "On a filthy night, we battled really hard for everything, played with great purpose throughout and were a little unlucky not to get the bonus point.
"The result took us top of the Premiership but we don't expect to be there long as Llandovery are not in the British & Irish Cup and have a home game against Pontypool which they will be favoured to win.
"Cross Keys will be a very different order from Swansea. They are an abrasive, combative side up front with a good set-piece and real quality behind where Mark Ring is getting them to play in his own image.
"They have been making confident noises - they're a good club and don't depend too much on regional imports although they have been fortunate to have both Stefan and Matthew Jones, our former outside-half, turning out for them. It will be another test of our resolve."
Neath v Cross Keys A.Jenkins; K.James, N.Brew, G.McCarthy, D.Evans; D.Langdon, C.Morgans; N.Downs, R.Clancy, T.Price; E.Evans, J.Griffiths; L.Evans, A.Powell, G.Gravell (captain)
Replacements : O.Ford, A.Littlehales, J.Reeves, L.Ward, J.Davies, A.Bramwell, T.Barry