Bridgend College's televised clash with Coleg Morgannwg tomorrow will now be played at Bridgend College, Pencoed Campus. (KO 2.30pm)
The match, which can be seen live via the S4C website, was originally going to be held at Bridgend's Brewery Field ground but has been moved to the college site. A full re-run of the game can be seen at 10.35pm on the Welsh channel the same evening.
Both Bridgend and Morgannwg sit in mid-table with the latter four points and a place better off and they know an away win will see them move closer to the top three. They face a difficult trip to a Bridgend side who will be looking to bounce back from a heavy defeat in their previous game.
Bridgend were well beaten 55-13 by Neath Port Talbot College last week and know a win is vital as they look to stop themselves slipping further down the table.
In the remaining games, second placed Coleg Sir Gar can move to the top of the table with a win away to Neath Port Talbot. Sir Gar ended Llandovery's unbeaten run with a 28-24 home win last Wednesday and will be full of confidence ahead of tomorrow's clash.
Neath Port Talbot had an impressive win themselves last week, cutting the Bridgend defence to pieces and with both sides showing a willingness to throw the ball around so far this season, the game looks set to be anything but dull.
Coleg Sir Benfro will be looking for their first win of the season when they travel to Gower College. Gower were narrow winners over Coleg Gwent last week so the Pembrokeshire based college have a tough task on their hands.
Due to player unavailability, Coleg Gwent have postponed their game with Llandovery College. The away side have 12 players required by the Dragons U18 side and a number of players suffering from illness so are unable to field a side against Iestyn Thomas' men.
The game has provisionally been rearranged for January 16. Meanwhile Gwent's previously postponed fixture with Pembroke College is now scheduled to be played on November 28 at Waunfawr Park, Crosskeys. (KO 2.30pm)
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