Michael Sully celebrates last weekend's win against Llanelli to give Swansea a slim hope of survival.
Neath head to St Helen's to play Swansea for the final match of what has been a turbulent 2013/14 season (KO 2.30pm).
Swansea still need a bonus point win to be in with a chance of retaining their Premiership status for next season - something Neath achieved in emphatic style with their 27-10 win at Aberavon on Monday.
Even a bonus point win might not be enough for the Whites because, if Aberavon get a point from their home game against Carmarthen Quins, Swansea will be relegated.
But coach Patrick Horgan promises that, although Neath's safety is assured, the Welsh All Blacks will still be giving it everything at St. Helen's. He said, "For a start it has never been in the Neath club's nature to roll over for anyone. Also, it would be manifestly unfair on Aberavon if we were to say job done at this stage.
"We have massive respect for both clubs who have made a fantastic contribution to the Game in Wales over a very long time and it is a pity that we have to lose one of them. I couldn't say it before we were safe but I think the WRU needs to take a serious look at expanding the Premiership,
"We have made several changes to our starting line-up to freshen things up so we have a strong bench and we will be giving it our best shot and players have reputations to protect as well as the chance to show for next season."
Neath: 15 Alec Jenkins; 14 Ceri Young, 13 John Leyshon, 12 Aaron Bramwell, 11 Dafydd Howells; 10 James Thomas, 9 Josh Davies, 1 Roy Jones, 2 Sion Crocker, 3 Marc Jones; 4 Jack Jones, 5 James Goode; 6 Leon Ward, 8 Jordan Collier, 7 Emyr Williams Replacements - A.N. Other, James Helliwell, Aaron Coundley, Gerwyn Price, Ceri Jones, Gavin Evans, Calum Davies, Kyle Tayler,
WRU chief executive Martyn Phillips hosted the second meeting of the WRU Youth Board last weekend ahead of the Judgement Day IV regional double-header. Tthe board, made up of 15 under-21-year-olds from around Wales, heard presentations from head of participation Ryan Jones, policy and integrity manager Jeremy Rogers and national women's rugby manager Caroline Spanton, with Pro Rugby Wales CEO Mark Davies also on hand to hear the range of views aired.
Wales duo Rhun Williams and Liam Belcher, who makes a welcome return after five months of injury woe, look ahead to next month's World Rugby U20 Championship in Manchester where they will face Ireland, Georgia and New Zealand.
Whenever Bedlinog tackle Penallta a massive fixure is guaranteed but this Sunday there will be even more emphasis placed on the two rivals when they contest the SSE Swalec Plate final at Principality Stadium.
Ahead of their SSE SWALEC Bowl Final clash with Taffs Well at Principality Stadium on Sunday, Burry Port share their #FABXV nomination with WRUTV in the search for Welsh rugby's greatest volunteers. Everyone can get involved by sending nominations via twitter to @WRU_Community using the hashtag #FABXV
Cardiff Blues prop Gethin Jenkins and Ospreys centre Ben John look ahead to the first game at Principality Stadium in Saturday's double header which is promising to be a special occasion for all Welsh fans.
Carmarthen Quins Director of Rugby Ian Jones and committee member Jeff Thomas along with Llandovery chairman Handel Davies look ahead to Sunday's SSE SWALEC Cup showdown where both teams are out to prove 'West is best'
SWALEC ambassador Shane WIlliams is looking forward to Sunday's Finals Day where the Cup, Bowl and Plate offers a great opportunity for players and teams to experience the magic of playing at Principality Stadium
Carmarthen Quins coach Richard Kelly believes it is an exciting time to be part of the Scarlets region as his side take on local rivals Llandovery in the SSE Swalec Cup final on Sunday, as WRU TV's Graeme Gillespie discovers