The big freeze has once again bitten hard with a number of games for this weekend already called off.
Below are the games which have been called OFF
Bargoed v Corus
Ebbw Vale v Llanelli
Pontypridd v Felinfoel
Beddau v Aberavon
Carmarthen Ath v Carmarthen
Merthyr v Newport (now scheduled for Sunday)
Newcastle Emlyn v Aberystwyth (Now scheduled for Tuesday 19th)
Nant Conwy v Caernarvon (Now scheduled for Saturday 23rd)
Gilfach Goch v Llandaff North (Now scheduled for Tuesday 19th)
Ruthin v Denbigh (Now schedled for Wednesday 20th)
Bala v Monmouth (Now scheduled for Saturday 23rd)
Hafodyrynys v Risca
Llanrumney v Cardiff University
Ystrad Rhondda v Llanharan
Llantrisant v Newport Saracens
Llanidloes v COBRA
Llanelli Wdrs v Gorseionon
Pontrhydyfen v Clwb Rygbi
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