It's win or bust for the Ospreys and Blues South tonight with a place in the final of the WRU Age Grade Under 16 Championship against the Scarlets still up for grabs.
However, for the South, who have rescued their season after a dreadful start back in September, the equation is simple - defeat the Dragons at Tredegar this evening and they will go through to meet the favourites next month.
For the Ospreys, who entertain Blues North at Llandarcy (7.15pm), it's a case of winning with a bonus point and hoping that the South slip up.
Still, whatever the outcome, it promises to be another wonderful evening of age grade rugby with Blues South team manager John Richards hoping that his side can contiue their fine run of late by booking their place in the final.
"We had a difficult start to the season in terms of results, but to the credit of everyone involved we have turned things around and find ourselves in a decent position going into tonight's game."
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