The bottom two clubs meet at Virginia Park on Saturday, with The Castletown men desperate to build on their first win in the Welsh/Scottish league - their 35-16 win over Glasgow in December, A Pontypridd victory would take them up to 15 points and should see them shoot up several the table. Caerphilly have lost 12 of their last 13 home matches. League Wins: Pontypridd can chalk up their tenth straight league win over Caerphilly if they win tomorrow.
The last league meeting finished Pontypridd 38 Caerphilly 8 (Sept 22) Pontypridd have an impressive average score of 44 points per match in the nine league meetings between the sides. Caerphilly have a number of injury problems, Nigel Berbillion (shoulder), Roddy Boobyer (ankle).
Pontypridd: John Calderley (shoulder), Gethin Jenkins (shoulder) all miss out. .
CAERPHILLY v PONTYPRIDD (at Virginia Park, 2.30pm).
Caerphilly: J Thomas; H Taufahema, D Hawkins, S tuipulotu, K Morris; L
Richards, A Jacobs; L Moody, J Hughes, G Thomas, N Jones (capt), M Workman,
B Watkins, A Williams, G Jones
Replacements; A Chiltern, G Evans, M Bolton, D Colclough, A Jones, P Jones,
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