Pontypool are the club to watch this weekend as coach Steve Jones once again appears to have the right mix after six successive wins. They go to Bedwas, who have pulled off several surprise wins thus far.
In what is easily the match of the day Ponty will not be taking their opponents lightly and if they win this hurdle they may feel that they are well on their way to a title.
If tries are what is wanted then go no further than Llandovery where the fast running home backs skilfully coached by Geraint Williams will take on another good set of runners in Glamorgan Wanderers. Tries aplenty should be the order of the day.
Carmarthen Quins will be out to follow last week's 10-try romp with another home win over Bonymaen, but the visitors are likely to bring off a surprise with a strong front row led by skipperDarren Poland and Andrew Jacobs to marshal the backs.
Aberavon look set to re-sign centre Paul Morgan from Llanharan and he may be the key man, depending on which side he appears for. Full back Ricky rice will be on the Wizards left wing as Lee Abdul is injured.
Whitland should prove a difficult hurdle for Beddau to conquer and Narberth, deposed from top spot after being beaten by Whitland, hope to recover up at Tredegar.
Blackwood are looking to improve on last week's horror show and go to Treorchy, who are glad to at last be home.
Rumney entertain Newbridge, who may include five former Rumney players plus formerRumney coach Mike Watkins.
Tondu and Cross Keys both play at Pandy Park and they should both feel at home in what also promises to be an entertaining match.
Aberavon v Llanharan; Bedwas v Pontypool; Carmarthen Quins v Bonymaen;Llandovery v Glamorgan Wanderers; Rumney v Newbridge;Tondu v Cross Keys; Tredegar v Narberth; Treorchy v Blackwood; Whitland v Beddau.
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