Aberavon moved to within a point of table-topping Merthyr in Tier 1 of the Principality Premiership to add even further spice to their trip to The Wern this weekend with a 24-21 win at Carmarthen Quins.
A Jay Baker hat-trick inspired Aberavon to a five-try, 35-20 win over second placed Pontypridd as the Wizards made light of not having played a Tier 1 game for more than a month t put themselves back in the hunt for a play-off place.
After a lengthy and successful playing career with the Scarlets, RGC 1404 forwards coach Phil John is rapidly making a name for himself as a coach in north Wales. WRU TV's Graeme Gillespie hears how his fledging career in the hot seat is going and discovers a man on a mission.
When the Principality Premiership finished its first phase three months ago, Jason Hyatt's Aberavon side were sitting pretty three points ahead of the rest of the pack with 11 wins and a draw in their 15 matches.
Swansea will be hoping Wales Under 20 international Phil Jones can guide them to a much needed win over Bridgend Ravens at the Bridgend Ford Brewery Field to keep them in the hunt for a play-off place in Tier 2 of the Principality Premiership.
Nigel Davies is backing his Ebbw Vale side to come out on top as they take on Pontypridd in a Tier 1 top of the table clash. The former Wales centre led the Steelmen to Principality Premiership glory last season, and is hoping to repeat that feat this year.