A number of WRU National League games have been postponed from tomorrow due to the Wales v Georgia international kicking off at 2.30pm.

In the Championship, there were no scheduled games anyway, meaning Narberth have a week off.

And the following matches involving Pembrokeshire sides are to be re-arranged from tomorrow:

Division One West: Felinfoel v Crymych.

Division Two West: Whitland v Amman United; St Clears v Mumbles.

Division Three West A: Llangwm v Cardigan; Pembroke v Laugharne; Aberaeron v Pembroke Dock Harlequins.

But there are three games of local interest tomorrow, while Milford Haven host St Davids tonight.

Division One West:

Tenby United v Gorseinon (Saturday, November 18th, 12pm)

The Seasiders were much improved in their 31-24 loss to Dunvant last time out, but this is the kind of fixture they need to target to steer clear of the bottom two.

With Narberth not playing, they should have the option of bringing Pat Roberts back into the back row, and if the likes of him and skipper Luke Hansford can get the home side on the front foot – then they have the players behind to do damage.

Ashley Sutton has been dangerous with ball in hand at No 10, and led by full back Jonny Morgan, they have pace and options aplenty out wide.

Gorseinon are seven points ahead of Tenby in the table, with four wins and three league defeats – and showed their resilience on the road when they ended Dunvant’s unbeaten start with a 16-7 away win.

But an early kick off is never favourable for an away side, and Chris James’ men will surely look to start at a high tempo and catch the visitors cold.

Division Two West:

Pontyberem v Fishguard (Saturday, November 18th, 12pm)

Last week was a big win for Seagulls.

Their 36-13 bonus point win at Amman took them 12 points clear of the bottom two and have given them real breathing space.

So they can go to Pontyberem tomorrow with the pressure lifted somewhat against a side just one place, and two points above them.

Fly half Jake Jenkins was influential with five successful kicks at goal last week and with Crymych not playing again, the youngster returns to his home club again tomorrow.

Centre Mike Jenkins benefitted from his service last week with two tries, while winger Tomasi Batikaikai will also join the Fishguard backline on permit.

But with a number of WRU clubs not in action tomorrow, The Bont are likely to be strengthened by permits themselves,  and skipper Gavin Walsh and co will undoubtedly have to fight hard to secure back to back wins for the first time this season.

If they manage it, The Seagulls can start looking up, and not down, in the league table.

Fishguard: Ed Bendall, Tomasi Batikaikai, Mike Jenkins, Scott Candler, Sam Kurtz, Jake Jenkins, Alun George, Andrew Morrilo, Gavin Walsh (capt), Ryan McVeigh, Richard Hunter, Gwilim Evans, Luke Freebury, Chris Shousha, Mark George.

Replacements: Neil Perkins, Jack Owen, Simon James, Jordan James, Andrew Williams.

Division Three West A:

Milford Haven v St Davids (Tonight, Friday November 17th, 7pm)

Last season when these sides met on the 4G surface at The Obs, it was The Mariners who were rampant as they ran out 95-5 winners.

And Alan McCelland’s men will undoubtedly target another bonus point win here against a St Davids side that have been on the wrong end of some big score lines of late.

The Mariners had to dig deep to win 20-7 in Tregaron last week, keeping them unbeaten and just a point off the top of the table.

But that was on a heavy pitch, and if scrum half Dan McClelland is given a platform to release his outside backs then the home side are likely to try and run the legs of The Saints from everywhere tonight.

Forwards Dai Sweeny and Ben Groves have also been in try scoring form of late, and their aggressive running will severely test the visitors.

To the credit of The Saints, they have declined the chance to have the fixture re-arranged to later in the season, but will need to up their game defensively to compete.

Veteran Anthony Davies continues to stand out in the pack, and his experience and ball carrying will again be vital if the visitors are to get the possession they need to threaten.

Neyland v Haverfordwest (Saturday, November 18th, 12pm)

The All Blacks go in on the back of three wins from four, but tomorrow will prove whether they are now ready to overcome the league’s top sides.

Steve Martin’s team have shown their potential with ball in hand in the victories over Llangwm, Tregaron and St Davids, with the promising centre partnership of George Williams and Alex Codd sharing five tries at the latter’s ground last week.

Prop Jack Harries and flanker Kyle Hamer have also excelled lately, but Neyland will be made to work much harder for possession and tries in this clash.

After a slow start, The Blues seemed to be hitting full stride before a heart breaking last minute loss at Pembroke two weeks ago, and their home game with Laugharne last Saturday was then postponed.

They too have a promising young backline, and if Matthew Davies is available, he will add pace to a back division in which centres Matty Phillips and Gareth John have also formed a good partnership, while Bruce Evans’ men also boast finishers in their back three.

But the visitors only came away from a potential banana skin game with Pembroke Dock Harlequins with a 14-14 draw, and if they don’t get the edge up front and a platform to play tomorrow – then a dangerous 80 minutes awaits.