Division One West (2.30pm):

Crymych v Kidwelly

There is no point glossing over it - lose this, and Crymych will play in Division Two West next season.

Tries from Guto Davies and Tomos Phillips saw them lead 12-10 at half time at Llanelli Wanderers last week, before The Preseli Men fell apart second half.

Furthermore, they will go into this without experienced prop Jason Nicholls after he sustained a serious face injury in that game.

But just two weeks ago Randall Williams' side dug deep to shock Penallta in the National Plate, and they have to summon that spirit again tomorrow and put in a big performance up front. The accurate goal kicking of young centre Ifan Phillips could also be pivotal again.

Crymych only lost to Kidwelly 16-15 earlier in the season, and despite trailing their visitors by 15 points in the table, do have four games in hand.

Beat them tomorrow, and they keep their chances of overtaking them before the season ends alive.

Felinfoel v Tenby United

Tenby's great form was halted by a 24-10 loss in Aberystwyth last week, and The Seasiders were missing key players for that clash.

They will need to have them back tomorrow against second placed Felinfoel, who won 30-12 in Heywood Lane in October - and brushed aside Gowerton 34-18 away from home last week.

With Narberth not playing, the visitors may look to recall some of their former players on permit - and will be braced for a physical contest on what will be a heavy surface given this week's weather.

Therefore, the ball carrying of the likes of Roy Osborn and Pat Roberts will be important if The Seasiders are to come away with something.

Division Two West (2.30pm):

Loughor v St Clears

After their great win in Carmarthen Athletic, St Clears coach Mike Jones would have been frustrated last week as his side wasted chances to beat bottom side Llanybydder.

Having said that, they again dug deep when 7-0 down late on - and a charge down try from Dafydd Walters and superb pressure conversion from Jake Philpin earned them a draw that may yet prove crucial in their battle to stay up.

They are seven points clear of the bottom two, and tomorrow visit a Loughor side unable to raise a team to play Whitland last week.

That is unlikely to be the case at home, and two weeks ago they battled their way to a 25-12 win at Fishguard. So Jones' men must expect and intense and physical battle - and their scrummaging game that was so crucial in that win at Athletic must again come to the fore.

Tumble v Fishguard

It was frustrating for Fishguard last week as league leaders Yr Hendy asked for uncontested scrums, before winning 17-7 at The Moors.

They must take their anger out on Tumble tomorrow, and a win would not only be another big step to safety, but would see them overtake their hosts and go eighth in the table.

Luke Freebury was adjudged man of the match for The Seagulls last week, and the visitors will need his work rate up front tomorrow against a Tumble side who showed they are prepared to dig in by winning 16-10 in Amman last time out.

Centre Ben John underlined his return to fitness with a try against Hendy, and his ability to shore things up in midfield will also be vital with plenty of 'route one' stuff likely given the weather.

Fielding a settled side has been issue for Fishguard this season and injuries have taken their toll, but they still have enough experience in their squad to come through big games.

And should they successfully come through this one, another season in Division Two would be nigh on secured.

Yr Hendy v Whitland

As mentioned, Yr Hendy went uncontested from the start at Fishguard last week - and Whitland will hope they don't try the same tomorrow in a massive game for The Borderers.

They are second and trail their hosts by 11 points, but have three games in hand, and a win here would leave their title destiny in their own hands.

Gareth Bennett and Dan Mason's team may hold a pyschological edge from their 17-6 win over Yr Hendy at home in October - and although The Borderers are missing second row Micaiah Jones, flanker Ryan Michael, and centre Josh Thomas, they have named a strong 20.

James Stephenson comes into the No 12 berth, on permit from Narberth, and Hayden Baldwin (Newcastle Emlyn) also starts in the back row.

With the contest likely to be close one, Nico Setaro's kicking both out of hand and at goal could be crucial, and alongside the No 10, The Borderers will want their experienced players like Jack Mason, Raff Williams, and skipper Marc Jones to have big games.

If they do, then by 5pm tomorrow Whitland will have an eye on the title, and one hand on promotion.

Whitland: Scott Newton, Scott Candler, Jonathan Thomas, James Stephenson, Sean Coles, Nico Setaro, Adam Davies, Tomos Evans, Marc Jones (capt), Aaron Mayne, Dai Ebsworth, Raff Williams, Hayden Baldwin, Ryan Morgan, Jack Mason. Replacements: Gethin Lewis, Kevin Allen, Ben Kirk, Danny Evans, Tom Parry.

Division Three West A (2.30pm):

Cardigan v Neyland

The Teifisiders were well beaten at Laugharne last week, and like Neyland, the remainder of this season may now be about building for the next one.

The recent return to action of full back John Lumb and centre Marcus Castle has boosted their back division, and player coach Colin Davies, like last week, starts at No 8 tomorrow.

And it's up front where much of the action will take place tomorrow - and visitors Neyland will have to front up after what player-coach Steve Martin described as a poor display last week.

The All Blacks beat Llangwm 5-3, but by Martin's admission, were fortunate after an error strewn display.

It was young centre George Williams who had the winning try, and Neyland's young back division packs so much potential. Even in bad weather this season, they have looked to score tries out wide.

But the pack must mix it tomorrow in the same way they did when they drew with Haverfordwest before Christmas. If they do that - this could be close.

Cardigan: John Lumb, Sion Hughes, Marcus Castle, Emyr Harries (capt), Casey Walters, Tom Dunn, Llyr Jones, William Brice, Luke Palmer-Davies, Ben Hughes, Dean Harries, Sion Phillips, Daniel Evans, Kieran Hurley, Colin Davies. Replacements:  Andrew Fletcher, Llyr Griffiths, Tomos Jones, Owain Rees, Richard Jones.

Llangwm v Milford Haven

You had to feel for Llangwm last week - with no wins to their name all season, they wasted a great chance to grab one against the odds with that narrow defeat in Neyland.

But they also deserve great credit as their depleted squad, despite having to call several old boys back into action this past fortnight, gave everything in atrocious weather.

So the heavier the Pill Parks pitch the better for them here, and they will hope to have 18-year-old centre Daniel Davies, from Narberth, available again after impressing at the Athletic Club.

What may also work in their favour is whatever the weather, The Mariners have to go for a bonus point win tomorrow to keep the pressure on leaders Pembroke.

They were guilty of trying to play too much rugby from deep last week before a last minute Mark Wonnacott try got them out of jail against Aberaeron, and will have to stay patient and go through phases against a Llangwm side who won't make it easy for them.

Pembroke Dock Quins v Laugharne

The 'shut-down' has inevitably left The Quins low on numbers since Christmas - but to their credit, they haven't let it ruin their season and battled hard away to Haverfordwest last week.

Skipper Thomas Doyle returned and scored in that 17-5 defeat, and they will need to dig deep again tomorrow against in-form Laugharne.

The Cocklemen lie third and have not lost in the league since September 23rd at Aberaeron. They go into this on the back of a 38-11 success against Cardigan - with No 8 Mikey Williams continuing his prolific form with another three tries.

Home No 8 Stefan Halwood and co will have to find a way to stop Williams at the back of the scrum, and Ossie Boswell's men must also deny the clinical Laugharne backline time and space.

Like Milford, I suspect Laugharne will feel they need a bonus point win, but will have to put the hard work in at Bierspool before they can think about cutting loose. 

St Davids v Pembroke

For all the euphoria surrounding Pembroke's National Plate progress - their league programme for 2018 has been frustrating for them. The leaders have not played since beating The Quins on December 30th, while others below them have closed the gap.

They beat The Saints 96-5 in Crickmarren in October, who were unable to stop their powerful forward runners like Sam Smith, Dom Colman, and Jonny Palmer getting on the front foot. With the likes of Toby Smith, Dan Colley and Simon Stanford all in clinical form out wide - it is always going to be messy if you can't stop them at source.

But St Davids have improved markedly since then, and I don't envisage a similar score tomorrow. Youngsters like Matty Mcleod, Andrew Groves and Luke Brooks have given cause for optimism for the future, and they are a more cohesive unit than the one that struggled so much in the opening few games.

For Geraint Lewis and co, it's all about picking up where they left off in the league and getting five points. For The Saints, it's about improving vastly on the last meeting.

Tregaron v Haverfordwest

The Blues are another side who have missed key players in recent weeks, and had to recall former player Richard 'Trigger' Brazell out of retirement in beating The Quins last week.

But if they travel light tomorrow, then a real banana skin awaits them in Mid-Wales.

Tregaron shook off any ring-rust from their Christmas break with a hard fought 22-12 win at St Davids on Saturday, and despite heavy conditions, their backline again showed their willingness to attack - with outside half Huw Bonner ever ready to spread play wide.

Their back three has pace via the likes of Llyr Ebeneezer and Ieuan Wyn - but Haverfordwest have also played with intent in the three quarters this season. Skipper Matty Phillips at centre leads a back division in which the likes of Josh Atherton, Liam Manwaring, Rhys Baker and Ollie Hughes have all shown real potential.

It may be wishful thinking, but you would hope poor weather doesn't make this an arm wrestle tomorrow - because it has the potential to be an entertaining 80 minutes.