The only Pembrokeshire rugby game tomorrow comes at Crickmarren, where title chasing Pembroke take on bottom side Llangwm with kick off at 2pm.

On paper, it is hard to see past The Scarlets getting the bonus point win they need to move above Milford at the top of Division Three West A, and will still have two games in hand after the weekend.

They have lost just once all season, and a total of 90 tries in 10 league matches speaks volumes of how clinical they have been.

Geraint Lewis now has a squad with real depth. Much has been made of the ball carrying abilities of Sam Smith and Dom Colman in the back row, but the likes of Billy Wood and Rhodri Walters have also impressed. Led by vice-captain Jonny Palmer, the front row has also been imposing, although the loss of hooker Max Hayward to injury for the rest of the season is a blow.

Undoubtedly, they will look to bully The Wasps up front tomorrow, and the control and goal kicking given to them thus far by Toby Smith at No 10 makes it imperative the Llangwm pack stands up to it. The visitors simply can't afford to let Lewis' side get on the front foot and give their three quarters time and space, especially with scrum half Tom Lewis, centre Dan Colley, and winger Barry Alderman-John all among those in try scoring form.

But make no mistake, Llangwm are an improving side under new coaches Colin Picton and Robbie Neill.

Since Christmas, they have played with a new found organisation and resolve, and gave Milford a real battle last time out after an agonising 5-3 defeat at Neyland.

No 8 Josh Hicks has given everything for them all season, and his physicality will be important if The Wasps are to stop Pembroke's powerful forward runners.

Second row Jason Mock also stood out against The Mariners, and new centre James Lewis from Narberth has proved a great addition in the last two matches.

It is likely to be a war of attrition with the scheduled weather, and the last thing Pembroke will want is another game off with end-of-season fixtures already piling up for them, so I expect they will do everything to ensure this goes ahead.

In their last game, Pembroke prevailed 71-22 against a St Davids side that was resolute in the early stages before inevitably, the pressure told. Llangwm must go in with a similar attitude, but also find a way of maintaining it for 80 minutes, to have any hope of returning home with something.