Pembrokeshire rugby fixtures for this weekend:

WRU Championship:

Narberth v Rhydyfelin (Saturday 2pm):

This is a big chance for Narberth.

With no other Championship sides playing, a win here will take them within two points of second placed Ystrad Rhondda and still with a game in hand.

They beat the same side 36-13 away in September and their superior set piece laid the foundations that day, with their front row getting in the ascendancy early. But while Rhydyfelin are down in 10th, they sent out a warning last week by beating fifth placed Bedlinog 22-5. 

The Otters have made changes too. Roy Osborn (Tenby) and Dewi Williams (Milford) both come into the pack on permit, while Ryan Rees is among the replacements.

Jack Price returns on the wing but Nick Gale, whose goal kicking has been so pivotal this season, is on the bench.

But selection rotation has worked fine so far this season for Sean Gale and co and they won't expect any let up from the players here.

Narberth: Ianto Griffiths, Jack Price, Kieron Jones, Jake Jenkins, Yannic Parker, Jonathan Rogers, Lewys Gibby, Bradley Davies, Rhodri Owens, Tom Kaijaks, Roy Osborn, Alex Jenkins (capt), Dewi Williams, Tom Powell, Rich Rees. Replacements: Kyle Hamer, Daniel Jacobs, Ryan Rees, Nick Gale, Will Lewis.

Division One West:

Gorseinon v Whitland (tonight 7.15pm)

The Borderers are currently in as good a form as anyone in Division One. Three straight league wins have seen them rise to seventh and the 27-12 success over Llangennech last week represented one of their most complete displays of the season.

And they currently boast strength in depth. Scott Buirds has come in at No 8 and made a serious impact while prop Aaron Mayne gave a man of the match display in the front row. They both start again tomorrow.

Gino Setaro is back in the XV but on the wing as Liam Price keeps his place in the centre, and the only change in the pack sees Ryan Morgan replace Danny Evans in the back row.

Jonathan Thomas, who has been playing football with St Clears, comes back onto the bench.

A Friday night trip to Gorseinon in wet weather won't be easy - but given they are eight points off The Borderers with three games in hand, Gareth Bennett and Dan Mason know another win is important.

Whitland: James Stephenson, Gino Setaro, Liam Price, Josh Thomas, Dan Evans, Nico Setaro, Adam Davies, Aaron Mayne, Marc Jones, Jimmy Buirds, Raf Williams, Courtney Bowman, James Thomas, Ryan Morgan, Scott Buirds. Replacements: Gethin Lewis, Michael Ryan, Ben Kirk, Jack Mason, Jonathan Thomas.

Division Two West:

St Clears v Loughor (Saturday 1.30pm):

That was a sickener for St Clears against Fishguard on Saturday. To come within seconds of a much needed win only to be undone at the death by a penalty from former player Geraint Jones would have been deflating.

They trail third bottom side Mumbles by 11 points with two games in hand. Lose tomorrow, and the fat lady will be warming her throat.

They lost 16-0 to Loughor only two weeks ago but did beat the same side at home in the WRU Plate earlier in the season. 

Their backline looked a good one last week with Mike Georgiou and Shane Morgan back in the centre together and Will Davies and club captain Adam Phillips in the back three. They will pose plenty of threat but unlike in Llanelli a fortnight back, must get the possession to utilise it.

Division Three West A:

Aberaeron v Llangwm (Saturday 1.30pm)

Aberaeron are 17 points off Milford with two games in hand. It isn't mission impossible, but whenever they play a lower league side from now on a bonus point win is a must.

They did just that at St Davids last week with No 10 Rhodri Jenkins enjoying a 31 point haul, and I expect them to go for it from the outset here.

What may suit Llangwm is a heavy pitch after the rain this week. The Wasps will prefer this to be a dog fight and can't allow the home team quick ball.

Again it was Josh Hicks who carried the fight for them last week with a try in their 34-7 defeat to Llanybydder and Jason Mock put a a big shift in the second row. 

They'll need another big effort from their pack tomorrow.

Milford Haven v Llanybydder (Saturday 2pm):

Milford put in a complete display to beat Neyland last Saturday, but this challenge is a different one. There would have been sore bodies this week and maintaning the same intensity for the first of a double header with Llanybydder (they play again on February 16th) won't be easy.

It has been a physical few weeks for The Mariners and how they manage squad rotation from here on in will be key.

Indeed, Ryan Mansell is out after damaging ankle ligaments as is Mark Wonnacott, skipper Jamie Lewis and Garin Gardner. Dewi Williams, as mentioned, is with Narberth.

Craig Thomas, Lee Riley, Brandon Cooper, Zac Davies, and Sam Dolling all come into the XV.

Llanybydder have struggled for consistency this season but gave a workmanlike display in their win at Llangwm. No 8 Rickie Davies had had a big season and added two more tries at Pill Parks.

Where Milford will sense danger is Bydder now come down with little to lose and will relish making things difficult for the leaders.

It won't be easy for the home side to cut loose and patience may be key.

Milford Haven: Steve Martin, Craig Thomas, Dan Jenkins, Dan Birch, Lee Riley, Efan Morgan, Dan McClelland, Zac France-Miller, Luke Ryan, Nathan Williams, David Round, Andrew Ling, Brandon Cooper, Ben Groves, Zac Davies, Sam Dolling. Replacements: Darren Lewis, Gareth Cheshire, Dean McSparron, Dai Sweeny, Joe Kiff.