On a cold but bright Saturday both sides were depleted due to work commitments and injury and both saw disappointing results.

The first team travelled to Cwm shorn of six regulars but still saw a dominant first half display. They took the lead through a Jordan Jones penalty after Ben Ward was tripped in the box. With Colin Evans striking the woodwork and further chances remaining untaken, a goal lead was the least they deserved at half time. The second half though was anything but as comfortable as the team switched off, allowing the hosts to not only equalise but then take the lead with two quick fire goals. David Pearce had to be alert to prevent any further setbacks. After Greg Lewis struck the post and Ward had a shot cleared off the line it looked like it was going to be one of those days. The introduction of Matthew Edward from the bench, returning from injury, saw the side get back on the front foot, and he got the equaliser from the spot as a Cwm centre half was penalised for a hand ball inches inside the box. It's another setback in the chase for promotion, but it could have been disastrous rather than disappointing.

A similarly short second team welcomed Gilwern & District to the Rec for the second Llanelly Parish derby of the season. With a reshuffled team, after conceding an early goal they put in a spirited performance to hold the more experienced team at close quarters for the majority of the game. A second goal towards the end of the game saw the young Wasps resolve finally broken, with a further two late goals lending the scoreline a rather unflattering look that was certainly not a representation of the game as a whole. A disappointing result then, though not a disappointing performance.

Both sides will look to pick themselves up ready for further tests next week; the first team travelling to Coed Eva Athletic, while the seconds host P.I.L.C.S.