It's been a few weeks since the last update so let's get up to speed.

During March the first team have had a month of ups and downs. The following weeks trip to Coed Eva was called off following yet more inclement weather, with the following week seeing them host Sebastopol. That game proved to be a frustrating experience; Tom Morgan got an early goal to take the lead, but the host squandered what should have been a dominating position by losing focus and allowing the visitors to equalise and exert pressure that they shouldn't have been allowed to. Blushes were spared when Colin Evans conjured a delightful lob over the last defender to claim the three points.

Last week saw a trip to Aberbargoed to take on Neuadd Wen which turned into a great match for the neutral. Again, it was the Wasps who took an early lead; Matthew Edward striking a free kick into the net, but the quality of the hosts came through. Both sides had chances to take the victory, but with Neuadd Wen missing two penalties and hitting the woodwork twice more it certainly became a hard earned point. 

Today's game against New Inn started in poor conditions which soon turned monsoon like. With water pooling on the rolled surface it was no surprise when the referee called a halt to proceedings with less than quarter of an hour played. With Mardy visiting the Rec in the first of the midweek fixtures this Wednesday, the Gwent County Second Division promotion race is still wide open, and the Wasps amongst the chasing pack.

The second teams month has been another stop/start one. They started the month with opponents PILCS failing to raise a side, meaning an automatic 5-0 win being awarded. The following weeks visit to New Inn also failed to go ahead with the hosts having a rearranged first team game at their Woodfield Road base. 

The last couple of weeks have seen a depleted team suffer a couple of harsh defeats. Firstly they held out resolutely until fatigue caught up against Usk Town, eventually succumbing to a 5-0 defeat. Today's trip to Gwent Central leaders Crickhowell saw the opposite happen. A poor opening half saw them 3-0 down by half time, but a more solid second half saw  no addition to the hosts score, though no real chances to close the gap. This Thursday sees the side travel to Sebastopol for their opening mid week game.