Both teams saw action this midweek and both saw positive results. The firsts traveled to Abertillery Excelsiors Woodfield Park and took all three points in an entertaining victory. Jace Williams fired the visitors into the lead, but it was down to some excellent keeping by Dai Pearce for the Wasps to retain their lead. With the hosts denied as they camped in our half they were then caught with a sucker punch. After a corner won on the break Alistair Paton planted a header onto the post where the rebound was hooked in by Jordan Jones. Into the second half and it was a similar story, the hosts having much of the ball without success while Clydach always looked dangerous on the break, one of these forays bringing a second for Jones and seemingly put the game to bed. The hosts did grab a consolation but it was too little too late.

The seconds got their league campaign up and running on Wednesday as they visited Crickhowell and got of to the worst possible start. Although a goal down early they had much of the opening period, only to be once again caught out by a mistake. The last twenty minutes of the half though belonged to the Wasps; firstly Lewis Parr flicking in a near post header from older brother Josh's cross, only for the elder Parr to fire in an equaliser that the keeper could only help into his net. Unfortunately another mistake just after half time saw the concession of a third. With both sides seeking to attack the onus was on the visitors, and they duly grabbed a deserved point as Josh Parr broke clear from the defence and blasted a shot into the roof of the net. After a fairly tumultuous last couple of the weeks for the second team it was certainly a point gained, and they will look to build on this with Saturdays trip to Blaenavon Blues. The firsts are also on the road with an FAW Trophy clash with Lucas Cwmbran.