As it comes to the business end of the season the first team were to welcome the current top two team in the division to the Rec with the possible role of kingmakers. As it turned out, they certainly had another major say in the final shake up.

Saturday saw second place Spencer Youth travel to the village looking to keep up their promotion push. After the midweek high scoring affair with Cromwell it was another back and forth thriller. The visitors opened the scoring, before Ben Ward struck twice to snatch the lead for the hosts. Back came Spencer with two goals of their own, retaking the lead. Top scorer Jordan Jones, returning from the bench after injury drew the sides level with a clever finish, and with time running out and both sides going for the winner, it was another sub, the younger Jordan Jones, making his first appearance of the season who smashed home a last minute winner at the far post. A very good win that set the cat among the pigeons at the top of the league.

The seconds were also in action Saturday as they travelled to PILCS in the quarter final of the Langdon Cup. With the hosts having failed to raise a side for the league game last month it was a strengthened home side that took the field. The young second team played some very good football, but unfortunately could not hold out against the more experienced side, eventually going down 3-0. They have one last league game now, away to New Inn on Wednesday, and will hopefully go out with a bang.

To this evening now, and it was the turn of the league leaders to visit. R.T.B Ebbw Vale have been sitting top for the majority of the season, and had come out on top in two very tight matches between the sides already this year. In a tense battle it was the Wasps who struck first. Jordan Jones the senior hooked in a cross from Ben Ward after good work from Jordan Powell in midfield. With a lead at half time the Wasps needed a solid start to the second half to keep the pressure on, but instead conceded a penalty in the early exchanges. With the spot kick converted the leaders started to take control of the game, the Wasps unable to gain a foothold in the opposition half. The winner for T's came midway through the half, forward Lynch forcing a shot home from an angle. The rest of the game saw a tense struggle, the final whistle, along with other results tonight seeing them confirm promotion and taking a big step towards the second division title. The Wasps now hope to get back on track Thursday night, this time welcoming New Inn to the Rec.