With both of last weeks games falling victim to the inclement weather, both sides were looking to follow up positive results after the break. The first teams last game was the re-arranged trip to Blackrock Rovers in the Amateur Cup, with a 2-0 victory setting up the second round visit of RTB Ebbw Vale. With windy conditions affecting play, it saw a back and forth cup tie that the visitors just edged. 

RTB opened the scoring mid way through the first half, but the Wasps drew level as Marc Taylor beat the keeper to a Jordan Jones cross. Jones then put the Wasps in front just after half time, scoring from the penalty spot after Jace Williams was upended. The lead wasn't to last long though, the Ebbw Vale side netting from a penalty of their own. They then netted two disappointing goals to take control of the game. Substitute Amos Hall's header set up a grandstand finish, but the Wasps couldn't force extra time. A good performance in all, but a disappointing result.

The second team had seen their only game of November end in a good 2-1 victory at Blaenavon Blues. They were on their travels again this weekend as they headed to PILCS, and again returned with all three points. Taking a 3-2 victory, the goals came from Rhys Tutton, Tom York and Ieuan Norman, as they leapfrogged the hosts in the league table, rising to a creditable sixth. With two home games before Christmas the young side will be looking to end the year on a high and climb at least one more place, starting next week against Cwmffrwdoer Sports. The firsts meanwhile head to Cefn Fforest, looking to get back to winning ways.