Ending the year with retention of their League 1 West hundred per cent record and entering 2020 on top of the pile is the aim of Newcastle Emlyn on Saturday as Alex Williams and Co head north to take on fellow Ceredigion rivals Aberystwyth.

As it stands the Teifisiders, who are the only unbeaten club in the division, are a point ahead of Llangennech with Felinfoel a further point adrift in third and Hendy four points behind the leaders in fourth.

Llangennech visit improving Gorseinon where they could find difficulty getting a result, Felinfoel should prevail in a local derby against lowly Llanelli Wanderers while Hendy are sure to fancy their chance of picking up points against Crymych at Parc Lloyd Thomas.

Aberystwyth have suffered from inconsistency this term having won three and lost seven but in going down 20-10 at Dol Wyber on the second Saturday of the season they pushed their opponents and will be hoping to cause a major upset at Plascrug.

Crymych are joint bottom with Llanelli Wanderers and Pembroke but there is a feeling among followers that the Preselimen are not as bad as results and table suggest.

It would be a huge boost to morale if the north Pembrokeshire villagers could turn over Hendy and in the process help Newcastle Emlyn.

Cardigan will be intent on completing the double over League 3 West A basement boys St Davids who have lost all ten games and picked up just one point. When the rivals met at King George V Playing Field in September the Cardis won 43-8 and can be expected to bank at least four points from their journey south.