BEDWAS v NEATH (Tomorrow, KO 2.30)

BEDWAS coach Steve Law isn’t paying too much attention to Neath’s recent struggles and lowly league placing.

The Welsh All Blacks suffered a 64-15 home humiliation at the hands of champions Pontypridd last weekend.

It means they sit eighth in the table, a strange plight for them given their recent standards, ahead of tomorrow’s clash.

Conversely, Bedwas are flying in third despite a last-gasp defeat at Aberavon last week and many will be tipping them to add to Neath’s woes.

“We are delighted with how we have started,” said Law.

“We would have taken three wins from six games but to sit third with 20 points after starting the season with 19 new players is fantastic.

“It’s a happy camp at the moment and the youngsters are doing really well alongside our more experienced campaigners.

“Hopefully we can continue our good run but we won’t be taking anything for granted against Neath, who will be looking for a reaction after coming up against a very good Pontypridd side.

“I wouldn’t read too much into where they are sitting in the table.

“Look at their side and they still have plenty of quality players and the results will start coming for them, I just hope that doesn’t start this weekend.”