MARK Crook’s Undy have the top half of JD Cymru South in their sights this weekend as they bid to follow up a Cwmbran Celtic double by getting the better of Ammanford tomorrow (kick-off 2.30pm).

The Causeway outfit currently sit ninth of the 16 clubs in the division, just one point down on eighth-placed Cambrian & Clydach, who host Llanelli Town, the team immediately above them in seventh.

Those two victories against Gwent rivals Cwmbran – on December 28 and last Saturday – have given Undy’s campaign a welcome shot in the arm with half the season to go.

Gareth Cullimore, James Barnes and Sam Broadribb struck to give Undy the spoils in the 3-0 success at Celtic Park just after Christmas.

And then Dan Jarman and that man Cullimore, who got the winner with 10 minutes left, were on target in a 2-1 triumph at The Causeway last time out.

As for Ammanford, they will be going for their own league double against Undy tomorrow following a 2-1 win last September thanks to Mathew Fisher and Tristan Jenkins goals.

They entertain Undy in west Wales having only played once since Christmas Day, a 3-1 home defeat of struggling Cwmamman United on December 27.

That result has left them in sixth place and with games in hand on three of the five teams above them in the standings.

Swansea University hold a slender one-point lead over Haverfordwest County at the top of the table.

Meanwhile, Celtic, in 13th place, have a huge fixture tomorrow when they travel to take on Pontypridd Town, the side in 12th.

Celtic boss Nicky Morgan and his players could well have been celebrating three points last Saturday rather than ending up with nothing.

Morgan had signed former Newport County striker Tom Meechan in the build-up to the game and, with the tie finely poised at 1-1, he nearly gave his new club the lead late on.

However, Undy went straight up the other end and Cullimore grabbed the all-important second goal for the hosts.

Morgan had also handed a debut to the experienced Lewis Sommers following his acquisition from Goytre.

Welsh League Division One strugglers Croesyceiliog will try to fire themselves up the table tonight with three points against visiting Goytre.

Fourth-placed Caldicot Town host AFC Llwydcoed tomorrow, while Monmouth Town and Abergavenny Town go to Ton Pentre and leaders Trefelin BGC respectively.

In Division Two, Newport City, who are now third, travel to second-placed Ynysygerwn with both looking to leapfrog Trethomas Bluebirds.

The most intriguing encounter of the weekend is tomorrow’s basement battle between AFC Porth and Albion Rovers, who are both without a point so far.

Abertillery Bluebirds should have too much for Aberdare Town, Panteg host Pontyclun, Chepstow Town visit Treowen Stars and Tredegar Town go to Ynyshir Albions.