CWMBRAN Celtic will be aiming to get back on track under new boss James Kinsella tomorrow after scoring four times against Llanelli Town last weekend and still finishing the JD Cymru South clash with nothing to show for their efforts.

Kinsella suffered his first setback as manager of the Torfaen outfit in a nine-goal thriller with the visitors from the west, as Cwmbran threw away a 4-3 lead – Tom Meechan, Jordan Meaney, Louis Feeley and Tom Neville scored – to lose 5-4 at Celtic Park.

Kinsella, who took over from Nicky Morgan earlier this month, guided Cwmbran to a superb 1-0 win at Goytre United on his debut in the Celtic hot-seat.

The Llanelli reverse means they are still 13th in the table going into tomorrow’s home encounter with Cambrian & Clydach (kick-off 2pm), five points in front of Taffs Well and the same number behind Llantwit Major.

Cambrian & Clydach, who are ninth in the table, signed striker Ryan Prosser from Merthyr Town this week.

Along with Goytre United, the Rhondda side are the draw specialists in JD Cymru South.

And with just one defeat in their last eight league fixtures, it is clear they are a tough nut to crack.

Undy were hoping to start a new month with a change in fortunes at home to Caerau Ely, the team propping up the table.

After starting January by despatching rivals Cwmbran Celtic on home soil, Mark Crook’s men then suffered defeats to Ammanford, Swansea University and Cwmamman United.

Undy now find themselves 11th in the standings, level on points with Llantwit Major and Pontypridd Town, although they do have at least one game in hand on both.

But Crook and his charges will have to wait until next Saturday to get their February run of games under way following the postponement of tomorrow’s match in Monmouthshire.

A post on the club’s official Twitter account yesterday revealed the postponement, which is down to two Caerau Ely players receiving call-ups to the Wales futsal squad.

Meanwhile, Risca United fell further behind Trefelin BGC at the top of Welsh League Division One last weekend.

A 3-0 loss to third-placed Port Talbot Town for Risca was compounded by Trefelin’s 4-2 triumph over Aberbargoed Buds.

The gap between leaders Trefelin and second-placed Risca, who do have three matches in hand, is out to 13 points.

Risca are on their travels tomorrow with a trip to Abergavenny Town, who are involved in an almighty battle against the drop at the bottom of the table.

Just six points separates the bottom eight clubs, from AFC Llwydcoed in ninth to Dinas Powys in 16th.

Croesyceiliog, Aberbargoed and Monmouth Town are also among that clutch of teams.

The Buds and Monmouth have home advantage this weekend with games against Pontardawe Town and Garden Village respectively.

Croesy go to Port Talbot, while Goytre and Caldicot Town visit Bridgend Street and Dinas Powys.

There was disappointment for Division Two title chasers Abertillery Bluebirds last Saturday as they went down 3-2 to second-placed Trethomas Bluebirds on home turf.

Lee Thomas’ men will look to bounce back tomorrow at mid-table Chepstow Town.

Newport City have tough test at home against Pontyclun, while Albion Rovers, desperate to get off the mark, are away to fellow strugglers Aberdare Town.

Treowen Stars and Tredegar Town go to AFC Porth and West End, and Panteg entertain Treharris Athletic Western.