THERE won’t be a much tougher test for Cwmbran Celtic this season than the one facing Jamie Kinsella’s charges tomorrow.

Celtic, whose JD Cymru South clash with Cambrian & Clydach last Saturday was rained off, go to title challengers Haverfordwest County (kick-off 2.30pm).

The Bluebirds lost their hold on first place a week ago courtesy of a 1-0 home defeat to new leaders Swansea University.

Kinsella and co will be hoping they aren’t on the end of a County backlash, as the hosts look to regain top spot with the students away to free-scoring Pontypridd Town.

Celtic currently sit 13th in the 16-club division, two points head of Taffs Well and five behind Llantwit Major and Undy, who meet tomorrow.

The Causeway encounter (kick-off 2pm) brings together two teams on 23 points, with Undy’s better goal difference giving them the edge in the table.

Like Celtic, Undy’s scheduled match last weekend was called off, although that was because Caerau Ely had call-ups to the Wales futsal squad.

It’s a big few days for Mark Crook’s Undy, the Monmouthshire outfit having successive six-pointers, first against Llantwit Major and then Taffs Well next Tuesday.

There were five draws in the eight Welsh League Division One fixtures last weekend, meaning the battle to avoid relegation is as tight as ever going into tomorrow’s games.

Seven points separate the bottom eight teams, with four of those from the Gwent area.

Two, Croesyceiliog and Abergavenny Town, meet tonight, before Monmouth Town host Pontardawe Town tomorrow and Aberbargoed Buds go to Garden Village.

With leaders Trefelin BGC 15 points clear, Risca United, Caldicot Town and Goytre are all in a battle for second place.

While Caldicot entertain Port Talbot Town and Goytre host Dinas Powys, Risca are in FAW Amateur Trophy quarter-final action away to Llandudno Albion.

One point separates the top four in Welsh League Division Two.

Leaders Ynysygerwn lost to third-placed Ynyshir Albions seven days ago but stayed top after a shock 6-1 thrashing for Trethomas Bluebirds at the hands of Penrhiwceiber Rangers.

It’s Trethomas at Ynyshir tomorrow, while fourth-placed Abertillery Bluebirds host Pontyclun and Ynysygerwn visit rock bottom Albion Rovers.

Chepstow Town are at Penrhiwceiber and Tredegar Town entertain Aberdare Town.

Tonight, Newport City, in fifth, host Panteg and Treowen Stars travel to Treharris Athletic Western.