Pembrokeshire rugby - who need what today?:

Division One West:

Crymych v Kidwelly

Such is the nature of Division One West, Crymych can still finish ninth or fifth.

To have any chance of the latter though, or simply being higher than their current eighth spot, they need a five point win against Kidwelly today.

Of bigger concerns to Randal Williams and coaches though, will be getting a win to take into the Pembrokeshire KO Cup final on Friday - whilst also coming through with no fresh injury concerns.

Division Three West A:

Llangwm v Haverfordwest

These two round off the campaign with a proper derby.

Llangwm have enjoyed a good season with five wins and a draw to their name already. They will almost certainly finish eighth in the table regardless of today - with just the small matter of a long awaited win over their rivals to focus on.

A win will guarantee Haverfordwest a fourth placed finish. They'd temporarily go third, but would need Laugharne to lose both their remaining games to stay there.

Milford Haven v Llanybydder

Milford are nine points clear of second placed Aberaeron, but have two games left while their rivals have four.

The title is technically in the hands of the Mid Wales side, but they need four bonus point wins in four games to guarantee it.

Therefore, Milford simply must win with a bonus point today and push them to the wire.

Llanybydder meanwhile, lie fifth and can only move highwe if they win and Haverfordwest lose at Llangwm. If they fail to do that, then Neyland could still overtake them if they were to win their final game mext week.

Pembroke Dock Quins v Aberaeron

A string of non-fulfillments mean the Quins still have five games to go.

They lie tenth and can still technically rise two places but would need a minimum of three wins to do so. A more likely target is getting a side out to finish their season.

As mentioned, Aberaeron need a maximum 20 points from four games to be certain of the title. They'll be at Bierspool for a bonus point win and nothing less.

Willington Trophy:

St Davids v Pembroke 2nds

St Davids have finished their league season, but welcome Pembroke 2nds for what should be a hard fought one off fixture.

The sides will play for the Willington Memorial trophy, in memory of the late father and son duo Gareth and Daniel, fishermen who tragically died at St Davids's Head in late 2016.