A slot in round four of the WRU Plate is the aim of high-flying Newcastle Emlyn of League 1 West this weekend when visiting the Amman Valley to take on Brynaman of League 1 West Central.

The teams have not clashed since they were league rivals some 15 years ago and both sets of supporters are looking forward to the tie.

After lowering the colours of reigning League 1 West champions Felinfoel at the weekend Emlyn are the only unbeaten side and although there is a long way to go followers are already licking their lips at the prospect of a league and cup double.

In round one the Red and Whites disposed of fellow leaguers Hendy 27-17 at Dol Wyber and were at home in the second round when emerging 55-0 winners over Nantgaredig.

In stark contrast Brynaman have had two walkovers to date after opponents failed to fulfil fixtures.

As it stands Brynaman, who attempt to play an open, attacking game, occupy eighth position in the league having won two and lost two games under head coach Mike Lewis.

The club was dealt a blow recently when skipper and prop Ian Magnum was forced to retire after suffering a back injury and he has been succeeded by outside half Craig Jones.

Club secretary Eric Griffiths said: “We are looking forward to hosting Newcastle Emlyn again after all these years. Everyone is looking forward to the game and hopefully we’ll have a sizeable crowd.”