Roundup of action from across the county by League Secretary Peter Williams

M.B.A. Cup - 2nd Round
Looks like most games washed out but not had official notification of some cancellations or of rearranged dates. We need these sorted as soon as possible guys.
Only two results received were Beaufort winning at Panteg Park and Chepstow winning at Monmouth.

M.B.A. Division 1
R.T.B. Ebbw Vale continue to impress winning at Abertillery to stay top but still being chased by Machen who toppled Beaufort. Bedwas move into third after an impressive win against Chepstow and Crosskeys had a much needed win at Blackwood.

M.B.A. Division 2
Croesyceiliog setting the pace here with another win against Rhymney Gwent and Brynmawr go second after a good win against Cwmbran while Newbridge and Bedwellty fought out a drawn match sharing shots and points equally.

M.B.A. Division 3
Pontnewydd return to winning ways scoring an astonishing 130 shots against Caerleon to stay top, Llanhilleth go second after a one shot victory over Blaenavon. Pontypool Park Girlings also won a tight match by two shots at Rhymney Royal and New Tredegar had a good win at home to Six Bells.

M.B.A. Division 4
Panteg House move top after a one shot win over Firbank, who slip to second. Whiteheads recent improvement continued by beating Oakdale and move up to third.

M.B.A. Division 5
Ynysddu continued their 100% record but only after a very tight battle at Newport Athletic and a narrow two shot victory. Standard slip to second after being well beaten at Gilwern, Panteg Park remain third after a big win at Garndiffaith while Beechwood beat Monmouth.

G.B.L. Division 1
Croesyceiliog bounced back this week winning at R.T.B. Ebbw Vale to stay top. Pontymister Athletic remain second after a narrow victory at Caldicot. Crickhowell move third after a one shot victory over Newbridge and there were much needed wins for Chepstow and Blackwood.

G.B.L. Division 2
Pontymister Welfare stay top after winning at Bedwellty with Blaina second after a big win at Pontypool Park Girlings. Abergavenny came out on top in the battle of the Abers, beating Abertillery.

Peter Williams
M.B.A. League Secretary