With Tranch Utd declared last week as Division One Champions and Clydach Wasps securing the runners-up spot all that now remains in Division One is sides completing their fixtures. There is still some interest in the Division One relegation zone.

Mardy beat champions Tranch Utd at home in mid-week 4-2 which raised Mardy off the bottom, having completed their fixtures.

Race Utd are now bottom and in danger of relegation and need maximum points from their final fixture away to Usk Town on Wednesday, May 3. Mardy scorers were Michael Sage (2) and Craig Salmon (2). Tranch scorers were Chris Watkins and Richard Wakeling. MOM Mardy: Stephen Smith. MOM Tranch Utd: Kieron Green.

In mid-week Blaenavon Blues completed their fixtures with a 1-1 home draw with Panteg. Ryan Keen gave the Blues a 1-0 half time lead and James Wilkins scored to give Panteg a share of the points. MOM Blaenavon Blues: Keeper Dominic Bath. MOM Panteg: Chris Wilkins.

Goytre beat Gilwern & District 1-0, the goal scored in the 84th minute by Mike Dixon from ten yards. MOM Goytre: Ian Rosser. MOM Gilwern & District: Steve Williams.

The match between Llanarth and Govilon which was scheduled for last Tuesday was postponed as a mark of respect following the sudden death of Govilon's Asst/Secretary Mr Keith Williams. The match will now be played on Thursday, May 4.

In Division Two Pandy played twice in mid-week, winning one and losing one. On Thursday they beat Sebastopol at home, 4-2. Pandy scorers were Mark Hughes, Michael Smith, Kirk Morgan and Chris Morgan. Sebastopol scorers were Simon Heatman and Rob Whittington. MOM Pandy: Neil Gunter. MOM Sebastopol: Chris Phelps.

On Thursday Pandy lost 3-0 away to PILCS. PILCS scorers were James Ronan, Dan Morrison and Danny McGee. MOM PILCS: Mike Morrison.

MOM Pandy: Phil Davies. Pandy have an important date next Saturday, April 29, when they play Pioneer from the MBS Newport League in the final of the Gwent County FA Inter-League Club Cup, kick off 2.30pm at Goytre FC.

New Inn were playing catch-up with their fixture backlog and they recorded two magnificent wins. On Tuesday they won 3-2 at home to Llanarth B. New Inn scorers were Simon Duggan (2) and Wayne Jepson. Llanarth B scorers were Colin and Steve Morgan. MOM New Inn: Simon Duggan. MOM Llanarth B: Colin Morgan.

On Thursday evening New Inn were back in action this time away to Clydach Wasps B. New won with three goals scored by Simon Duggan, Lee Fox and Tom Morgan. MOM Clydach Wasps B: Jordan Powell. MOM New Inn: Tom Morgan.

Prescoed finished their league programme in Division Two's top position with a 7-0 win over Gilwern & District B. The Prescoed goals came from a hat-trick by Jay Roberts, Anthony Jones (2) and Dale Lent (2). MOM Gilwern B: Andy Taylor. MOM Prescoed: Dale Lent.

The first of this years semi-finals was played with PILCS beating Fairfield Utd 3-1 in the A Jones & Co Usk Benevolent Cup, played at Cwmffrwdoer FC. PILCS won their place in the final with goals by Paul Taylor, Dan Berryman plus an own goal by Gavin Rees.

On Saturday this seasons Second Division Free Press Cup kicked off with the first round being played on a home and away basis. The cup holders Prescoed chose not to defend their title so Fairfield Utd goes through to the quarter finals.

Pontypool Town B drew at home 1-1 with local rivals PILCS. Kevin Rogers scored for Pontypool and Scott Davies scored for PILCS.

Pandy won 8-2 in the first leg against Sebastopol. Pandy scorers were Neil Gunter (2), Kirk Morgan (2), Jason Osbourne, Michael Smith, Richard McCarthy and Chris Morgan. Sebastopol scorers were Same Davies and Simon Heatman.

Llanfoist earned a 5-1 first leg win over Usk Town B. Scorers for Llanfoist were Joe Morgan (2), Gareth Williams, Scott Baugh and Shaun Moss. Pat Wong netted for Usk.

Gilwern B won 3-2 away at Mardy B. Gilwern B scorers were Mark Wakeley, Steve Woods and Sion Thomas. Mardy B scorers were Gareth Staphnill and Matthew Lynch.

Clydach Wasps B won 5-1 at home against Aber Thursdays. Clydach B scorers were Jordan Powell (3), Phil Odowda and Scott Dobbs. David Mason scored the Thursdays goal.

There is a feast of quality local league football booked for the next three weeks with seven cup semi-finals and four cup finals scheduled to be played. Please keep an eye on the local press for match details.