The Reds make the trip to Llanelli Town this weekend as they look to make it eight wins from eight in the Genero Adran South.
The Reds come into the game on the back of two wins a 3-0 win over Caldicot Town and a 5-1 win over Swansea Uni last week. Alison Witts grabbed two goals and an assist in the win over Swansea Uni taking her tally for the season to 23.
The Reds lead the way in the Adran South and a win over Llanelli would send them five points clear at the top but manager Rhys James is only concerned about winning this game saying,
"Our incentive is always to win.
"One game at a time, we just concentrate on what's in front of us.
"We saw some real good stuff in the second half last week and we want to continue with what we've shown there across 90 minutes.
"Training has been positive again this week and we are focused on Sunday."
Llanelli Town currently sit in fifth place in the Adran South with 10 points, four off third place Cwmbran Celtic. They have picked up three wins and draw from their eight games so far this season.
They come into the game on the back of two defeats which saw them concede 10 goals. A 5-0 lose at home to Cascade was followed by a 5-1 loss at Cwmbran Celtic.
The last meeting between the side came in October 2022 when the Reds won 9-1 at Old Road in the Welsh Cup. Four goals from Jess Denscombe and a hat trick from Lowri Baker with Mollie Jones and Lucy Powell also getting on the scoresheet.
Rhys James isn't reading too much into that game as both clubs have seen changes since then.
"We can't look too much into that game because there's been changes at both clubs since then.
"We don't know too much about Llanelli, other than the results they've had this year, and they've picked up some good wins against Pontardawe and Caldicot who are no pushovers.
"I'm expecting a tough and competitive game at their place and I'm sure they'll want to take points off us too."
Competition: Adran South
Opponents: Llanelli Town
Venue: Stebonheath Park, Llanelli, SA15 1EY
Kick Off: 14:00