The full list of all the blogs nominated under the various categories can be found here.
As blogs go, all three have stayed the course for a remarkably long time. Owen is the baby of this year's crop, weighing in at just over three years. Jacqui recently celebrated the fifth anniversary of her blog, while Cai has been at it for just over ten years.
Over on Blog Menai, Cai is currently having another pop at his favourite Aunt Sally, veteran journalist Gwilym Owen who reckons that S4C's decision to relocate its headquarters to Carmarthen was down in part to divine intervention by the Archbishop of Wales. Oggy Bloggy Ogwr is currently analysing childhood obesity in Wales, having recently completed an in-depth analysis of drug abuse in Wales. Jacqui, meanwhile, has just taken a look at the media and press policy of the Kremlin on the Tywi, complete with a flattering snap of Cllr Pam Palmer.
The Welsh blogging scene is alive and kicking, and all three deserve to be winners. However, recent events in Carmarthenshire have helped shine more light on the scale of the injustice done to Jacqui Thompson, and so for sheer dedication and determination not to be silenced despite everything that has been thrown at her, let's hope that Jacqui will walk off with the prize of a year-long subscription to Private Eye. The added bonus being that a win for Jacqui would also go down like a bucket of cold sick in County Hall.