Hawarden Park and Gresford have set their sights on winning runs in an attempt to escape relegation from the Premier Division.

Gresford became the first team to beat Menai Bridge this season last week as they ended a four-match losing run, although they remain just seven points clear of the drop zone.

Boosted by their win at Menai Bridge, Gresford captain Chris Ellwood is looking to back that up with victory at Llandudno tomorrow afternoon.

"It was a great win for us," declared Ellwood. "It's the second year on the bounce we have won there, so we like that ground.

"We are confident we can beat anyone on our day, it's just about going into games with confidence and focus and stringing some results together."

Hawarden were unable to secure back-to-back wins for the first time this season as they followed up their success over Chirk with a five-wicket defeat at Pwllheli.

The Flintshire side are expected to name a strong XI for the visit of St Asaph tomorrow and captain Ian Martin is hopeful of victory, which could be the catalyst his side need to get themselves out of trouble.

"We didn’t bat well enough at Pwllheli, even on a poor pitch, but we bowled and fielded really well and the attitude of the players is top notch," said Martin, whose side are 22 points adrift of safety with nine games of the season remaining.

"We all believe we can put a run of victories together to get out of the relegation zone and in the coming weeks we will be boosted by inproved availability.

"We know St Asaph are a decent side, but we feel we can get something from the game if we perform to our best."

Bangor v Menai Bridge

Denbigh v Pwllheli