DAVID LLOYD could make two appearances in North Wales over the next 10 days.

The Glamorgan all-rounder, currently playing in the County Championship against Durham, may head back to his home in Wrexham for a North Wales XI versus South Africa XI charity match at Connah's Quay on Sunday.

Ex-Brymbo ace Lloyd will line up for the North Wales side if he's selected to represent Glamorgan in their County Championship Division Two encounter with Warwickshire starting on August 29.

Should Lloyd feature he will play alongside captain Robbie Marshall, Brymbo duo Dan Parry and Ben Roberts, Menai Bridge's Jack Gower and Dion Holden, Andrew Swarbrick of Chirk, Gresford all-rounder Chris Ellwood, Denbigh's Harrison Jones and St Asaph pair Jason Foulkes and Will Ryan.

In the opposition camp for the 40-over per side clash, which starts at midday and will feature powerplays, leg-side wides and free hits, will be Connah's Quay quartet Martin Burger, Darren Leach, David Fox and Matt Redinger.

Joining the Flintshire-based players are the likes of Pwllheli's Jason Underwood and Keegan Armstrong of Llandudno with Wesley Briggs, Ray Doyle, Philip Thompson and Gaz van Heerden.

Captain Burger is looking forward to an entertaining day, saying: "If the weather is good it will be an absolutely cracking day.

"It should be very exciting for young players in the area to watch such a high quality match featuring some of the best players in the North Wales League."

The day is designed to raise money for Care and Repair North East Wales. The community benefit society provides help to keep people in their own homes with a variety of different services.

Care and Repair have recently acquired the former Shotton Steel Sports and Social Club and have ambitious plans to make it a thriving inter-generational community space that provides activities, sports and support services.

Care and Repair will be at Central Park on Sunday to help and advise people, while there will be a range of raffles, bouncy castle, BBQ's and a disco at night.