WREXHAM coach Alan Jenkins believes his side will have to adapt their playing style for today’s Welsh Bowl clash at Holyhead.

A perfect start to the campaign has seen the Bryn Estyn Lane side notch three successive victories in Division Two North, with an impressive win at Nant Conwy seconds last time out.

Tries from Troy Roberts, Chris Burgoyne and Jamie Weston secured a 20-0 success as the visitors’ impressive attacking options underlined their title credentials this term.

Wrexham now turn their attention to their pursuit of a trophy as they face Division Three opposition on Anglesey, with Jenkins keen to build on last week’s away success.

He said: “Holyhead away is going to be something a bit different for us.

“It’s a fairly small pitch up there so we’ll have to adapt the style of our game a fair bit.

“We like to play an open, expansive game but obviously that won’t be possible up there.

“I think last week was a good warm up for it though and it should serve us well for another testing fixture.

“Nant Conwy had a tough set of forwards who were happy to take it to us through the pack, but we carried well and put in some big hits.

“We’re expecting something similar from Holyhead this weekend. We gave away too many penalties at the breakdown last week so that’s been an area for us to look at in training and now we’re really looking forward to the game.

“I think we’ll have a similar team out as last week with some of the players carrying slight injuries likely to feature in the seconds’ team game.

“Hopefully they’ll get a bit of game time and be back in the frame for the next league game on October 13.”

The victory at Conwy last weekend was a real family affair as the visitors’ s boasted four sets of brothers among their 23-man squad.

That feat will not be repeated this weekend however, with Olly Dodd unavailable and unable to line up alongside brother Nick.

The weekend’s other second round fixtures see Rhyl visit mid-Wales side Cobra, Colwyn Bay at home to Abergele, Bangor visit Dolgellau, and Denbigh seconds at home to Pwllheli seconds.

After crashing out of the Welsh Plate competition with a 39-18 reverse at Bala last weekend, Mold resume their Division One campaign at Caernarfon today.

The Flintshire club have struggled in the early stages of the season after defeats against Llandudno and Ruthin were followed up by an 18-all home draw with Bala.

Caernarfon’s league form has been equally patchy but they head into the contest encouraged by their 33-31 Plate triumph at Llangefni last weekend.

Elsewhere in the division, leaders Nant Conwy entertain Pwllheli, Bala host Bro Ffestiniog, Llandudno go to Denbigh while Ruthin entertain Llangefni.

In the weekend’s only scheduled Division Three clash, Flint head to Benllech.

Flint head coach Aled Davies insists that preparations for the game have been productive and that his side are fully focused on securing their first win this term.

He said: “The boys brimming in confidence. There has been a focus on defence this week in training with the coaching staff putting the lads through some tough physical drills.

“Our aim is to implement a physical and aggressive defensive structure.

“I’m pleased that the players are responding in the sessions put on by our defence coach . We’re focused on a bonus point win this weekend”

In the North Wales Seconds League today, Flint visit Wrexham, while Llandudno head to Bala, Dolgellau host Rhyl and Ruthin host Bethesda.