BRYMBO are determined to keep their own house in order as they bid for Premier Division survival.

James Claybrook’s side entertain Denbigh tomorrow with 14 points separating them and second from bottom Pontblyddyn, who make their way to Gresford.

Brymbo could do with a favour from their Wrexham rivals, but Claybrook is focused on beating Denbigh before worrying about results elsewhere.

“We have the best side we’ve managed to put out all year tomorrow, so I have every confidence we can get the win we need,” said Claybrook, who welcomes back CJ Craven, George Bourne and Shashika Chiran.

“Denbigh aren’t playing for anything, but I still expect them to be strong and it will be a tough game. Gresford could do us a favour on Saturday which would be great, but firstly we need to keep our own house in order and get the job done.”

Key to Brymbo’s victory chances tomorrow is Mohamed Nilam Jayman, who produced a fantastic performance in defeat at Pwllheli last weekend.

Jayman followed up 4-45 with the ball by hitting 82 at the top of the order, but with no other batsmen passing 13, Brymbo slipped to a 57-run loss.

The all-rounder has 490 runs and 27 wickets this season, a haul that earned the praise of skipper Claybrook, who said: “Jayman has been brilliant for us with bat and ball all season and will have played a massive part if we stay up.

“He played fantastically last week, and we really should have won after an innings like that.”

In an ideal world, Gresford captain Daniel Williams would like both Brymbo and Pontblyddyn to stay up - but that doesn’t appear an option with ninth placed St Asaph, who entertain rock-bottom Connah’s Quay tomorrow, 34 points clear of the drop zone.

On the home clash with Pontblyddyn, Williams added: “It’s nice to be going into the run-in in a position of safety. We can enjoy our cricket and the last few games.”

Bangor could be crowned champions tomorrow if they thrash Pwllheli and Northop win heavily at Menai Bridge, while Llandudno host Mochdre.

Llay Welfare will be out to keep their Division One title dreams alive tomorrow as they entertain leaders Conwy, who are 15 points clear with three games remaining.

There is also a potential Division Two title showdown as second placed Halkyn host Bangor Seconds, who are three points clear at the summit.

And it’s a similar story in Division Three as Abergele Seconds know only a sizeable victory over St Asaph Seconds - currently 23 points clear at the top - will keep their promotion hopes alive.

Division Four leaders Caernarfon, nine points clear of Conwy Seconds, entertain Dolgellau Seconds knowing a big home win will leave them with one hand on the trophy.

Other fixtures - Division One: Bethesda v Gwersyllt; Carmel v Llanrwst; Dolgellau v Bersham; Hawarden v Mold; Ruthin v Abergele.

Division Two: Buckley v Marchwiel; Halkyn v Bangor 2nds; Mochdre 2nds v Gresford 2nds; M Isa and Maeshafn v Corwen; Northop 2nds v Llay 2nds.

Division Three: Abergele 2nds v St Asaph 2nds; Connah’s Quay 2nds v Gwersyllt 2nds; Denbigh 2nds v Carmel 2nds; Mold 2nds v M Isa and Maeshafn 2nds; Pontblyddyn 2nds v Hawarden Park 2nds; Pwllheli 2nds v Buckley 2nds.

Division Four: Caernarfon v Dolgellau 2nds; Conwy 2nds v Halkyn 2nds; Llanrwst 2nds v Ruthin 2nds; Marchwiel 2nds v Llandudno 2nds; Rhewl v Bethesda 2nds.