AN away victory will begin Mold's Division Two (North) campaign in ideal fashion tomorrow.

Looking to forge a title push, it's a trip up to the coast for Mold as they tackle Colwyn Bay.

"We have had a stop start build up to the season which hasn't really helped preparation," admitted Mold coach Oli Heald.

"We have struggled to get any consistency and continuity which has affected our performances and we have struggled to get any form.

"The positives, though, is that we have managed to give lots of players first team experience who may not have been considered before."

Mold have been back in action since August, primarily in the Welsh Bowl.

This was a good warm-up for the season ahead, with the Flintshire club enjoying some good battled with Wrexham, who eventually topped the group.

Heald added: "Moving forward, our aim is to ensure we continue to develop the talented young players we have in the team and to start developing a good spine to our team and some regular combinations.

"With no promotion and relegation we want to use this season to prepare for the future and look to develop internal competition for places and a 1s and 2s that are competitive in Division Two and Three and hopefully ready for Division One if we get the opportunity in the future."

Looking ahead to tomorrow, Heald added: "Colwyn Bay is always a tough fixture.

"They have a mobile back row and some good strike runners in the backs that have caused us trouble in the past.

"They are a well organised team with a good coaching set up.

"The aim for Saturday is to set some foundations that we can build on for the rest of the season and start to bring some continuity to the side moving forward.

"It will be a very different side to what we have had before with some different names, but the new boys coming in have a bright future and we are confident that they can be competitive in this league."

An away day also begins the new Division Two (North) season for Wrexham, who head to Welshpool and continuing this visiting these, Shotton head to Rhyl & District.

Other fixtures: Abergele v Bangor, Teirw Nant Conwy v Newtown.

The pick of the opening day action in Division One (North) is at Cae Ddol, where Ruthin host local rivals Bala.

Last month, Bala won 19-10 at Ruthin in the North Wales Cup.

Bro Ffestiniog's home clash with Nant Conwy has been postponed, with a revised date of November 18 pencilled in.

Other fixtures: COBRA v Llandudno, Dolgellau v Denbigh, Llangefni v Caernarfon, Pwllheli v Bethesda.

Wrexham seconds will have to wait a while to get their Division Three (North) season underway, as the scheduled meeting with Denbigh seconds has been postponed.

Mold seconds go to Llanidloes tomorrow, with Rhos making the long trek to Holyhead.

Ruthin seconds will play host to Flint.

Other fixtures: Menai Bridge v Machynlleth, Pwllheli 2nds v Llangefni 2nds.

In North Wales League Division Four, Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant go to Bala seconds.

Meanwhile, there's a trip south as RGC look for their third win of the season in the Welsh Premiership Cup.

Their hosts tomorrow will be Newport.

There's one North East Wales Youth League match this weekend, with Denbigh at Bala tonight.