WREXHAM will be doubling up as they return to league action tomorrow.

Not only do they tackle hosts Colwyn Bay in Division Two (North), the match is turning into a double header as a North Wales Bowl contest.

It promises to be a fiercely contested match, after both sides managed to win their opening league contests of the season a fortnight ago.

Wrexham recovered from a 14-13 deficit to turn things around and triumph 41-14 at Welshpool two weeks ago.

Olly Dodd and Lloyd Roberts both grabbed a brace of tries in the opening day win - and the duo will be key figures for the trip to Colwyn Bay.

Wrexham squad: Jamie Weston, Mike Moore, Ethan Prosser, Luke Thornhill, Jay Andrews, Blake Turner, Ben Martin, Thom Crossman, Jordan Rogers, Rob Moore, Richard Spencer, Jack Partington, Jacob Hughes, Sam Chapman, James Price, Olly Dodd, Jak Felsbergs, Nick Dodd, Lloyd Roberts, Rhys Davies.

Colwyn Bay go into the match after holding on to defeat Mold in their opening contest.

Mold will target their first Division Two (North) win of the season tomorrow as they host Abergele.

"We are looking strong for the weekend in both teams," said Mold coach Oli Heald.

"The boys know that the performance against Colwyn Bay wasn't acceptable and although we played well second half, we can't afford to start games 14-0 down every week.

"We are starting to get a bit of continuity into the team which is helping our set piece and the plan this weekend is to build off that and go back to basics.

"We are still struggling for scrum halves a position that was so crucial for all our plays two years ago, so we have had to adapt and change the way we play slightly."

Heald added: "We were very naive against Colwyn Bay, especially the way we defended so we are looking to ensure we get our defensive structure right and build from that.

"I think this season a lot of teams are going back to the drawing board and looking to build for next season and that is what we are planning.

"Hopefully this weekend you will see a new refreshed Mold team."

A first win of the season is also the aim of Shotton, who welcome Teirw Nant Conwy.

Other fixtures: Bangor v Rhyl; Newtown v Welshpool.

There's a big derby lined-up in Division Three (North), with Wrexham seconds heading to Rhos.

A Flintshire duo will hope to make the most of home advantage.

Pwllheli seconds are the visitors for Flint and Mold seconds tackle Holyhead.

Other fixtures: Llangefni 2nds v Menai Bridge; Machynlleth v Llanidloes.

Division 1 (North): Bala v Pwllheli; Bethesda v Llangefni; Caernarfon v Dolgellau; Denbigh v COBRA; Llandudno v Bro Ffestiniog, Nant Conwy v Ruthin.

Division 4 (North): Porthmadog v Rhyl & District 2nds; Llandudno 2nds v Newtown 2nds; Bala 2nds v Caernarfon 2nds.

It's winner takes all in the Welsh Premiership Cup.

RGC host Pontypridd at Eirias Park tomorrow with a place in the next stage at stake.

With the top-four sides from both the east and west groups going though, RGC currently sit in fourth position in the east section with 21 points.

Pontypridd are just behind them on 19 points.