WREXHAM are having to become away day specialists in their quest to claim the Division Two (North) crown.

Yet to play a home match since the league got underway last month, Wrexham's third consecutive away match sees them pay a visit to Abergele tomorrow.

This comes on the back of triumphs at Welshpool and Colwyn Bay.

Team manager Nick Partington said: "Colwyn Bay was a heck of a game.

"We won 10-0, but the wind was terrible.

"It was blowing a gale and you couldn't play much rugby."

Two tries from Nick Dodd made sure Wrexham kept their 100 per cent winning record intact.

Next up is a trip to an Abergele outfit that has won one and lost one in the league so far this season.

They opened their campaign in terrific fashion with victory versus Bangor, however they were defeated by Mold last time out.

Looking further ahead, Wrexham can look forward to a trip to South Wales in the new year.

In the next round of the Welsh Bowl, they will pay a visit to St Clears.

This tie will be played on January 22.

Turning back to Saturday's action in the league and a second Division Two (North) success of the season is Mold's target as they head to Rhyl & District.

There's home advantage for Shotton Steel as they welcome Newtown.

Other fixtures: Colwyn Bay v Welshpool; Teirw Nant Conwy v Bangor.

A big derby is the pick of the fixtures in Division Three (North).

Wrexham seconds will play host to Mold seconds, while Rhos welcome Denbigh seconds.

A long trip is in store for Flint as they go to Menai Bridge.

Other fixtures: Holyhead v Machynlleth; Llanidloes v Llangefni 2nds; Pwllheli 2nds v Ruthin 2nds.

There will be a battle of two undefeated teams at Cae Ddol tomorrow.

Ruthin will play host to Llandudno, with both teams defending 100 per cent winning records so far this season.

There is a top-of-the-table meeting as leaders Pwllheli head to third-placed Llangefni.

Other fixtures: Bro Ffestiniog v Denbigh; COBRA v Caernarfon; Dolgellau v Bethesda; Nant Conwy v Bala.

It's a weekend off from Division Four (North) action for Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant, who beat hosts Dolgellau seconds 18-17 in the North Wales Shield last time out.

Wynn Jones' penalty won it from the last play of the tie.

Bro Gwernant head coach Gwyndaf Davies said: “I’m very pleased we were able to kick on from a strong performance at Denbigh with a great win away at Dolgellau.

"I thought they were very good in the first half particularly at the breakdown and the scrum, and were physical throughout the game.

"I was pleased how we handled their scrum in the second half and our decision making was much better at the breakdown.

"We changed tactics second half and tried to play wider to stretch them more which worked in the end, and our fitness was much better towards the end of the game.

"It is pleasing to see our youngsters coming through and I thought Ryan Edwards was solid again at full back and Wynn Jones looked dangerous all game and showed great composure to slot the winning kick.”