IT'S a big weekend for history-making Wrexham Youth.

For the first time ever, the talented Bryn Estyn side have made it through to the final of the North Wales Youth Cup.

In the showpiece tie, they will tackle hosts Nant Conwy tomorrow (2.30pm).

Mold have the opportunity to throw the Division Two (North) title race wide open tomorrow.

In the only Division Two game of the day, third-placed Mold host leaders Teirw Nant Conwy.

Mold coach Oli Heald said: "It's been a good couple of weeks, but it's going to be a tough challenge this weekend against a Nant team flying high.

"The team spirit at the moment is the best it has been since I can remember.

"We have had some challenges, but are now starting to see the benefits of the work we put in.

"If we can impose our forward dominance at set piece, then we will be in with a good chance."

Mold, who have won two of their opening three matches, bring Ryan Kirby into the back row, while Danny Williams and Jack Lawrence start on the wings.

In Division Three (North), Wrexham seconds head to Machynlleth and Mold seconds have home advantage versus Rhos.

Flint welcome Llanidloes and Menai Bridge pay a visit to leaders Ruthin seconds.

Other fixtures: Denbigh 2nds v Pwllheli 2nds; Llangefni 2nds v Holyhead.

Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant make the trip to Caernarfon seconds in Division Four (North).

"We have been looking forward to this fixture for a number of weeks as we haven't visited this club for a number of years," said Bro Gwernant team manager Huw Evans.

"We go into the match in good form and head coach Gwyndaf Davies has some tough selections with returning university players making themselves available."

Pwllheli will look to maintain their position at the head of Division One (North) as they host Dolgellau.

Breathing down their necks are Caernarfon and Llandudno, who are at home to Bro Ffestiniog and Nant Conwy respectively.

There's a big Vale of Clwyd derby in store with Denbigh welcoming Ruthin and Bala, looking for their first win of the season, host Llangefni.

The remaining Division One (North) fixture sees COBRA at Bethesda.

Afon Bagshaw can’t wait for the Welsh Premiership season to finally swing into action tomorrow.

After months of cup action, the league kicks off with trip to Llandovery for the North Wales RGC team.

“We are coming into the league season in a fairly good place, with results and performances improving from when we kicked off the cup games in September,” Bagshaw (pictured above) told the RGC club website.

“Starting the league campaign in December feels different and we have a new set of challenges playing the teams from the West now.

“Historically games against Llandovery have been high scoring and open but results have not gone in our favour.

“The League is a shorter format this season, so all teams will be focused on getting a good start and putting some points on the table as early as possible so the first two games could set the tone for the season ahead.

“As a group we know what is needed to win games in the Premiership especially on the road – but is about making sure we hit those levels of performance to get the result.”

Tomorrow’s other fixtures: Llanelli v Cardiff; Merthyr v Ebbw Vale; Newport v Bridgend; Pontypridd v Carmarthen.