WILL home comforts be of benefit to RGC as they target their first Premiership win of the season.

The North Walians began the league season with a heavy loss at Llandovery last weekend, but they'll look to put things right at Colwyn Bay's Parc Eirias as they welcome Pontypridd.

Head coach Ceri Jones said he would regroup with the RGC players as they looked to learn the lessons from the 32-3 defeat at Llandovery.

The solitary bright spot for the visitors was a first half penalty from Danny Cross.

"In the first half they played the conditions far better and that set them in a good position for the second half," admitted Jones.

"That said we did create some opportunities in that opening half but didn't take advantage, and picked the wrong option at key times.

"No matter who you play, it is always going to be difficult to win a game in these conditions when the lineout doesn't perform and then you add in the indiscipline, well it's even more of a challenge.

"The past couple of away games we conceded less than 10 penalties, today 20 plus which tells a story.

"Not keeping hold of the ball also cost us. At times we defended manfully but you can't defend for such large amounts of the game and not end up conceding.

We go away and learn from this, we have done it before so we need to do it again this week."

Unbeaten Wrexham could have taken over at the top of Division Two (North) this weekend, but tomorrow's home meeting with Rhyl & District has been postponed.

Shotton Steel will climb to fourth if they can triumph at Bangor.

Elsewhere, Welshpool host Abergele and Colwyn Bay pay a visit to Newtown.

Mold seconds are in Division Three (North) action at home to Denbigh seconds.

Mold head coach Oli Heald said: "The first two results were tough to take having to go away to Llanidloes and playing a very strong Holyhead team who, over the past few years, have been pushing promotion.

"It is a very young team and they are still trying to find their feet a bit at senior rugby and fit into the structure, but they have shown in large parts of the past three games that they are more than capable of challenging anyone in the league.

"Last week's win against Rhos has given them a lot of confidence and we want to use that as a springboard to develop and go on a bit of a run.

"Denbigh seconds will be a step up but we are confident if we can get parity up front, we can do some damage with our attack.

"The temptation with these games where the firsts have a weekend off is to flood the team with first team players but we feel the best thing for the seconds is to stick as close as we can to the team that beat Rhos last week and we have every confidence that we can go out and put on a good performance."

Also in Division Three (North), Wrexham seconds are at home to Llangefni seconds, while Flint make the long trek to Holyhead.

Other fixtures: Llanidloes v Ruthin 2nds; Menai Bridge v Pwllheli 2nds.

Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant welcome Porthmadog to Tower Fields in Division Four (North).

Team manager Huw Evans said it was sure to be a tough contest.

"Both teams have been on a similar road the last two years with establishing their respective clubs and building well to be able to enter teams into the league," said Evans.

"In addition, Bro will be launching their new kit at their first home game of the season.

"To support this, we will also be having a junior training session before the main kick-off."

The action in Division One (North) got underway last night, with Denbigh at Nant Conwy.

Tomorrow's fixtures: Bro Ffestiniog v Bethesda; COBRA v Pwllheli; Dolgellau v Llangefni; Llandudno v Bala; Ruthin v Caernarfon.

Wrexham Youth just missed out on winning the North Wales Youth Cup.

It was final opponents who prevailed by a 27-22 margin after a thrilling encounter.

Wrexham's try scorers were Ioan Craven-Jones (2), Gareth Parry and Bryn Davies.