TOP spot in Division Two North is the prize for both Wrexham and their hosts Nant Conwy seconds tomorrow.

With three-wins-out-of-three so far this season, third-placed Wrexham should feel confident ahead of their trip to second-placed Nant, who are level on points with current leaders Mold.

“It’s a massive game,” said Wrexham’s number eight Jack Harrison. “We’re the only unbeaten team still in the league and we know that Nant are going to be fired up to try and put an end to that.

“They got the better of us in the cup game before Christmas, hopefully we can right that wrong this weekend.

“I don’t think we’ve been playing or performing anywhere near our best. Hopefully we can put together a proper performance and get a good result against a strong Nant team.

“We had a good break for Christmas and have been back in this week and the boys are looking sharp. There’s a few areas of the game that we’ve been focusing on and now it’s time for us to execute.

“If we can get those things right, it should put us in a good position to try and get a positive result.”

Mold were scheduled for a derby clash at Shotton Steel, but this has been postponed.

Mold seconds are in Division Three North action at Machynlleth where first team coach Oli Heald will be a more-than-interested spectator.

“A trip down to Machynlleth is always tough, often the players are put off by the long trip to face a team that is always strong at home,” said Heald.

“However, testament to the spirit of the team and the squad we are building, excluding the players who would have played Shotton, we have 25 players to pick from for the trip.

“Myself and the other senior coaches who normally don’t get to watch the seconds play a lot are looking forward to going down to Mach and watching.

“We are particularly looking forward to seeing how Seth Geary goes at 10 after his return from Anselmians and how some of the future stars such as Calum Say, Jack Lawrence and Max Whatmough go.”

Flint are scheduled to host Wrexham seconds in Division Three North, with Rhosllanerchrugog making the lengthy trek to Llangefni seconds.

Other Division Two fixtures: Abergele v Colwyn Bay; Bangor v Newtown; Rhyl & District v Welshpool. Div Three: Denbigh 2nds v Menai Bridge; Pwllheli 2nds v Llanidloes; Ruthin 2nds v Holyhead.

Division One North leaders COBRA travel to Llangefni, while unbeaten Llandudno’s match at Denbigh has been postponed.

The match of the day sees undefeated Caernarfon at home to Nant Conwy, while fifth-placed Ruthin go to Bethesda, who are currently third.

There’s a derby clash as lowly Bala and Dolgellau meet at Maes Gwyniad, while the remaining fixture sees basement side Bro Ffestiniog going to fourth-placed Pwllheli.

RGC’s cup clash at Pontypridd has been postponed due to a Covid outbreak in the South Wales camp.