WREXHAM and RGC go for cup glory tomorrow.

Division Two North title-chasers Wrexham make the long trek to St Clears in the Welsh Bowl while a place in the Welsh Premiership Cup quarter-finals is RGC’s goal as they host Pontypridd.

“We’re really looking forward to heading down south for the big cup game,” said Wrexham number eight Jack Harrison.

“The last few years we’ve always been at home and we haven’t had a great record. All the games have been tight, but we always seem to come out just on the wrong side. Last time it was a 79th minute drop goal that knocked us out by a point.

“We’ve been in pretty decent form so far this season, as have St Clears so it should make for a pretty good game.

“Usually you’d expect teams down there to chuck the ball around a bit more than they do up here, which is what we like to do too, so it could be a good watch.”

RGC host Pontypridd and the winners of this clash will go through to the last eight to face Llandovery.

RGC’s Danny Cross said: “For the players the job is really clear, we win and we go through, so really this has a cup knockout feel to it already.

“It’s been a mixed bag for us in 2022, and we know that we need to raise our game on Saturday.

“It was a close-run match last time at Ponty, as they edged the win so we expect another close one this week.

“With that in mind, it is about making sure we do the basics right and put ourselves in a position to win.”

Following a heavy league defeat to Cardiff last weekend, head coach Ceri Jones is looking for a response from his side.

“We need to look at ourselves and do better, Cardiff will be there or thereabouts at the end of the season and that is where we want to be... but we need to reach that level by performing well,” he said.

In the preliminary round of the Welsh Plate, in-form Bala will host Bonymaen tomorrow.

Aberystwyth host Bethesda, with the winners at home to the victors of the Bala-Bonymaen tie in February.

Two North Wales sides have home advantage in the Welsh Shield.

Division Three North leaders Ruthin Seconds tackle Bettws and Holyhead take on South Gower.

There are two matches in Division Three North tomorrow as Rhosllanerchrugog welcome Machynlleth and Mold Seconds host Denbigh Seconds.

The pool matches in the European Champions Cup come to an end this weekend.

Scarlets host Bristol tomorrow, Cardiff are in Toulouse while Ospreys head to Sale on Sunday.

English Premiership leaders Leicester have home advantage over Bordeaux tomorrow.

Tomorrow’s other ties: Bath v Leinster; Ulster v Clermont Auvergne; Glasgow v La Rochelle; Sunday: Racing 92 v Northampton; Montpellier v Exeter; Stade Francais v Connacht; Munster v Wasps. Tonight: Harlequins v Castres.

Tonight’s Challenge Cup ties: Lyon v Benetton; Edinburgh v Brive. Tomorrow: Zebre v Worcester; Toulon v Newcastle; Gloucester v Perpignan.