MOLD will be aiming for the perfect 10 in the most important Division Two North contest of the season tomorrow.

It’s first against fourth as Wrexham entertain Mold in a huge clash, with both sides harbouring title aspirations this season.

Front-runners Wrexham can boast a magnificent seven wins from seven matches this season, while Mold are seven points back with five wins out of six.

Mold’s head coach Oli Heald said: “We were really rusty against Newtown and were 8-0 down after 30 minutes, but we did well to get back into the game and eventually get the bonus point which sets us up nicely for the Wrexham game.

“But we know we have to be better this weekend and only a 10 out of 10 performance will be good enough.

“We were hoping to be unchanged but the win at the weekend has come at a cost and we will have to make late calls on a few players.

“Danny Williams will definitely come into the back-three to replace Elfyn Davies, who is out with an ankle sprain, but the other players we are giving until Friday to give them every chance of playing.”

Wrexham number eight Jack Harrison knows what’s at stake and said: “It’s a big game.

“Games against Mold are always a challenge and even more so this weekend considering there is a title on the line.

“We’ve got to look forward to that challenge and we know that as long as we do our job, that’s all that matters.

“If we focus on ourselves and what we need to do then that will give us the best shot at coming out on top.

“We’ve worked hard over the course of a disjointed season and have put ourselves in the best possible place to go and finish the job this Saturday.”

Second-placed Nant Conwy Seconds head to Welshpool while Rhyl & District host Abergele in a derby match-up.

There’s a lengthy trip for Rhosllanerchrugog in Division Three North as they go to Menai Bridge and Mold Seconds are also on their travels as they face Machynlleth. The other fixture sees Holyhead at home to Denbigh Seconds.

Llandudno can move to within three points of Division One North leaders Nant Conwy if they can gain maximum points at home to Pwllheli and Bro Ffestiniog go to Caernarfon.

Turning to the Welsh Premiership and fresh from their stunning comeback triumph at leaders Newport, RGC will be aiming to continue their good form at home to Pontypridd.

While Newport remain strong favourites to grab the title this season, there are also lofty aims for fourth-placed RGC, who have won five of their nine matches to date.

It’s a top-four battle in Colwyn Bay with the visit of third-placed Pontypridd.

Victory for RGC, who have two games left to play in a shortened season, will see them replace their visitors in third position.

In midweek, Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant secured a hard-fought 13-0 win at Bala Seconds.

Wrexham Youth were also in action as they were defeated 52-13 by COBRA Youth.

There’s a Welsh derby in the United Rugby Championship tomorrow with Scarlets making the trip to Cardiff while Dragons provide the only Welsh interest in Europe. They host Gloucester in the Challenge Cup tomorrow.

Premiership leaders Leicester head to Clermont Auvergne in the European Champions Cup on Sunday while there’s an all-English affair between Sale and Bristol tomorrow.

Tomorrow’s other fixtures: Bordeaux Bègles v La Rochelle; Toulouse v Ulster; Exeter v Munster; Stade Francais v Racing 92.

Tonight: Connacht v Leinster. Sunday: Montpellier v Harlequins.

Tonight’s Challenge Cup ties: Brive v Saracens; Edinburgh v Pau.

Tomorrow: Biarritz v Toulon; Newcastle v Zebre; Benetton v Perpignan.

Tomorrow’s other URC fixtures: Stormers v Bulls; Sharks v Lions.