WHO will be the Kings of the North this weekend?

There's a big representative match-up at Menai Bridge on Sunday, with two North Wales teams coming up against each other.

All 22 players on show will want to stake a claim to be in the North Wales team that takes on Cumbria in mid-May.

One team contains the Gresford pairing of Danny Williams and Matt Thompson, alongside Brymbo skipper Dan Parry.

In the other line-up are Gresford's Chris Ellwood, plus Brymbo pair Joe Norman and Connor Davies.

What state will Seth Agard be to play cricket this weekend?

The promising top order batsman flies over from Barbados this evening, ready for tomorrow's home clash with Pontblyddyn.

"Fly eight hours overnight on a plane and land and then go and play," said Brymbo skipper Dan Parry.

"To be fair to Seth, he's looking forward to it.

"It's his decision that he will play."

Brymbo started their campaign with a 28-run loss at defending champions St Asaph and Parry added: "To be fair, it ebbed and flowed.

"We started the game being on top and we took two wickets before they had scored a run."

Mohamed Nilam Jayman started the season in great fashion, with an innings of 116 and three wickets.

Fraser Smellie is unavailable tomorrow and looking ahead to the Pontblyddyn game, Parry stressed: "They're a good side, led by Rhysy.

"They will be up for the fight.

"They walked the league in Division One and they're going to be no mugs."

Pontblyddyn's return to Premier Division action began with a thumping 147-run win over Pwllheli.

"We were made up," said Pont skipper Rhys Jones.

"We didn't expect to do it that easily.

"The first games are very tough.

"You don't know what it's going to be like."

Pontblyddyn didn't have any pre-season contests, so that makes the opening day triumph even more pleasing.

Looking forward to tomorrow, Jones added: "Brymbo will be a hard game.

"They're a good side with lots of good players.

"But we can go there confident and hopefully give them a game."

Pontblyddyn will be without Chris Moss and Michael Littler.

Chris Myles and Ed Jones, who has hit a brilliant knock of 150 in the Premier Division in the past, could come in.

Llay, beaten by Mold in their first match, host Northop, who claimed a big win at Bangor.

Llay skipper Tom Crewe said: "Some positives last week with the bat with Jacob Roberts and Ethan Griffiths going well.

"Our bowling was disappointing and we'll need to improve significantly to gain some points against Northop.

"Team the same as last week beside Huw Jones and Jack Birch replacing Mike Pritchard and Alan Jones.

St Asaph will look for their second win of the season as they host Bangor, while Menai Bridge head to Pwllheli.

Elsewhere, Llandudno welcome Mochdre.