ALTHOUGH they missed out on taking the Division Two North crown this season, Mold can still pick up silverware.

They head to Colwyn Bay on Saturday to tackle Nant Conwy Seconds in the final of the North Wales Bowl.

Mark Padgett starts at prop in place of Ethan Roberts, with Reece Le Tissier also starting.

Elfyn Davies will return to the side in the back three and James Portsmouth captains the side from centre.

“Nant Seconds are a dangerous side and we will have to be at our best to win this game,” said Mold head coach Oli Heald.

“They have a strong set piece and pace in the backs and they will punish anything loose from us.

“It has been a frustrating season with many cancellations and our hope was that we would have a run of games before the final to build consistency, but unfortunately that hasn’t happened, so we know we need to start fast and and training for the last week has all been about clarity of our roles and raising the tempo of the game.”

Tomorrow also sees the final of the North Wales Cup at Colwyn Bay, with Nant Conwy taking on Pwllheli.

In Division One North, Bala host COBRA.

The European Cup quarter-finals take centre stage this weekend but all Welsh rugby fans have to look forward to is a derby clash between Ospreys and Dragons in the United Rugby Championship on Sunday.

There are four French sides left in the Champions Cup with Toulouse making the trip to Munster tomorrow while La Rochelle tackle Montpelier and Racing 92 host Sale on Sunday.

Premiership leaders Leicester entertain URC front-runners Leinster in tomorrow’s tie of the round while in the Challenge Cup, Gloucester hosts Saracens tonight and London Irish visit Toulon on Sunday.

Tomorrow’s other ties: Edinburgh v Wasps; Lyon v Glasgow.

Cardiff are also in URC action tonight with Zebre the visitors to the Arms Park.