THERE are some home comforts at last for Gresford to look forward to.

They have made a brilliant start to the Premier League campaign, with three wins out of three on their travels, with tomorrow's visit of Llandudno marking the first home encounter of the campaign.

While Gresford's fast start to the season sees them in third spot, just two points behind leaders Menai Bridge, things were far from straight forward during last weekend's derby success versus Llay.

Gresford skipper Matt Thompson, who hit a vital half-century, said: "We didn't bat as well as we had done in the first two weeks.

"But the bowlers did well."

Chris Ellwood claimed his second five-wicket return of the season, taking his tally of victims to 13 from the first three games.

There were also three wickets for Cam Evans as Gresford continued their superb start.

On the match against Llandudno, Thompson added: "It's our first home game, which is good.

"We have won three of three away.

"It's nice to be back at home and it should be a good game.

"They have won two of their first three and they have got some good players."

Cam Evans is unavailable for Gresford, as is opener Jack Bunkell, but Joe Benson will slot into the top of the order.

It's already been an exciting week for Gresford as their Dave Jones T20 competition final with Northop Hall ended in a tie.

Northop will be aiming to return to winning ways tomorrow.

The unbeaten start to the campaign was halted by a loss versus St Asaph and Richie Walker's outfit, fourth in the table, pay a visit to Pontblyddyn for a big encounter.

If you're going to return to form as a batsmen, there are not many better places to do it than Elwy Grove Park.

The home of defending champions St Asaph is renowned as one of the best batting tracks around and Llay skipper Tom Crewe is hoping the top order can return to form in tomorrow's testing encounter.

"Our main run scorers haven't been performing," said Crewe.

"I'm not expecting us to get a result there.

"Just to gain some points would be good for us.

"It will be a good test and we're going there trying to get some batsmen back into form."

Nathan Humphreys and Richard Beale are back for Llay, with Michael Pritchard unavailable.

Crewe added: "We will be positive.

"It's a very good track there and if you apply yourself, there's no reason why you can't score runs."

Leaders Menai Bridge play host to Bangor tomorrow.