THERE were positives for Brymbo to take from a competitive four-wicket defeat against leaders Menai Bridge last time out.

Tomorrow, a second league win of the season is the target for Dan Parry’s side as they head to Mochdre.

Reflecting on the Menai Bridge loss, Parry said: “We probably left a couple of runs out there.”

However, Seth Agard and James Claybrook both impressed with the bat.

“Seth has made a positive start with the bat,” added Parry.

“He’s settling in nicely.

“It’s hard in the first week with nerves, but everyone’s happy with him.”

Meanwhile, Claybrook made it back-to-back unbeaten tons and he’s averaging more than 200 so far this season!

He’s cashing in at the moment and 1,000 league runs this season could be a realistic target.

“He got close the other year and he got 900 and something,” added Parry.

Looking ahead to Mochdre, he said: “It will be an interesting game.

“They beat us at their place last year.”

Danger will come from the likes of ex-Brymbo player Stewart Williams and Matt Humphreys, with Parry adding: “It will be a good contest.”

As for selection, he added: “We’re unchanged.

“It’s good to have no selection dramas for the first team.

“It’s week four now and every week the team’s been selected on Tuesday night.

“The boys are confident and the dressing room’s positive.”

Mold expect to be strong for their latest league meeting at home to Pwllheli, with Ewan Hill now available after injury.

“We underperformed with the bat up at Llandudno but fought really well until the end and got points that might bode well come the end of the season,” said Mold captain George Deniz.

Undefeated Gwersyllt Park, Halkyn and Hawarden Park could all climb into the Division One promotion places tomorrow.

A trip to Bangor Seconds is in store for third-placed Gwersyllt Park, with Halkyn, in fourth, hosting Abergele.

Fifth-placed Hawarden Park have home advantage versus bottom-of-the-table Dolgellau.

Connah’s Quay go to Buckley, with Marchwiel and Wrexham facing a testing trip to second-placed Conwy.

The remaining match sees leaders Denbigh heading to Llanrwst.