IT’S unlikely to be a 3pm finish as Mold host Brymbo tomorrow!

Mold’s bowlers were brilliant as they made sure of that early finishing time in last weekend’s win over Pwllheli.

“It was very good to watch from a wicket-keeper’s perspective,” said Mold skipper George Deniz. “We were ruthless.”

Mold were back in the bar by 3pm, but they’ll be looking at the long haul at home to Brymbo.

“It’s going to be a different type of challenge,” added Deniz. They’re doing well and they’ve got a good team. It will be our biggest test this season.”

More of the same is the message from Brymbo skipper Dan Parry following last weekend’s success versus Mochdre.

“The bowlers did a fantastic job last week,” said Parry. “Joe Norman’s opening spell was nothing short of superb, dismissing four of the top five batsmen.

“To round this off, Seth Agard batted really well. He didn’t have to score quickly and preserved his wicket to take us to victory.”

Jordan Williams, who impressed on his debut last Saturday, is unavailable and he’ll be replaced by Mohamed Nilam Jayman

Hawarden Park will look to keep hold of their position in the Division One promotion places tomorrow as they head to Marchwiel and Wrexham.

Park have opened the season with four wins out of four and skipper Jamie Brailsford said: “We’ve had a pretty consistent side out for the last four games.

“That’s apart from last week, when we missed four players and we won 15-0, so it’s pleasing.

“We brought up three under-16s who all contributed and we couldn’t have asked for more.”

Ian Martin, Tom Norris, Adam Cross and Daniel Sprake all return for Hawarden Park tomorrow.

Third-placed Halkyn will look to continue their 100 per cent winning start at Dolgellau, while Gwersyllt Park, in fifth, go to leaders Denbigh.

Connah’s Quay welcome Abergele and Buckley have home advantage over Bangor Seconds and Llanrwst host Conwy.