WHEN things are tough, they tend to be really tough!

Llay are finding that out at present in the Premier Division.

There were fears Llay would have to forfeit last weekend's contest at Pwllheli, but they made the trip with 10 players and picked up two points.

Llay should get 11 players out tomorrow, but the match is at home to league leaders Menai Bridge!

Returning to the side will be Jacob Roberts, Ethan Griffiths, Dave Phennah, David Wright and Huw Jones.

Skipper Tom Crewe said: "Getting an XI this week shouldn't be too difficult, but obviously we're up against a top quality side in Menai Bridge.

"Hoping we can continue to stay positive despite the troubles we're having and give them a decent, competitive game."

Pontblyddyn skipper Rhys Jones is back for tomorrow's trip to Mochdre after a spell out with a broken toe.

This trip comes after another one to leaders Menai Bridge, which saw Pontblyddyn pick up two points.

"The people that went there did very, very well," said Jones.

"It was good to see."

The likes of Mike Littler, Chris Moss and Ben Mason remain out.

Jones wants to see victories over the next couple of weeks, starting with the trip to Mochdre.

"I think we've got to win the next two games," he added.

Mold are looking for a massively improved performance as they host defending champions St Asaph.

"St Asaph are probably the best team in the league, but you never know on the day," said Mold skipper George Deniz.

Last time out, they were skittled for only 54 during their derby trip to Northop.

"On Saturday, we weren't good enough," added Deniz.

"We didn't play like a team should be in this league.

"It was just an off day.

"We're going to try and make sure it doesn't happen again."

It is likely to be a similar Mold side tomorrow, with Tom North coming back into the line-up.