SOMETHING has to give tomorrow in the battle for the Division One title.

It's a massive weekend for third-placed Hawarden Park, who welcome leaders Denbigh.

The Vale of Clwyd side have won eight from eight so far this season, with Park victorious in all seven of their matches.

Skipper Jamie Brailsford said: "Tom Norris and Chris Geary come in.

"Someone's unbeaten run comes to an end this week!"

A vital spell will begin for Halkyn tomorrow.

Still with a 100 per cent winning record in Division One, Ben Roberts' second-placed side head to Gwersyllt Park.

After this, games with promotion rivals Conwy, Hawarden Park and Denbigh are on the horizon, but Roberts isn't looking beyond the next match.

In place Jack Hawkins is Gareth Fox, with Roberts saying: "He's only 80 per cent fit, so he says he won't be running any quick singles!"

Connah's Quay, well beaten at Marchwiel and Wrexham last Saturday, will look for a better outcome at Llanrwst, while Marchwiel and Wrexham go to Buckley.

Elsewhere, Bangor Seconds welcome Conwy and Abergele head to Dolgellau.

Turning to the Premier Division and Brymbo will welcome Ben Roberts back for tomorrow's clash at home to Pwllheli.

The seam bowler returns to club after a spell playing in the Birmingham League with Oswestry and Bridgnorth.

"We have got to go for the win and as many points as we can," said skipper Dan Parry ahead of the match.

Brymbo, who will be without vice-captain Connor Davies, were bundled out for only 102 in a rare batting failure at Llandudno last time out.

"I just don't think we managed the conditions well," added Parry.

"All the lads weren't happy with it.

"That was, at the time, our strongest XI."

Batting concerns are the main preoccupation for Gresford at the moment.

For the last two weeks, they have been below-par with the bat and skipper Matt Thompson will be wanting to put this right at home to Northop tomorrow.

"For the last two weeks, the batting hasn't been up to standard," said Thompson.

Last Saturday, Gresford were bowled out for just 112 at Bangor, but they went close to an unlikely win as they then took eight wickets before the Gwynedd side crept to their target.

"We bowled and fielded really well," added Thompson.

"That's probably the best we have bowled and fielded all season."

Looking ahead to tomorrow, Thompson said: "We usually have close games versus Northop.

"I know they're only a place below us in the league, so that's our motivation to stay above them in the table."

Gresford will welcome all-rounder Jack Bunkell back into the line-up, while Northop expect to be at full strength for the contest.

Northop go into the match on the back of a crushing nine-wicket derby success versus Mold last time out.

Elsewhere, Llandudno will host Bangor.

Division 2: Bersham v Bethesda; Carmel & District v Hawarden Park 2nds; Menai Bridge 2nds v Caernarfon; Northop 2nds v Gresford 2nds; Ruthin v Mochdre 2nds; St Asaph 2nds v Mold 2nds.

Division 3: Abergele 2nds v Brymbo 2nds; Bethesda 2nds v Buckley 2nds; Connah's Quay 2nds v Gwersyllt Park 2nds; Conwy 2nds v Pontblyddyn 2nds; Denbigh 2nds v Ruthin 2nds; Pwllheli 2nds v Mynydd Isa and Maeshafn.

Division 4: Halkyn 2nds v Carmel & District 2nds; Hawarden Park 3rds v Corwen; Marchwiel and Wrexham 2nds v Llanrwst 2nds.