THERE'S another Premier Division derby encounter at Pontblyddyn, where Mold are the visitors.

Skipper Rhys Jones says Pontblyddyn, at full strength, can give anyone in the division a game at home.

However, they won't be at full strength tomorrow.

Mark Neath and vice-captain James Griffiths are not available, but there is a positive as Chris Moss returns.

Gethin Thomas will step up from the second XI to keep wicket, while second team opening bowler Ethan Roberts also comes in.

"We're not full strength, but we have got a bit of strength in depth," said Jones.

"I see Mold as a danger side.

"We won't be taking them lightly."

Mold will be close to full strength, with only Rich Crane missing through injury.

Looking back at the loss to St Asaph, skipper George Deniz said: "I was pleased with our batting performance but as for our bowling, we bowled too many bad balls and when you do that to a team like St Asaph, they will punish, which they did."

Northop, who lost out to Gresford in their last Premier Division contest, host fourth-placed Llandudno tomorrow.

They will be without Jordan Evans and Ben Beaver, but Andy Oates is expected to come back into the Northop line-up.

Halkyn will use last week's loss to Gwersyllt Park as a "wake-up call" as they get ready for their biggest test of the season tomorrow.

That was the first loss for Ben Roberts' side in 2022 and next up is a trip to unbeaten Division One leaders Denbigh.

"I wouldn't say we were complacent, but it was definitely a wake-up call," said Roberts reflecting on that loss.

Injuries meant that two separate runners were required when Halkyn batted and Gareth Fox is expected to be out for the next few weeks.

Halkyn are likely to welcome James Beresford and Ciaran Sweeney into the fold tomorrow.

Last weekend also saw Hawarden Park losing for the first time this season as they were edged out by Denbigh.

Tomorrow, they host Conwy in another key promotion encounter.

Marchwiel and Wrexham are at home to Abergele, while Buckley go to Llanrwst and Connah's Quay have home advantage versus Gwersyllt Park.

Elsewhere, Dolgellau head to Bangor Seconds.