TITLE chasers St Asaph are the connection between Brymbo and Mold.

Last week, Dan Parry's Brymbo caused a major stir by handing the Saints only their second loss of the season.

Tomorrow, it's the turn of Mold to tackle St Asaph with George Deniz's team going to Elwy Grove Park.

Mold go into the match after a thumping 10-wicket triumph versus Llay last weekend and Deniz said: "We bowled really well.

"We were using the pink ball and the lads opening the bowling bowled really well.

"What was pleasing is we didn't allow them to have any partnerships."

The new pink ball suited Mold, with a bit more swing and bounce available and using a short leg proved to be a hit!

"Usman Butt was bowling and we put the short leg in for a bit of a joke," added Deniz.

"He was on four wickets at the time and the lad we put in had dropped a sitter the week before!

"We put him in there and got the catch for five wickets for Usman!"

Looking ahead to tomorrow, he added: "The way these top teams are, they bat all the way down.

"If you get the top-four, you have got to watch the rest of them.

"We will go into it confident and we will see what happens."

There's a long trek in store for Brymbo tomorrow as they go to Pwllheli.

"The lads were buzzing after the win last week," said skipper Parry.

"We went toe-to-toe with the champions and came out on top."

Victory tomorrow could see Brymbo back into the top-three and although Pwllheli are struggling, Parry is taking nothing for granted.

"Pwllheli have some very dangerous players, namely Chris Taylor and Jason Underwood," he added.

"So it's important we are at 100 per cent .

"It's the longest trip of the year for us and a couple of our lads are not available."

Alex Paterson and Ben Roberts are missing, but Ioan Craven-Jones, Sam Aplin and Ryan Collier will come into the side.

Another pivotal weekend is in store in Division One.

Hawarden Park, in fourth, face a tough ask as they head to unbeaten leaders Denbigh, while second-placed Halkyn welcome Gwersyllt Park, who are fifth.

Marchwiel and Wrexham host Buckley, while Connah's Quay have home advantage versus Llanrwst.

Elsewhere, Conwy and Abergele are both at home, versus Bangor and Dolgellau respectively.