BRYMBO could not be in better shape as they prepare for their toughest away day of the summer.

Tomorrow, Dan Parry’s side head west as they travel to unbeaten Premier Division frontrunners Menai Bridge.

Last time out, Brymbo chased down more than 300 for victory at Pwllheli and this followed a triumph at home to title-chasing St Asaph.

Reflecting on the match against Pwllheli, Parry said: "It was good to see the boys didn't give up in the field in very hot conditions, but then it was even better to see the team chase down 300 runs with contributions from everyone."

Looking ahead to tomorrow, Parry added: "We're looking forward to the game.

"It's the next challenge for us.

"Menai Bridge are a top team with amazing consistency, they know how to win and that's why they are 13-0.

"Ben Roberts is away on holiday this week, but (Mohamed Nilam) Jayman and Alex Paterson return."

Pontblyddyn have a clutch of players firing on all cylinders at the moment.

After thrashing Mochdre by nine wickets last week, Pontblyddyn will look to maintain their good run at home to Bangor tomorrow.

“Stevel (Rodney) batted unbelievably,” said skipper Rhys Jones. “Since he started opening the batting, he’s scored 350 runs in his last five matches.”

With John Bird, Ben Mason and Chris Moss also impressing, things are looking good for Pont.

James Hughes and Chris Myles are unavailable tomorrow, but Mark Neath and Ed Jones will come back in.

Mold skipper George Deniz is feeling positive ahead of tomorrow’s home meeting with Llandudno.

“I feel we’re improving every game, which is great,” said Deniz. “We underperformed with the bat last time so hoping to put a few things right.”

Mold will be without Usman Butt and Isaac Allen but Gareth Davies returns.

Marchwiel and Wrexham will be aiming to do what no other side has managed in Division One tomorrow.

They play host to leaders Denbigh, who have won all 13 of their matches so far.

Second-placed Halkyn will look to strengthen their position as they head to Buckley, who will be keen for points in their efforts to beat relegation.

Hawarden Park require a positive outcome at Abergele, while Connah’s Quay go to basement side Bangor Seconds.

Gwersyllt Park host Llanrwst and third-placed Conwy head to Dolgellau.