HOME comforts will bolster Brymbo’s hopes of achieving a top-three finish in the Premier Division.

Brymbo, who are fourth in the standings, have eight games left to play - with the bulk of them at home.

“We’ve got six home games and two away games,” said skipper Dan Parry ahead of tomorrow’s home meeting with Mochdre. “And the two away games are Llay and Pontblyddyn!”

Looking ahead to tomorrow, Parry added: “It should be a good game.

“They’ve got Matty Humphreys, who plays for North Wales, Alex Davies is not a bad player and I’ve seen Russ Boswell is back.

“And they’ve got former Brymbo player Stewart Williams at the top of the order. Everyone returns and it’s a headache I’ve got for where everyone goes.”

Gresford will look to return to winning ways at Llandudno.

They lost out to neighbours Llay last weekend and skipper Matt Thompson said: “That was our worst performance of the season so far.”

A lack of runs scuppered Gresford’s hopes of success and they’re now on a run of away matches, with Pwllheli coming up after Llandudno.

Joe Benson is unavailable, but Gresford will welcome back Sam Thompson and Cam Evans, while they’ll be hoping Danny Williams recovers from injury.

Llay, who grabbed their first win of the campaign last time out, welcome title-chasing St Asaph.

Reflecting on gaining victory at last, Llay skipper Tom Crewe said: “It’s the first time we’ve had our strongest side out this season and it showed.”

It’s the same line-up again for the visit of the Saints, who are second in the standings.

“If they had their best 11 out, at least 10 of them can bowl,” added Crewe. “Last time out they bowled us out for 40-odd at their place. Hopefully we can do a lot better on Saturday.”

There’s a key clash in the battle for a top-three finish as Northop play host to Pontblyddyn.

It’s Northop who currently hold third position, but Pontblyddyn, who are fifth, find themselves only eight points back.

Chris Moss, Jon Byrd, Ben Mason and Chris Myles are all unavailable for Pontblyddyn, however Glenn Chambers is back for his first game after injury.

James Hughes and Tom Dawson will also come in.

Mold couldn’t have been faced with a longer trek.

George Deniz’s side pay a visit to Pwllheli, who are in the relegation zone.

Mold will travel with confidence on the back of last week’s three-wicket success versus Llandudno.

Unbeaten leaders Menai Bridge are also on their travels as they go to Bangor.

Halkyn, who look well set for promotion from Division One, continue their quest with tomorrow’s trip to Abergele, while Hawarden Park, in third, go to Dolgellau.

Connah’s Quay welcome Buckley, Gwersyllt Park host Bangor Seconds and Marchwiel and Wrexham are at home to fourth-placed Conwy.

Leaders Denbigh host Llanrwst.

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

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

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