GREENFIELD boss Scott Beck knows it won’t be easy hanging onto their North East Wales League title.

Greenfield lifted the Premier Division tile last season but their ground wasn’t ready for Ardal League promotion so they remain where they were.

“We are hoping to push for the title again but the league looks like it will be stronger this year season even though there are less teams,” said Beck ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Lex XI.

Title-chasing FC Queen’s Park smashed in seven at Sychdyn a week ago and they’re on the road again at Castell Alun.

Connah’s Quay Town will also be in the mix for honours after last season’s success.

They host Brymbo while New Brighton Villa are at home to Coedpoeth United.

Mynydd Isa Spartans and Penyffordd Lions kick off the action tonight while tomorrow’s top game in the Championship sees new boys Saltney Ferry host Caerwys.

Title-favourites Ruabon Rovers head to Bellevue and Overton Rec will be looking for three points at FC United of Wrexham.

Aston Park Rangers host Acton, Johnstown go to Sychdyn and Holywell United welcome Gronant.

Llay Welfare Thirds were 5-1 winners at Lex in the Reserves Division in midweek with Elliot Bull scoring twice.

Tomorrow’s Reserves Division fixtures: Acton v Castell Alun; Caerwys v Coedpoeth; CQ Town v Greenfield; Queens Park v Lex; Llay v Ruthin; Penyffordd v Mynydd Isa.

FAW Reserves North East League: Airbus v Rhos; Druids v Cefn Alb. Tonight: Chirk AAA v Brickfield; Flint v Penycae.

North West League: Llangollen v Conwy Boro.Tonight: Rhydymwyn v Holywell; Ruthin v Denbigh.

LEAGUE WINNERS: Greenfield are setting out to retain trophy