ELWY Grove Park will host the top match in the Premier Division tomorrow.

Leaders St Asaph will play host to third-placed Northop in a crucial encounter in the title chase.

Both will be looking for a return to winning ways after suffering rare losses last time out.

Second-placed Brymbo, who have lost out in their last two matches, play host to in-form Bangor in another big encounter and Pontblyddyn have the tough task of welcoming defending champions Menai Bridge.

Mold welcome Llandudno in an important meeting towards the foot of the standings, while Gresford pay a visit to Denbigh and Halkyn are at Mochdre.

What a second half of the season it promises to be in Division One.

At present, it looks to be a three-way battle between Gwersyllt Park, Northop seconds and Conwy for the top honour, although Hawarden Park and Connah's Quay cannot be counted out.

There's a long trip in store for leaders Gwersyllt Park tomorrow as they pay a visit to Menai Bridge seconds, while second-placed Northop seconds play host to Connah's Quay, who are in fifth position.

Conwy, in third, welcome Abergele and fourth-placed Hawarden Park go to Llay.

It's also a key weekend at the foot of the table, with Buckley and Marchwiel and Wrexham both looking for positive outcomes.

Buckley head to Bethesda, while Marchwiel and Wrexham are away to Dolgellau.

Division Two: Bangor 2nds v Bersham; Buckley 2nds v Pontblyddyn 2nds; Carmel & District v Brymbo 2nds; Gresford 2nds v Mochdre 2nds; Hawarden Park 2nds v St Asaph 2nds; Llanrwst v Mold 2nds.

Division Three: Connah's Quay 2nds v Corwen; Gwersyllt Park 2nds v Conwy 2nds; Llandudno 2nds v Bethesda 2nds; Ruthin v Denbigh 2nds; Mynydd Isa & Maeshafn v Caernarfon.

Division Four: Abergele 2nds v Bersham 2nds; Marchwiel and Wrexham 2nds v Halkyn 2nds; Pwllheli v Hawarden Park 3rds.