THERE have already been two meetings between Brymbo and St Asaph this week and now the title rivals go head to head in the North Wales League’s game of the day.

After facing each other in the Flintshire knockout competition, top spot in the Premier Division is the aim for both teams at Brymbo tomorrow.

Brymbo skipper Dan Parry said: “It’s literally St Asaph, St Asaph, St Asaph this week! It’s mind-boggling how the fixtures fall.

“It’s one game at a time and basically build some sort of momentum and peak at the right time.”

The Saints are second in the standings, 12 points off leaders Northop, while Brymbo sit in third position.

A big few weeks are in store for Brymbo, who travel to Swansea in the semi-finals of the Welsh Cup on August 13.

“It will be a tough challenge,” added Parry. “Swansea have won it two years on the bounce and we’re playing in their own back garden. It is what it is, but if you’re going to win the Welsh Cup, you’ve got to beat these sides.”

Asked if he would prefer to win the league or the Welsh Cup, Parry admitted: “We will have a good crack at both of them and what will be will be.”

Jordan Evans will return to the Northop line-up for the trip to Denbigh, while Gresford pay a visit to fourth-placed Mochdre.

It’s a case of looking up now for Gresford captain Matt Thompson, who said: “We are now looking to improve our league position rather than looking over our shoulder.”

All-rounder Chris Ellwood returns for Gresford.

Mold have the tough task of playing host to defending champions Menai Bridge, while there’s a key home meeting for Pontblyddyn versus Bangor.

Halkyn will target a victory at home to Llandudno, which could go a long way to making sure of their top flight status.

It continues to be an exciting picture in the race for promotion from Division One.

Leaders Gwersyllt Park go to fifth-placed Connah’s Quay tomorrow and Northop seconds, who are second, welcome Marchwiel and Wrexham.

Lengthy trips are in store for Hawarden Park and Buckley, to Bethesda and Menai Bridge seconds respectively, while Llay entertain Conwy and Abergele go to Dolgellau.

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

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

Division Four: Carmel & District 2nds v Marchwiel and Wrexham 2nds; Hawarden Park 3rds v Ruthin 2nds; Llanrwst 2nds v Bersham 2nds; Pwllheli v Dolgellau 2nds.