BRYMBO just want the weather gods to give them a chance to be in the mix for this season’s Premier Division title.

Dan Parry’s side have endured a wretched month, with only one of four scheduled matches in July being completed.

Brymbo’s last three league games have either been abandoned or cancelled and ahead of tomorrow’s trip to lowly Llandudno, Parry said: “We just want games played.

“There’s nothing more frustrating than seeing other teams playing and we’re getting rained off.

“But you can’t do anything about it. The weather is what it is.”

Llandudno have a number of dangerous players including the Rimmington brothers - Sam and Jack - Jamie Grimshaw and Tom Thornton.

“We will go there and give it our best shot,” added Parry.

Despite a spirited fightback, Brymbo lost out by 17 runs to St Asaph in the final of the Flintshire knockout competition.

Brymbo trailed by 45 runs after the first leg, but a brilliant bowling performance restricted the Saints to 105 for eight in the return.

Faced with a target of 151, Brymbo responded with 133 for five.

Northop lead the way by a healthy 23 points ahead of their Flintshire derby at home to Mold, who will be seeking a good points return in their battle to beat the drop.

While their title rivals have had matches called off lately, Northop have so far completed all of their matches during July.

“We’ve been very lucky,” said skipper Bart Ryan-Beswick. “We didn’t have a drop of rain at Denbigh at the weekend.”

Ryan-Beswick was delighted with a number of the contributions, including a 50 from James Roberts and Jordan Evans’ superb century.

Looking ahead to tomorrow, he added: “We know we can’t take anything for granted.

“It’s a derby and they’re going to want to win. It will be an interesting game.”

Gresford bucked the trend last weekend as their match at Mochdre was completed and they host Halkyn tomorrow.

“We have only had one washed out, so we’re not doing too badly,” said Gresford skipper Matt Thompson reflecting on the recent wet weather.

“On Saturday, unfortunately I lost the toss on a bowler-friendly wicket.

“You’re not going to win many games when you’re 50-6.”

Looking ahead to the clash with Halkyn, Thompson added: “They will be fighting for their lives and we have got to make sure we get more wins ourselves.”

There’s a tough trip in store for Pontblyddyn as they head to St Asaph tomorrow.

Defending champions Menai Bridge have home advantage versus Mochdre and Denbigh will pay a visit to Bangor.

Chirk will be hoping more than 17 overs are possible from their next spot of Shropshire League action.

James Carter’s side are scheduled to play host to Wroxeter & Uppington CC in Division One tomorrow.

Last weekend’s encounter at Cound did get underway and Chirk reached 92 for two by the time the rain arrived.

In Division Eight, Chirk seconds will pay a visit to Guilsfield seconds.

Northop Hall, who saw their Liverpool Competition match at Fleetwood Hesketh rained off last weekend, will return to Division Two action with their home clash versus Hightown St Marys.

The visitors sit a lofty second in the standings, while victory for Hall could move them into the top-five.

Northop Hall seconds pay a visit to Wigan seconds.