WHILE it’s going to be a tough task, Brymbo are aiming to make it an all-North Wales final in a national competition.

Dan Parry’s charges head south on Sunday to tackle holders Swansea in the semi-finals of the Welsh Cup.

Already through to the final are Colwyn Bay, who defeated Cardiff by six wickets in their last-four showdown.

“It’s going to be interesting this weekend to say the least!” said Parry ahead of a big double-header as his side need a win at home to Denbigh tomorrow to keep their North Wales Premier Division title hopes alive.

“We play on Saturday and head down to Swansea on Sunday morning.

“We are taking a squad of 13 or 14 players.

“Luckily for us, pretty much everybody’s available for both games. The only absentee is Gareth Boys.

“We can dream can’t we that two North Wales teams will feature in the final. But we have got to get there first.”

Looking ahead to the big tie, Parry stressed: “Some high-quality cricketers will be on show. I believe five Swansea players play for Wales.

“Win, lose or draw, it’s about the experience.”

On tomorrow’s league clash with Denbigh, Parry added: “They have got some very strong cricketers who play for the North Wales set-up and Harrison Jones, who plays for Wales, and rightly so. It will be a good contest.”

Brymbo sit in third spot, 17 points of leaders Northop, who pay a visit to Llandudno.

Gresford have home advantage against defending champions Menai Bridge, while Halkyn entertain Bangor and Mold are at home to Pontblyddyn in a big clash at the foot of the table.

Second-placed St Asaph go to Mochdre.

It’s Park-life in Division One with Gwersyllt Park and Hawarden Park battling for the promotion place at the top of the table.

Gwersyllt are 22 points clear and favourites to lift the title going into tomorrow’s home game against Abergele.

Hawarden reduced the points gap by bowling out Menai Bridge Seconds for just 83 in the only game that went ahead in the entire North Wales League a week ago.

Hawarden head to Connah’s Quay while the two other teams in the top four - Northop seconds and Conwy - clash at Northop.

Other fixtures: Llay Welfare v Dolgellau; Marchwiel and Wrexham v Buckley; Menai Bridge 2nds v Bethesda.

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

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

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

It’s the closing stretch in the Liverpool Competition.

Northop Hall’s Division Two programme continues with tomorrow’s home meeting with Norley Hall.

There’s also a home clash in the Shropshire League for Chirk, with Frankton their Division One visitors.

Welsh Fire are back in Hundred action tomorrow when they play Southern Brave in Cardiff.

The men’s team have one won, lost one and played out a tie in their first three games while the women’s team are unbeaten and top the table going into the weekend’s encounter.

Tomorrow’s other fixture: London Spirit v Trent Rockets; Today: Northern Superchargers v Oval Invincibles; Sunday: Northern Superchargers v Manchester Originals; Birmingham Phoenix v Oval Invincibles.

Glamorgan return to One Day Cup action at Hove on Sunday when they play Sussex.

Sunday’s other ties: Essex v Yorkshire, Hampshire v Leicestershire, Kent v Middlesex, Nottinghamshire v Surrey, Durham v Northamptonshire, Gloucestershire v Somerset, Worcestershire v Warwickshire.

Today: Nottinghamshire v Hampshire; Surrey v Kent; Durham v Derbyshire; Somerset v Sussex; Essex v Middlesex; Lancashire v Leicestershire.