A BIG weekend is in the offing at Brymbo.

The lofty aims of the club’s two senior North Wales League sides continue, as the first team travels to local rivals Gresford in the Premier Division, while the Seconds could secure the Division Two title with victory over visitors Pontblyddyn Seconds.

Then, on Sunday, the club will host a North Wales Select versus South Africa Select charity match in aid of Prostate Cancer Support.

Funds raised from the 40-over game that starts at 12 noon will go to supporting people with prostate cancer in the Wrexham area.

Brymbo skipper Dan Parry, who has organised the day with Jason Underwood and Clive Thompson, said: “Everyone we have asked has all said they will play. It should be a very good game.”

The South Africa select XI will include Brymbo’s Underwood, as well as overseas pros from the likes of Formby, Bootle, Connah’s Quay and Bangor.

Brymbo Thirds are also on course for the Sunday East Division title but have to wait until Monday to play their weekend encounter against Connah’s Thirds.

The race for the North Wales Premier Division title continues apace and there’s a Flintshire derby for leaders Northop who host Halkyn.

Captain Bart Ryan-Beswick and Chris Brooks return for a Northop side 11 points clear of second-placed St Asaph, who have home advantage over Mold.

Time is running out for Pontblyddyn in their quest to beat the drop and they host mid-table Denbigh, while defending champions Menai Bridge are at home to Llandudno and Mochdre head to Bangor.

There’s a possibility that Gwersyllt Park could wrap-up the Division One crown tomorrow.

Park, led by inspirational all-rounder Iroshan De Silva (pictured left), head to Buckley.

Defeat for Hawarden Park at home to Northop Seconds could confirm promotion for Gwersyllt Park, who are 38 points clear.

Marchwiel and Wrexham will be relegated if they fail to win at home against Llay, while Connah’s Quay pay a visit to Abergele.

Other fixtures: Bethesda v Dolgellau; Conwy v Menai Bridge 2nds.

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

Division Three: Gwersyllt Park 2nds v Llandudno 2nds; Mynydd Isa & Maeshafn v Ruthin.

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

Northop Hall will be looking to get over last week’s batting woes when they return to Liverpool Competition action tomorrow.

Hall, bowled out for just 60 against North Wales rivals Prestatyn, are on their travels to Irby in Division Two.

Meanwhile, in Division One of the Shropshire League, Chirk are away to Bridgnorth Seconds.

Turning to Sunday and Wales National County (North) continue their series of representative matches when they travel to Whitchurch to take on Shropshire Academy.