WREXHAM have broken their duck in the cup - and now they’re aiming for a first Division One North win of the season.

Last week’s Welsh Division One Cup triumph over Ruthin will give Wrexham confidence ahead of tomorrow’s key meeting at home to Dolgellau.

The clubs occupy the bottom two spots in the table and Wrexham captain Jack Harrison said: “We were pleased with the result against Ruthin on Saturday, but we’ve got to make sure that’s just the start for us now.

“We knew we had to tighten things up after our first three games and I think we were better at that on Saturday, but there are still loads to work on.

“We have to take it to another level on Saturday against Dolgellau. We know they’re going to come with a big pack and be physical and we have to match that first and foremost.

“It’s a big game for us, with the week’s break after, we want to head into that with points on the board in the league.

“Hopefully Saturday’s win will give us a little bit of a confidence boost to some lads that we are good enough to compete at this level and we’re looking forward to backing that up this weekend.”

Mold, who opened their account with victory over Llangefni last time out, will make a number of changes among the backs for their trip to third-placed Bethesda.

Joe Hughes will start at fly half, with Dafydd Pritchard moving into the centre and Sam Doughty comes in at full back.

“After a bonus point win against Llangefni, we are keen to start building a bit of momentum,” said Mold head of performance Oli Heald.

“Traditionally these away games in Division One are always tough but we need to break that mould and mindset if going away.

“We have been working really hard on our attack and it started to click against Llangefni, however silly errors again cost us and our energy in defence was poor for large parts.

“Going away to places like Bethesda, your defence has to be right up there and that gives energy to the team when you are away from home and can be the difference in tight games.

“We can’t use the excuse of being new in Division One anymore, so it’s up to us as coaches and the players to raise our game away from home.”

Tomorrow’s match of the day sees leaders Llandudno at defending champions Nant Conwy, while Caernarfon and Llangefni are at home to COBRA and Ruthin respectively.

Tonight, Bala head to Pwllheli.

In Division Two, third-placed Shotton Steel will look to maintain their promising start at home to Welshpool, who sit fourth.

Other fixtures: Abergele v Nant Conwy 2nds; Colwyn Bay v Bangor; Newtown v Bro Ffestiniog; Rhyl & District v Denbigh.

There’s a big clash in Division Three North East with unbeaten Wrexham Seconds at Mold Seconds.

Flint have home advantage versus Machynlleth and Rhosllanerchrugog go to Llangollen to tackle Bro Gwernant.

Other fixtures: Bala 2nds v Denbigh 2nds; Ruthin 2nds v Llanidloes.

There’s a tough Premiership trip in store tomorrow for RGC, who remain without a win this season.

Ceri Jones’ youthful side will go to Ebbw Vale, who are second in the table.

Other fixtures: Bridgend v Merthyr; Neath v Pontypridd; Newport v Swansea; Pontypool v Carmarthen Quins.