SOUTH WALIAN opposition will off something different to Mold and Wrexham tomorrow.

The duo are in action in the Welsh Division One Cup, with Mold on their travels to tackle Dowlais.

There are home comforts for Wrexham, who welcome Division One East Central Porth Harlequins.

Looking ahead to the tie, captain Jack Harrison said: “It’s a big couple of weeks for us as a group so we’ve got to make sure we’re up to it.

“Porth Harlequins will be a real test for us, a classic north versus south clash and we’re excited about it.

“Not many people expected us to beat Ruthin and get into this stage so we need to embrace that and go and give everything this weekend.

“It’s going to be a physical challenge and we have to be up for that, if we can set a platform for the backs, hopefully they can execute and we can give ourselves the best chance of getting a result.”

There’s an all-North Wales clash as Llandudno host Caernarfon, while Bethesda have home advantage versus Glynneath.

COBRA pay a visit to Birchgrove, Llangefni welcome Builth Wells and Nant Conwy go to Mountain Ash.

Mold Seconds have a trip south in the Division Five Cup as they go to Dinas Powys.

Rhosllanerchrugog welcome Hartridge and Ruthin Seconds entertain Tredegar Ironsiders, while COBRA Seconds and Pwllheli Seconds are away to Bethesda Seconds and Porthmadog respectively.

Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant face a trip to Rhigos, Colwyn Bay Seconds are at home to Penybanc and Denbigh Seconds host Whitchurch.

Turning to the Division Three Cup and the only tie sees Newtown hosting Cardigan.

The remaining 31 clubs left in the competition have byes.

There are home comforts for RGC in the Premiership as they tackle Aberavon.

Other fixtures: Cardiff v Pontypool; Carmarthen Quins v Swansea; Ebbw Vale v Bridgend; Llandovery v Neath; Newport v Merthyr.