IT’S all about turning narrow losses into victories from Wrexham’s perspective.

The Bryn Estyn Road side has adapted well to life in Division One North after gaining promotion last season and they just came up short in a last-gasp 20-18 defeat at title-chasing Llandudno last time out.

Being so competitive will boost Wrexham’s confidence for tomorrow’s key tussle at home to Llangefni, with both sides occupying spots just above the relegation zone.

“Saturday is a big game for us,” said Wrexham skipper Jack Harrison.

“We know we’ve put in some good performances of late and come close to two big wins, but we’ve fallen short.

“While we can take the positives about our performance, this weekend is all about the result.”

Wrexham looked to be on course to spring a stunning upset last time out.

Two tries from Olly Dodd, plus eight points from the boot of Armani Roberts, had Wrexham 18-15 ahead with time almost up, but a last minute try saw Llandudno narrowly prevail.

This came seven days after Wrexham were pipped by one point against Porth Harlequins in the Welsh Division One Cup.

Looking ahead to tomorrow, Harrison added: “Llangefni will bring a big and physical pack and we’ve got to front up to that.

“I think we’ve done really well in the last few weeks to go toe-to-toe with two big sides and we’ve got to do that again this weekend.

“We like playing at home, so we’re going to be up for it, if we can execute our game plan to the best of our ability then hopefully we can have some success.”

The match of the day sees unbeaten leaders Nant Conwy at home to third-placed Bethesda, while Llandudno, who are second, go to Pwllheli.

There are home matches for Bala and Caernarfon, versus Dolgellau and Ruthin respectively.

Shotton Steel will return to Division Two North action with a home clash versus Rhyl & District.

Front-runners Denbigh, who have picked up maximum points this season, pay a visit to Bro Ffestiniog.

Other fixtures: Abergele v Welshpool; Nant Conwy 2nds v Bangor; Newtown v Colwyn Bay.

Wrexham Seconds and Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant are in the mix for this season’s Division Three North East crown.

In the main match, Bro Gwernant entertain unbeaten leaders COBRA Seconds, while Wrexham pay a visit to Machynlleth.

Flint will look to make home comforts count versus Llanidloes, Rhosllanerchrugog host Denbigh Seconds and Bala Seconds visit Ruthin Seconds.

There’s a key battle towards the foot of the Premiership in store for RGC tomorrow.

Ceri Jones’ side host a Carmarthen Quins outfit, which is one position and three points behind them in the standings.

This match is RGC’s Armed Forces event at Colwyn Bay’s Stadiwm CSM.

There will be free entry to all current and veteran armed forces personnel with the production of serving ID cards, veteran’s badges or defence discount card. Interactive stands will including an Army field hospital and SV vehicle, plus displays from 3 Royal Welsh, Army Cadets and the Army Officer Cadets.

Other fixtures: Cardiff v Newport; Llandovery v Pontypool; Merthyr v Aberavon; Pontypridd v Swansea.