RHOSTYLLEN can move four points clear of North East Wales League Premier Division title rivals, Corwen, tomorrow.

The league leaders host Mynydd Isa with Rhostyllen boss Dan Richards admitting: “Mynydd Isa are always a tough task and no doubt it will be fine margins either way which will decide the outcome.”

Greenfield are at home to Lex XI in tomorrow’s other top flight game while top spot in the Championship will be the prize for Gronant if they can win at Holywell United.

Leaders Acton are on cup duty so a win would put Gronant, who have four games in hand of their title rivals, a point clear.

Rhydymwyn go into tomorrow’s home clash with Sychdyn in confident mood after a 3-0 midweek win over Holywell United, who had two men sent off.

Tom Chamberlain, Sam Roberts and Nathan Williams got the goals.

Johnstown host bottom club Bellevue while fellow strugglers Brymbo head to Skippy.

The top two in the Reserves Division are both in action.

Leaders FC Queen’s Park Reserves welcome Caerwys while Mynydd Isa, who are two points behind in second place, are at home to Castell Alun.

Other fixtures: Coedpoeth v Penyffordd; Corwen v Greenfield.

Connah’s Quay Nomads U21s, managed by ex-Chester boss Jon McCarthy, head to Gresford Athletic tomorrow in the FAW Reserves North League.

Nomads are three points clear of rivals, The New Saints, who will go top with a win at Airbus tonight.

Tomorrow’s other fixtures: Chirk AAA v Denbigh; Holywell Town v Llandudno; Porthmadog v Ruthin Town.

Seven games take place in the Tier 3 Reserves League with leaders Nantlle Vale at Saltney Town.

Flint Mountain, who are six points off the pace in second position, host Conwy Borough.

Other fixtures: Llanrwst Utd v Cefn Alb; Llangefni v Pwllheli; Brickfield v Llangollen; Rhos Ael v Hawarden; Llay v St Asaph.

Sunday’s North East Wales Veterans’ League Premier Division: Brickfield v Queens Park; Hawarden Rangers v Mynydd Isa.

Championship: White Bear v Mochdre Sports. Tomorrow: Deeside Dragons v Llay.