SAME again will be the message when it comes to matches in the North Wales leagues tomorrow.

Last weekend saw every competitive league match being played and there’s another busy programme lined up as a key month continues.

Mold, who are four points from safety in the battle to beat relegation, host high-flying Pwllheli in their next Division One North match-up.

Last time out, there was a major fightback from Mold as they were pipped 29-24 in their thrilling derby battle at Wrexham.

Mold head of rugby Oli Heald said: “While we were disappointed with the result last week, we were pleased with how we responded and the two bonus points gained.

“Pwllheli are flying high in third place, so it’s going to be a tough fixture against a strong, physical team and if we don’t match the physicality then it could be a long afternoon.

“Our attack is improving, but our defence needs to follow and while the 27-to-11 penalty count cost us dearly last week, there are some defensive areas we need to tidy up.”

Wrexham are seeking their fifth win in a row as they head to Cae Ddol to tackle Ruthin.

Skipper Jack Harrison said: “There were aspects of Saturday we were pleased with, but we should have finished the game off better than we did.

“Still to have four wins on the bounce is pleasing and it gives us a bit of confidence heading to Ruthin this weekend.

“We beat them up there earlier in the season, so no doubt they’ll want some revenge from that, but hopefully we can take the belief from that and our recent performances and put in a good shift.

“They’re a good outfit, strong up front, but like to go wide, so I imagine it will be a good contest.

“If we can front up as a pack and give our backs a platform to chuck it about hopefully we can do well.”

Other fixtures: Bala v COBRA; Dolgellau v Caernarfon; Llangefni v Nant Conwy.

Division Two North: Denbigh v Bro Ffestiniog; Welshpool v Abergele.

There is a full schedule of contests for Division Three North East sides to look forward to.

Wrexham Seconds will welcome second-placed Bro Gwernant, while Mold Seconds pay a visit to COBRA Seconds, who sit third.

Flint and Rhosllanerchrugog also have away matches, versus Denbigh Seconds and Machynlleth respectively.

Elsewhere, Llanidloes host Bala Seconds.

Llandudno go to Llanelli Wanderers tomorrow in the last-eight of the Welsh Division One Cup.

Division Three Cup: Colwyn Bay v Rhymney; Nant Conwy 2nds v Blaina; Rhyl & District v Cwmafan. Division Five Cup: Ruthin 2nds v Pwllheli 2nds.

RGC will be aiming for their first Welsh Premiership win of the year as they head south tomorrow.

Ceri Jones’ side, who were beaten 35-14 by high-flying Ebbw Vale in their last encounter, go to Swansea in a key clash.

Other fixtures: Bridgend v Pontypridd; Llandovery v Ebbw Vale; Neath v Cardiff; Newport v Aberavon; Pontypool v Merthyr.