THERE will be a three-week break for the bulk of North Wales sides following tomorrow’s schedule.

With the Six Nations fast approaching, sides will look to enter the break in positive fashion, including Mold as they look to beat the drop from Division One North.

Currently sitting in the bottom two, Mold face a trip west to tackle fourth-placed Caernarfon tomorrow.

There are a clutch of injuries among the Mold ranks and head of performance Oli Heald said: “Just when we thought we were getting everyone back, we lose some more.”

Monty Roberts will make his debut in the back row, while Ewan Denton and Andy Cowling will start on the wing and in the centre respectively.

Richard Hopkins will undergo a late fitness test and there’s likely to be a debut off the bench for Matty Farrell.

Mold lost out 17-0 versus second-placed Pwllheli last time out and Heald added: “Last week was a real missed opportunity.

“We had numerous chances and just couldn’t convert.

“This week travelling to Caernarfon, we know we have to get the detail right and if we do, we are confident we can score points.

“We have been in a relegation battle since day one, but we need that pressure to bring the best out of us instead of seeing it as a hindrance.”

Wrexham are on the up-and-up and tomorrow’s home clash with Llandudno is the match of the day in the division.

Llandudno are third in the table and they’re the only club that could potentially halt Nant Conwy’s march to the title, while Wrexham - now up to sixth - are seeking a sixth successive success.

Wrexham skipper Jack Harrison said: “Saturday is a huge test for us, we come into it off the back of five wins and we pushed them close earlier in the season, but this will be another step up.

“Llandudno and Nant Conwy have been the two teams bossing this league for the last six years or so, so we know we’ve got to be at our best Saturday to get something out of it.

“Firstly we have to front up and reach the level of physicality that will allow us to compete, then it’s about how do we go about executing the game plan.

“We need to focus on ourselves and what we can bring and if we can do that with the levels of accuracy and intensity we have in previous weeks then who knows.”

Lloyd Roberts grabbed a pair of tries as Wrexham maintained their winning run with last week's 19-14 victory versus Ruthin.

Other fixtures: Bethesda v Llangefni; COBRA v Dolgellau; Nant Conwy v Bala; Pwllheli v Ruthin.

Shotton Steel will be looking for a victory to climb out of the bottom two in Division Two North tomorrow.

There’s an away day to look forward to as they come up against Abergele.

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

Local Division Three North bragging rights will be on offer as Rhosllanerchrugog play host to Wrexham Seconds tomorrow.

Third-placed Bro Gwernant welcome Denbigh Seconds to Llangollen and there are also home matches for Flint and Mold Seconds, against COBRA Seconds and Llanidloes respectively.

Elsewhere, Machynlleth pay a visit to Ruthin Seconds, who will travel to either Deri or Seven Sisters in the semi-finals of the Welsh Division Five Cup in early March.

After this weekend, the next full schedule of North Wales matches is set for February 17.

RGC are all set for one of their toughest challenges of the season.

Tomorrow, they will play host to Premiership leaders Llandovery.

Other fixtures: Aberavon v Swansea; Cardiff v Bridgend; Ebbw Vale v Neath; Newport v Carmarthen Quins; Pontypridd v Pontypool