RHOSTYLLEN ended Corwen’s 100 per cent winning run in the North East Wales League’s Premier Division a week ago and now it’s Connah’s Quay Town’s turn to cause some title-jitters.

A win for Town in a game that has been switched to Bala Town would put Gavin Parry’s side just five points adrift of the leaders.

Ruabon Rovers will be relegated back to the Championship if they lose at home to Penyffordd Lions while Caerwys host Castell Alun and Greenfield welcome Coedpoeth United.

The Championship title battle continues with the top two both in action.

Leaders FC Plas Madoc visit Rhydymwyn while second-placed Gronant go to Aston Park Rangers.

Third-placed Acton head to Holywell United while if Caerwys don’t win at Lex XI in the Reserves Division, the title will go to Mynydd Isa.

Connah’s Quay Nomads are in action tomorrow at home to Ruthin Town in the FAW Reserves North League.

Airbus host Buckley Town tonight, Holywell Town are at home to Porthmadog and Gresford Athletic go to Chirk AAA.

Nantlle Vale, the runaway Tier 3 League leaders, will go 22 points clear at the top if they win at Llangefni Town tonight.

Tomorrow, second-placed Flint Mountain host Llay Welfare, Brickfield Rangers go to Cefn Albion and Saltney Town welcome Hawarden Rangers.

Other fixtures: Llanrwst v Llangollen; Pwllheli v Rhos Aelwyd.

Sunday’s North East Wales Veterans League: Hawarden v Ruthin; Mynydd Isa v Rhydymwyn. Championship: Mochdre Sports v Penmaenmawr.