WINNING is all that matters for Mold in a huge showdown tomorrow.

The Chester Road side knows a win at Llangefni will preserve their Division One North status and relegate the Anglesey club.

Mold head of performance Oli Heald said: “A win is all we need to stay up but we know they are a very different home team to what their recent away form has shown.

“We have shown good recent form and although we were on the wrong side of the score against Nant Conwy, we showed a lot of character and we are confident going into this game.”

Mold look strong for the trip, with Jamie Elder returning to run the lineout in the pack and Seth Geary is back at 10. Meanwhile, Jack Pearson returns to take a spot on the bench.

“It has been a season of what-ifs and, to be honest, we haven’t scored enough and leaked too many tries,” admitted Heald.

“The aim for Saturday is to ensure we stay in the game. Often, we have let games get away from us this season and had to chase, which has forced us into errors.

“We also know we need to offer more in attack and keep our discipline in defence.

“The lads are really focused on the challenge and we have talked a lot about worrying about what we are trying to achieve in the game rather than the consequences of losing.”

Wrexham will bring the curtain down on their first season back in Division One North with tomorrow’s home clash against Ruthin.

An 11th win of the season will strengthen Wrexham’s aims of a top-five finish and they will go into the match in confident mood following their victory versus second-placed Pwllheli last time out.

Skipper Jack Harrison said: “Saturday was a really pleasing win for us in some tough conditions. The wind dictated how the game went with both teams having to keep hold of the ball and run it out from deep in their own territory.

“We were really disappointed with our performance away at Pwllheli, we made it too easy for them to get a foothold in the game and they took advantage of that.

“To then front up two weeks later and really limit them and nullify their threats was really pleasing. It was a tough old game with both sides giving it everything but I’m so pleased with how we managed the game against second place in the league.

“Now our focus turns to Ruthin in which is our final league game of the season. We’ve beaten them twice this season and know that they’ll be out for revenge this weekend.

“It’s on us to back up last week and front up against a physical side who like to chuck it about. We want to finish our season as strong as possible and with the best league position we can, hopefully we can go about doing that on Saturday.”

The other match will see champions Nant Conwy defending their unbeaten record at third-placed Llandudno. This will also act as a North Wales Cup tie.

In Division Two North, Shotton Steel will stay clear of the relegation zone if they can pick up a victory at Abergele.

Rhyl & District visit Newtown and Colwyn Bay will welcome Bro Ffestiniog.

Mold Seconds have home advantage over Rhosllanerchrugog in Division Three North East League action, while Wrexham Seconds visit Ruthin Seconds.

Elsewhere, Llanidloes host Denbigh Seconds, who lost 63-10 to Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant in midweek.

In the Welsh Premiership, RGC will have home advantage for tomorrow’s clash with Pontypridd.

Other fixtures: Aberavon v Llandovery; Cardiff v Merthyr; Newport v Bridgend; Swansea v Neath.