MOLD know exactly how Wrexham FC players are feeling!

Both clubs go into the weekend with the pressure off after securing their main objective.

For Mold, that was Division One North safety and that was achieved by the win away to Llanrwst earlier this month.

The players can now enjoy tomorrow’s trip to COBRA, which brings the curtain down on their league campaign.

It is the final match at the helm for Mold’s head of performance Oli Heald, who said: “It will also be mine and Rowan Walley’s last games as coaches after five years working together.

“In that time, we have got the club promoted and the result against Llangefni confirmed Division One rugby for Mold next year.

“It’s been an incredible five years and something I will always look back fondly on, but we really want to go out with a win against a strong COBRA side.

“We also want to hit our 40-point target we set ourselves back in November.

“Our pack welcomes back Mark Padgett and Rob Griffiths to the front row, whilst the back line sees Richard Hopkins return on the wing.

“It has been a real turnaround since we last played COBRA, winning four out of six, so we go into the game with good form, but know we need to improve from the Llangefni game where we rode our luck to get the win with the last kick of the game.”

There are a trio of other Division One North matches scheduled for tomorrow.

Llandudno will wrap-up a runners-up finish behind champions Nant Conwy if they can defeat visitors Bethesda, while Ruthin host basement side Dolgellau and Caernarfon travel to Gwynedd rivals Bala.

There’s one match in Division Two North tomorrow and Abergele will confirm their safety with victory at Newtown.

In Division Three North East, Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant head to Bala Seconds.

Mold Seconds have home advantage versus COBRA Seconds and Denbigh Seconds welcome Llanidloes.

RGC’s target over the next two matches is to remain outside the Premiership’s bottom-two.

One win will will seal the deal for Ceri Jones’ side and they’ll hope it arrives during tomorrow’s home clash with Pontypool.

Following last week’s win over Neath, Jones told the RGC website: “We are a young team, but this season we have seen players who will become real RGC stalwarts.

“I have said to the boys we need to enjoy the remaining games, and we can have a good week in training, and build on this for the next two games.”

RGC will be certain to finish outside of the bottom-two if Carmarthen Quins fail to defeat Neath tomorrow, while Merthyr pay a visit to Swansea.

Ospreys enjoyed last week’s clash in South Africa and will look for a repeat performance when they take on Bulls in tomorrow’s United Rugby Championship clash in Pretoria.

Last Saturday’s 27-21 win at Stormers kept the Welsh region’s play-off hopes alive.

Scarlets host another South African side, Sharks, tonight while Ulster are at home to Benetton.

Tomorrow’s other fixtures: Zebre v Glasgow; Cardiff v Edinburgh; Lions v Munster; Stormers v Leinster; Dragons v Connacht.

English Premiership leaders Northampton travel to Harlequins tomorrow while Leicester welcome Bristol.

Second-placed Bath, who host Saracens tonight, have signed former St Helens wing Regan Grace on a contract until the end of next season.

Sunday’s fixtures: Gloucester v Exeter; Newcastle v Sale.