IF it’s a North Wales League thriller you’re looking for, Mold could be a decent bet tomorrow.

Mold have two wins out of two to open their Division One campaign, but both have arrived via slender margins.

It could be more of the same tomorrow as they have a derby clash at home to Buckley, while second-placed Northop Seconds travel to Conwy.

Connah’s Quay, who defeated Northop Hall in the Welsh Cup over the weekend, will have home advantage against Brymbo Seconds, and there are away days in store for Pontblyddyn and Halkyn, to Abergele and Hawarden Park respectively.

Elsewhere, leaders Bethesda are at home to Dolgellau.

Division Two: Bangor 2nds v Bersham; Corwen v Llay; Marchwiel and Wrexham v Llanrwst; Menai Bridge 2nds v Carmel & District; Mochdre 2nds v Gresford 2nds; Pontblyddyn 2nds v St Asaph 2nds.

Division Three: Buckley 2nds v Bethesda 2nds; Caernarfon v Connah’s Quay 2nds; Gwersyllt Park 2nds v Conwy 2nds; Halkyn 2nds v Hawarden Park 2nds; Ruthin v Mold 2nds.

Division Four: Bersham 2nds v Marchwiel and Wrexham 2nds; Carmel & District 2nds v Corwen 2nds; Dolgellau 2nds v Abergele 2nds; Llandudno 2nds v Ruthin 2nds; Llanrwst 2nds v Hawarden Park 3rds.

Chirk will be hoping that third time’s the charm in the Shropshire League.

Following a pair of losses to open their Division One campaign, Chirk play host to Worfield Seconds.

Skipper Luke Gardner said: “It’s a tricky one in all honesty.

“The bowling and fielding side of it, I can’t fault anyone who has played so far. We’re just struggling to score a run.”

Chirk have been dismissed for 69 and 134 in their opening contests against Wroxeter & Uppington CC and Bomere Heath and Gardner stressed: “I’m pretty confident it’s just a small blip.

“The runs have got to come from that top-six.”

Andrew Swarbrick impressed with bat and ball in his first game back against Bomere Heath, before cramp crept up on him.

Chirk will welcome Mark Shaw back into the line-up tomorrow.

Chirk Seconds will look to make it three wins out of three in Division Seven as they head to Acton Reynald.

Northop Hall skipper Ben Slater said the runs would come for his side and he’s turned out to be correct!

Hall hit more than 200 for the first time this season in their winning Liverpool Competition draw with Wavertree last time out.

More of the same will be the aim as Northop Hall continue their Division Two programme at home to Caldy tomorrow. Northop Hall Seconds pay a visit to Caldy Seconds.

In the Cheshire County League, it’s been an unbeaten start to the campaign for Chester Boughton Hall.

The Premier Division leaders will seek a fourth win in a row as they host Timperley tomorrow.