ACTION in the 50-over Premier Division is being put on the back-burner for the next couple of weeks.

Top flight sides are set to continue with the North Wales League’s T20 competition, with each of them playing a couple of matches tomorrow.

July was meant to be entirely given over to the North Wales T20 competition, but the delay in the start to the season means there’s a fortnight of fixtures scheduled for sides to open the month.

Following the opening round of games, it’s Bangor, St Asaph and Brymbo who top the standings with three points apiece.

Brymbo are headed to Mochdre tomorrow for meetings with the home club and Gwersyllt Park.

“We won’t go there straight away. We will arrive late,” said Brymbo skipper Dan Parry, whose side won’t be in action until 2pm.

The match-up between Mochdre and Gwersyllt Park will get underway at 11am.

“For the Mochdre game and the Gwersyllt Park game, we will be taking as strong a side as we can,” added Parry.

Brymbo’s 2pm showdown is with Gwersyllt Park, while Mochdre will then tackle Brymbo at 5pm to bring the curtain down on proceedings.

Gresford are in great T20 form heading into what will be a home weekend.

In midweek, Matt Thompson’s side booked their spot in the final of this summer’s Flintshire knockout competition with their victory over Brymbo.

Hosts Gresford will open proceedings with their match against Northop at 11am tomorrow.

Skipper Thompson said: “I think it’s a welcome addition to play T20 cricket in more competitive cricket.

“We could have six T20s back-to-back.”

At 2pm, Northop will come up against Llandudno, who will then face Gresford at 5pm.

Andy Poynton will play in Northop’s opening encounter and he will then be replaced by Nathan Pierce for the later encounter.

Denbigh’s Ystrad Road and St Asaph’s Elwy Grove Park are the other two venues for matches tomorrow.

At Denbigh, the host club faces Bangor at 11am, while Denbigh will take on Menai Bridge at 4pm.

There are also two matches scheduled for St Asaph, versus Menai Bridge (11am) and Bangor (4pm).

Just three matches have been completed in the competition so far.

Brymbo defeated Northop by eight wickets, Bangor thrashed Menai Bridge by 104 runs and St Asaph got the better of Denbigh by 46 runs.