THERE’S plenty to look forward to on Friday night, when Denbigh Town and Mold Alexandra meet at Central Park (7.30pm).

The pair are the two most recent champions of the Ardal North-West League and both sides have adapted well to life in the Cymru North, currently occupying a top-five placing.

A big crowd is expected for this Denbighshire-Flintshire derby clash and, if the formbook is anything to by, it won’t be ending in a draw.

That is because Denbigh have unusually gone more than a year since drawing a game.

It looked as though that sequence would end on Saturday when their game at Gresford Athletic was level at 1-1, only for Tom Weir to score Town’s winner deep in stoppage time.

It was a welcome victory for Dewi Llion’s side, who had to come from behind to triumph at The Rock.

Haci Ozlu’s opener for the home side was cancelled out by a Nathan Brown penalty late in the first half.

With the game seeming all set to finish 1-1, up stepped Weir.

A thorn in the side of his former club all afternoon, he curled an effort into the top right corner from the edge of the box to send the bench and away fans in attendance into raptures.

To complete a good weekend for the club, Denbigh’s ladies won 3-0 at Kinmel Bay on Sunday.

Veterans Ceri Purvis (penalty) and Natalie Harrison both scored, before Shannon Jones wrapped up the success late on.