BUILTH Wells head coach Ben Duggan has challenged his players to make the most of home advantage.

The Bulls are at home for their next three games with Duggan keen to bounce back from last week’s Admiral League One West Central defeat at Kenfig Hill.

He said: “I am very disappointed to lose that game. “They were a very good side with some exceptional players but we stuck at them and it took tremendous effort and dog to come back to take the lead.


“We let ourselves down in the closing stages with a two man advantage and we didn’t use the width of the pitch and let the backs have any good ball.

“To come away with only three points instead of a possible five or seven from the set piece was very poor from us and our game management in the last five minutes let us down.”

Duggan insisted his charges were still learning about life in division one.

“It was a good effort from the boys but we re learning that in this league fine margins is the difference between winning and losing,” said Duggan.

Builth now have three home games, starting with the visit of Nantyffyllon on Saturday before hosting Dowlais the week after in the last 16 of the WRU Division One Cup.