CAERSWS face a crunch Bank Holiday weekend double header at the Recreation Ground.

Llandudno Junction arrive on Saturday before Ruthin Town on Monday with manager Graham Evans targeting a minimum of three points.

However Evans conceded the club’s fate was no longer in their own hands following a seismic week for Welsh football.

Bangor City’s expulsion from the JD Welsh Premier for financial reasons means two North Wales clubs will drop into the Huws Gray Alliance next season.

Should each third tier feeder league provide a promoted club then Caersws would join Queens Park and Llandudno Junction in being relegated.

Evans said: “A win would guarantee we finish thirteenth but we know the perils of ending in such a position as several teams have been victims in the past.

“The circumstances are frustrating with us being relegated due to Bangor City not getting a domestic license to play in the Welsh Premier.

“However the league table does not lie and we have not been good enough. Given the quality of the squad we have underachieved.”

Evans insisted the club would not go into freefall as the villagers ponder a return to the Mid Wales League for the first time since 1990.

“It’s far from a disaster,” said Evans. “We’re in a strong position off the field and have no issues with tier two licensing.

“We’ll be doing everything we can to improve on the pitch and bounce straight back regardless of which league we play in next season.”

Meanwhile Penrhyncoch sign off their season with the visit of Holywell Town on Saturday before venturing to Wrexham based Queens Park on Monday.

The Roosters go into the final weekend of the season with confidence soaring following last midweek’s win over Porthmadog.

Manager Gari Lewis said; “To beat a team like Porthmadog is a real feather in our cap.

“We are looking strong and will look to end the season with a few more points over the weekend.”