NEWTOWN travel to Carmarthen Town on Saturday bidding to maintain their superb start to the season.

The Robins have picked up seven points from their opening four games with Joe Kenton and Nick Rushton among the goals.

However Newtown have only picked up a point on their travels this season and manager Chris Hughes knows his side would have to pick up more points on the road to ensure a sustained challenge for a top six place.

With captain Craig Williams completing his three match suspension the Robins will once again look to Ben Bailey and Kieron Mills-Evans to maintain their impressive partnership alongside the versatile Jay Denny who captained the Robins last week.

Defender Tom Rose has also received international clearance with striker Jamie Reed also back in training following a lengthy lay-off

Manager Chris Hughes said: “Both are short of match fitness for this weekend but are good additions and adds depth to our squad.

“We make the trip with confidence after a good team performance against Bala last week when we restricted them to just two shots all game.

“I was happy with our display. We were organised, did our jobs and created chances for 90 minutes against a side we had not beaten at home for five years so it was very pleasing.

“We have had a good start to the season but we must not get carried away and know Carmarthen will be another tough test.

“With the exception of Craig we have a full squad and raring to go.”