GUILSFIELD manager Nathan Leonard hopes his side now have the momentum to end the season strongly.

The return of Jake Cook and Aeron Edwards from Newtown and Gresford Athletic respectively, along with the loan signing of defender Aron Lloyd from TNS, have boosted the Guils with a trip to mid-table rivals Buckley Town next on the agenda.

Leonard said: “We are just looking to build some momentum now. I’ve said that a lot this season and we’ve been hit and miss unfortunately but I feel the squad is at its strongest now and looking forward to another tough game against Buckley.

“They beat us earlier in the season in a game we should have won so hopefully we can put that right on Saturday.”

Leonard also praised his players after a battling win over Llanrhaeadr in Llansantffraid last week.

“Every single one of the players were superb last week,” said Leonard. “They worked hard and thoroughly deserved the win in my opinion.”

Llanrhaeadr travel to high flying Flint Town United trying to upset the odds while also breathing new life into their battle against the drop having sunk precariously close to the relegation zone in recent weeks.

Manager Marc Griffiths said: "This will be the third time we have met Flint this season so we know what to expect and what is required to compete with them.

"We are on a bad run but the group are in good spirits and looking forward to what will be a challenging game."

Meanwhile Penrhyncoch travel to Holyhead Hotspur for a crunch basement clash with manager Gari Lewis knowing anything but three points would pile all the more pressure on his side who are now without a win since the opening month of the season with just 12 games remaining.

Lewis said: "Rest assured we are not giving up just yet."