LLANRHAEADR host troubled Bangor City on Saturday with Huws Gray survival within their grasp.

Player-manager Marc Griffiths insisted his side would not be focusing on the North Wales side’s off the field problems, ranging from unpaid debts to being evicted from their home ground to supporters’ protests against the club owners.

“Bangor’s problems have been well documented but they still have a lot of quality and I’m sure that we will need to be at our best to get anything from the game,” said Griffiths.

“We have a full squad available this week and, the atmosphere in the group is as good as it’s been in my time here.

“We are all hoping Saturday’s game beats the weather and we can get some more points on the board.”

Meanwhile relegation battling Penrhyncoch need to beat Conwy Borough at Cae Baker to keep alive any hopes of survival.

“We have trained well this week and need to bring that tempo and spirit with us into weekend to keep our hopes alive.

“Conwy have some dangerous strikers in Dean Seager and Corin Mcgonigle so we will need to be at our best physically and mentally to get anything.

“Nobody is giving up and we will keep on battling until the last kick of the season.”

Guilsfield travel to high flying Porthmadog with manager Nathan Leonard looking for a reaction from his players following defeat to lowly Denbigh Town in their last outing earlier in the month.

“It’s a tough game away at Porthmadog but one we are looking forward to,” said Leonard. “Always a good place to go and play football and hopefully the pitch will suit us and we can play our game.

“We’ll show them plenty of respect as they are a very good footballing team so we have to stop them playing and also have a plan how we attack and try and cause them problems.

“I’m looking for a big reaction after the poor showing against Denbigh. Hopefully we will put that right and show everyone what we are capable of.”

Guilsfield still need several more points to finally be clear of the spectre of relegation following a disappointing season for the villagers