PENRHYNCOCH manager Gari Lewis has sought to keep his players grounded after their fine start to the season ahead of the weekend trip to Rhyl.

A comprehensive victory over Gresford last week helped the Roosters climb to sixth in the table.

However Lewis insisted another tough test lay in store at Belle Vue.

“We were very good last week against Gresford but I don’t want to get too carried away as Rhyl is up there with the most difficult fixture in our season,” said Lewis.

“The biggest danger is Asa Hamilton who I rate really highly and should be operating at a higher standard.

“We will have to be at our best if we are to cause an upset.”

The Roosters have a host of fitness doubles while midfielder Lance Jones faces a suspension following his dismissal last week.

Lewis said: “We have a few muscle tissue injuries and plan to leave it until the last minute to decide.”