LLANFAIR United travel to Buckley Town on Saturday with manager Rhys Stephens backing his side to break their JD Cymru North duck.

United slipped to a 3-1 defeat at home to Conwy Borough last week to leave the Mid Wales side still in the relegation zone.

However Stephens insisted his side was on the right track.

“Buckley is a big game for us,” said Stephens. “We weren’t far away again last Saturday and just need that little bit of luck to go our way.”

Meanwhile high flying Penrhyncoch make the trip to Conwy on Saturday with both sides bidding to maintain their bright starts to the season.

Penrhyncoch manager Gari Lewis heaped praise on his side.

"The boys are performing tremendously at the moment. They are playing with confidence and real enthusiasm," said Lewis.

Lewis praised Borough striker Corrig McGonigle who is set to lead the line for the North Walians.

"Conwy are obviously a real test with Corrig McGonigle who I rate as the most naturally gifted finishers in the league so only our best will do to compete," added Lewis.

Striker Jonny Evans is unavailable while defender Jack Rimmer remains an absentee with a calf strain.

Elsewhere Guilsfield enter unchartered territory with the villagers making the trip to Colwyn Bay.

The Guils prevailed 4-3 winners at home to Rhyl last week but can expect a similarly tough test Colwyn Bay.