LLANRHAEADR bid to get their season back on track at home to Ruthin Town on Saturday.

Senior player Marc Griffiths conceded his side were grateful to see the back of October.

“It was a difficult month and our performances against some of the top sides were below the standards we expect,” said Griffiths who is joined by Matthew Jones and Tom Bailey in missing the weekend clash.

“Hopefully the weekend break has given the lads a chance to recharge their batteries and we can get some points on the board but can expect a tough game against one of the best football sides in the league.”

Llanfair United face a stern test with a trip to leaders Prestatyn Town.

Despite the challenge United manager Rhys Stephens insisted his side savoured the prospect of going head to head with the Seasiders.

Stephens said: “Can’t get a tougher test this season than Prestatyn away but it’s the sort of game you look forward to.

“They’re flying at the minute but we’ll give it a good go.”

Meanwhile Guilsfield make the trip to Llangefni with Bernie Jones and Geoff Richards at the helm following Nathan Leonard’s exit in midweek.

The director of football at Clos Mytton has taken over the managerial job at English North West Counties minnows FC Oswestry.

Club spokesman Martin Roberts said: “ The players remain fully committed to the club.”

Meanwhile Penrhyncoch hit the road with Llandudno their hosts following last week’s Welsh cup heroics.

Manager Gari Lewis conceded his side were down to the bare bones with the absence of four players meaning the Roosters travel with only 13 players.

"We will set the boys up to be as resolute as ever," said Lewis. "Llandudno have some very exciting players while Danny Hughes is the complete midfielder in the league but we will give it a go and see what happens."