LLANRHAEADR make the long trip to Llangefni Town in the JD Cymru North on Saturday.

The villagers make the arduous trek to the county town of Anglesey in good spirits following a 3-0 derby win at Penrhyncoch last week.

Senior player Marc Griffiths insisted the Tanat Valley side would keep their feet on the ground.

“It’s important we keep up our good form after what was probably our best performance of the season last week.

“We need to make sure we don’t get ahead of ourselves and we know any side at this level have the quality to punish us if we don’t work hard on the day.”

Meanwhile Llanfair United bid to spark their season into life with a trip to Bangor City.

The Mid Wales side remain rooted to the foot of the JD Cymru North table with manager Rhys Stephens hopeful his troops can kick start their campaign.

Stephens said: "It will be another tough game. It’s great to be playing clubs with the stature of Bangor City but we’ll be going there trying to get a result and not to make the numbers up."