FORDEN United make the trip to Churchstoke on Saturday aiming to kick start their MMP-NL Mid Wales League Two campaign.

Manager Jonny Roberts said: “Things are so tight and congested in the middle of the league this year. A couple of good results can see you move into a very promising position and hopefully a good result at Churchstoke will start us moving in that direction.”

Rhayader Town host Borth United on the back of a 10 goal trouncing of Knighton Town last week.

Manager Dai Davies said: “It is another tough test but morale is high from last weekend’s result and we’re looking to build some momentum for a big run in.

“We will prepare right so that when the whistle goes we’re on it from the first kick.”

Dyffryn Banw host Presteigne with manager Awi Williams warning his side to be ready to battle against Presteigne.

“We will be setting the players some targets to achieve over the next few weeks. We need to improve on last week’s performance and look to get our season going again,” said Williams.

“It was always going to be a transitional season with young lads finding their feet but they have been superbly supported by our senior players.”

Dolgellau entertain Newbridge without the suspended Jon Sutton but with manager Mervyn Burrough backing his side to maintain their fine form.

“We have momentum and the team have good habits at the moment and will hopefully deliver another positive result,” said Burrough. “We’ll know towards the remaining matches whether we will be in contention.”

Newbridge make the trip without Billy Wheeler, Ryan Evans and Aled Powell but welcome Ryan Powell and Jake Bufton back into contention.

Manager Scott Davies said: “We expect a tough game.

“It is the longest away trip for us and will be even longer if we don’t get a result.

“The boys are buzzing after last week’s win against Mach but we need to move onto the next game now and keep momentum going.

“I am hoping that before the end of the season we will get a full squad available having struggled with injuries since December.”

Elsewhere Knighton Town entertain Aberystwyth University while Waterloo Rovers take on Machynlleth at Maesydre.

Meanwhile Penparcau welcome Abermule to Min-Y-Ddol in the second round of the ER Jenkins Cup as the hosts bid to maintain their league and cup double dreams.