GUILSFIELD host Denbigh Town to Clos Mytton on Saturday as the villagers bid to the end the Huws Gray Alliance season on a high.

Manager Nathan Leonard praised his players following a battling fightback at Gresford Athletic the previous week and called on his charges to maintain their performance levels.

“We played some great football at times and scored some good goals. It was a great game for the neutral with both teams giving it a go and it’s always good to be involved in games like that, especially when you get the win.

“The most pleasing part was we had a game plan and stuck to it throughout and got our rewards.”

The Guils take on a Denbigh side gunning for second spot with Leonard expecting a tough day.

“Denbigh are on a good run and really pushing for second spot, “ said Leonard. “We know what we need to do and will certainly need to be at our best again if we are to get the win.

“They’ve got some good players and again will hopefully be a good game of football.”

Caersws host Holywell Town with manager Graham Evans sweating on the fitness of goalkeepers David Jones and Luke Evans with Ryan Davies ready to deputise.

Evans said: “Ryan did really well in goal against Caernarfon last week. We will monitor Dave and Luke during the week before deciding who can start.

The villagers are also sweating on the fitness of Graham Jones, Lance Jones and Tom Bowen but Elliot Jones returns from suspension.

“Holywell have been the most consistent side in the league over the second half of the season,” said Evans. “They are a well organised side and possess a real goal threat.

“I was disappointed to concede twice off set pieces against Caernarfon. We switched off and cannot afford to do that. However the lads showed some heart and character after.”

Penrhyncoch travel to Bala Town to take on Ruthin Town with manager Gari Lewis urging his side to end the season strongly.

The Roosters claimed a point against Holywell last week and go into the weekend with confidence,

“We went toe to toe with a Holywell side on the rise and and even their management accepted we deserved a point.

“We had to soak up a lot of pressure but we could have snatched it at the end so I’m immensely proud of the lads.”

Striker Steff Davies returns to contention following injury while defender Sion James also returns to the fold following unavailability.