Wrexham coach Alan Jenkins says his side are relishing today's trip to Division Two North rivals Colwyn Bay.

The Bryn Estyn Lane club started the campaign with a battling 21-14 win over Rhyl last weekend courtesy of tries from Chris Burgoyne, Will Sanderson and debutant scrum-half Olly Dodd.

Now Jenkins wants his players to build some early momentum with another victory over another of their coastal rivals.

He said: "We've got a few injuries which we'll make a call on before kick-off.

"Those injuries are stretching the squad a bit in some key positions, but hopefully we'll be okay and can build on last week's win.

The squad looked at the Rhyl performance and identified areas we need to work on with the sessions we've had on Tuesday and Thursday night.

"We put together some good phase play against Rhyl and our defence looked solid for periods of the game, but we also gave away too many penalties which meant that we couldn’t maintain good pressure at times.

"We're expecting a tough game against a team relegated from Division One last sesson. Tyhey have have rebuilt through the summer and look like an athletic group."

Following last Saturdays bruising encounter with Holyhead Rhos are delaying selection pending the recovery prospects of Paul Burrton and Simon Bennion, while prop Dan Cooper will be out for ten weeks with torn knee ligaments. Mike Evans Jones is available to replace Jordan Davies at scrum half as last weeks man of the match is unavailable due to work commitments, utility player Dewi Davies is also available. Head Coach Chris Williams commentated "It is pleasing to be in the position that even when we lose players to injury we have players of equal ability to step up to the mark"