NICK JONES believes one could bring plenty more for Corwen - and he’s talking about points or victories.

Corwen’s start to the Cymru North campaign has been a tough one with Danny Jellicoe’s men suffering five successive defeats.

But goalkeeper coach Jones, who takes charge of tomorrow’s trip to Llanfair with boss Jellicoe and assistant Tommy Mutton absent, is confident a positive result will transform Corwen’s playing squad.

“Once we get our first points on the board the next ones will come quickly,” said Jones.

“This is all new to us, we’ve only got four lads who have played at this level before.

“If we’d got three points in the first game then the pressure would have been off straight away, but that didn’t happen.

“People see us as the whipping boys, but one win can turn things around.”

Llanfair are also without a win this season, picking up one point from a possible nine.

“They are a bit like us,” continued Jones, who is delighted to have Dale Davies, pictured, back fit and available.

“They look like they are trying too hard, like us.”

Corwen’s latest defeat came in the Newfa Cup at at the hands of Buckley Town, who ran out 4-0 winners in their midweek clash at Globe Way.

A first half brace from Sam Spridgeon added to an Ald Bellis strike to put Town three goals up at the break.

In a blustery second half, Adam Eden bagged a fourth for the hosts who advanced to the quarter-finals.

Buckley return to league action tomorrow at Llangefni Town, with Dan Moore’s men looking to bounce back from last weekend’s derby loss to Flint.