BUCKLEY TOWN can do their Flintshire rivals Flint Town United a favour by taking something off Prestatyn Town tonight.

Neil Gibson’s Seasiders returned to the top of the Cymru North on Wednesday at the expense of Flint, who now have a free weekend due to the uneven numbers in the second-tier.

But Buckley are three games unbeaten in all-competitions after beating Llandudno 2-1 on Tuesday courtesy of goals from Callum Humphries and Aled Bellis, and Dan Moore’s men will be heading to Bastion Gardens full of confidence.

“We move onto Prestatyn, who have strengthened their squad over the summer and have got off to a good start this year,” said Moore.

“We’re looking at having near enough everybody available for the game and are looking forward to another challenge.”

And Moore will be keen for his side to show the same level of application they did against Llandudno on Tuesday .

“We defended very well, with great discipline, our shape and set up out of possession posed Llandudno with a challenge and overall we weren’t really threatened too much; their goal only came as a result of a mistake,” added the Buckley boss.

While Flint, held 1-1 by Bangor City on Tuesday, don’t have a game, boss Niall McGuinness will certainly be keeping busy as he plans for the future.

McGuinness, who watched Prestatyn’s midweek trip to Conwy, Gibson’s men cruising to a 7-0 success, will be at Llangefni’s home clash with Bangor tonight, before heading to scout Llandudno as they entertain Porthmadog tomorrow.

Flint face Llangefni, Llandudno and Prestatyn in their next three outings, but before then, McGuinness is glad that his side have a break from action.

“This weekend’s break has come at a good time,” said McGuinness. “We’ve got a few niggles and the likes of Tony Davies and Alex Titchener missed the Bangor game through injury.

“It is frustrating that we will see teams gain points on us, but there is nothing we can do and the rest gives us change to regroup before we go again.”