WREXHAM head coach Alan Jenkins has warned his side that they’ll need to be at their best for the entirety of their visit to Nant Conwy seconds if they are to pick up the points this weekend.

Nant sit top of North Wales Division Two after two rounds with only points difference separating them from Jenkins’ side in second.

“We’re pleased with the first couple of weeks but know we can get a lot better,” said Jenkins.

“We’ve got maximum points and will need to be at the races Saturday if we’re to maintain that, their always a physical side that go for the full eighty so we need to be prepared to match that.

“The firsts had a nice week off after the bye in the cup so hopefully we’re going to be fresh and raring to go on Saturday.

“We’re missing a couple in the pack but have a few backs back in contention so hopefully we can stick a good team out that will get the job done.”

One of those returning is Bailey Rae, who missed the victory over Shotton but is chomping at the bit to get back playing.

“It was a bad game to miss, you always want to play but the boys did very well,” said Rae.

“We know what Nant will bring Saturday and hopefully we’ve prepared well enough to get a result.

“Personally I’m raring to go, the way we play really suits players like me out wide so let’s hope for more of the same Saturday.”

Elsewhere in the division, Mold host Llanidloes, Rhyl travel to Welshpool, Newtown host Bangor and Colwyn Bay go to Abergele.

Wrexham second team captain Danny Guy believes his side must build on their first victory of the campaign as they travel to Flint on Saturday.

A 46-20 victory over Menai Bridge gave Guy’s side their first points of the season and the flanker is determined to repeat the feat on Saturday.

“It was good to finally get a win on the weekend, but despite the result we were far from at our best,” said Guy.

“Our discipline needs massive improvement as we’re giving teams footholds in games and at this level it’s not good enough.

“We’ve got a big task on our hands this week against a flint team that are very established in this league but hopefully we can build some momentum with another victory.”

Meanwhile, Flint’s Director of Rugby Aled Davies has demanded a response from his player’s this weekend.

The Cae-y-Castell side were downed 38-0 at Holyhead last weekend in a one-sided clash on Anglesey.

Davies said: “I am not going to hide the fact that we let ourselves down last week, the scoreline reflects that.

“The boys know it’s in their hands this weekend and have an opportunity to put things right”

“It’s been easy in some respects this week.The boys are smarting and little motivation is required. Though my coaching team and the squad have work to do in areas of our play.

“Selection will be tough, which is a good headache to have as I am hopeful to have a near fully fit squad available.”

Ruthin seconds will look to go top if they win at Pwllheli seconds, Mold seconds host Menai Bridge, Rhos travel to Denbigh seconds and Llangefni seconds host Machynlleth.

Division One action sees Bala travel to Nant Conwy, Ruthin host Caernarfon, Pwllheli at home to Llangefni, Denbigh go to Dolgellau, Bro Ffestiniog host COBRA and Llandudno visit Bethesda.