Flint’s Director of Rugby Aled Davies insists his side can take nothing for granted in Saturday’s Division Three clash at Menai Bridge.

After a mixed start to the new season, the Cae-y-Castell side recorded an impressive 30-15 home victory over Wrexham seconds last weekend.

A man-of-the-match display from Tom Prydderch inspired the win as he ran in two of Flint’s four tries, converting twice and dispatching two penalties.

Now Davies has warned his team against complacency ahead of their visit to a Menai side who have struggled in recent seasons.

He told the club’s website: “There isn’t an easy fixture any more in Division Three.

“The recent league restructure reinforces my views on that.

“We will expect a tough examination at Menai as historically they are strong at home, and we have had some tough results.

“We have prepared as per normal this week, and attempt to keep on racking up the league points.”

League pacesetters Ruthin seconds host a Mold seconds side who have climbed to third after three wins in their opening four games.

Second-placed Holyhead are at home to Denbigh seconds, winless Rhos entertain Llangefni seconds while Pwllheli seconds head to Machynlleth.

Wrexham rugby fly-half Jacob Hughes believes his side can be pleased with the start they have made but feels there is more to come this season.

Three wins from three in Division Two as well as WRU Bowl progress augur well for the Bryn Estyn side but Hughes says the best is still to come.

“If we look at the results then of course we should be very pleased with the start we’ve made, but we all know that we’re nowhere near our best,” said Hughes.

“It’s frustrating at times that we haven’t quite clicked but is also a massive positive that we know we’re slowly building and that performance is coming.

“Starting the season well is so important and we got off to a good start at Welshpool where we tend to struggle.

“The victory over Shotton was pleasing and then to grind out the win over Nant seconds last weekend was huge for us mentally and not many teams will pick up points there this season.

“We’ve got a nice week off now to recharge before we get back to it against Laugharne in the cup and hopefully we can get through and look for a trip down south.”

Shotton Steel coach Dave Connolly will hope for better selection options as his side return to league action at Rhyl this weekend.

The Steelmen were forced to withdraw from last weekend’s National Bowl fixture against Wrexham because of injuries and player unavailability due to work commitments.

Elsewhere in Division Two, leaders Mold travel to Bangor, Welshpool play at Abergele and Colwyn Bay welcome Llanidloes.

In Division One, leaders Ruthin travel to second-placed Pwllheli, Denbigh will seek their first victory at home to Bro Ffestiniog, Bala host Bethesda, Nant Conwy travel to COBRA, Caernarfon host Dolgellau and Llandudno play at Llangefni.