GREENFIELD have hit form just at the right time as they aim to keep the feelgood factor going at the Flintshire club.

Having already knocked out Plas Madoc and Penycae, mid-Wales outfit Caersws are next on the hit-list for Scott Beck’s Welsh Alliance title-chasers.

And tomorrow’s tie comes a week after the club were awarded a £3,500 grant to help boost their blossoming junior section.

“Excitement is building for the Welsh Cup and like any lower tier village club we are hoping top progress as far as possible to generate money for the club and hopefully draw a plum tie somewhere along the line,” said Beck, whose side are fourth in the Welsh Alliance table and have a Welsh Trophy third round tie at home to Cefn Mawr Rangers to look forward to in a week’s time.

“Our performance against Llanberis was superb and the football we played was probably the best in my time eight years as manager.

“We were totally dominant and the Llanberis manager admitted they could not get near us and were lucky to only concede four goals.

“We have hit a purple patch and feel we can beat anyone on our day but I don’t know an awful lot about Caersws.

“Their league record suggests they score a lot of goals but they also concede a few as well.

“I know it will be a difficult game so we need to be at 110 per cent to give us our best shot of progressing.”

Beck, who adds Darren Johns and John Shepherd to the squad, hopes the junior players will be their to back his side on the way to more cup glory.

“We have worked hard over the last two years years to provide a joint set up,” added Beck. “We work hard as a committee to do everything possible to integrate with the local community.

“All of our youth section teams use the main pitch every week for their games and training so it’s great for them to have the facilities to use rather play at a local park.”

Ross Jones and Jamie Donavan, who run the youth section are also pleased with the progress.

They said: “Starting with 12 kids in 2017 the club has had a strategy of following the FAW accreditation plan to develop a sustainable club for the future with qualified coaching staff for every age group. The youth section has grown to 60-plus players across three age groups.”

Nantlle Vale entertain Rhydymwyn whose manager Anthony Weaver revealed: “We go into the weekend’s big Welsh Cup game with a strong squad to select from but still short in forward options due to injury and availability.”

Holyhead Hotspur also host mid-Wales opposition in Montgomery Town while there’s an-all Welsh Alliance clash between Llanrug United and Aberffraw.

Plas Madoc have a re-arranged their North East Wales FA Cup tie at home to Brickfield Rangers for tomorrow.

They recall Max Smith and Callum Roberts but Richard Lawrence is out - as is Brickfield player boss Gareth Roberts as Sebastian Kidd leads the line.