DAN MOORE wants Buckley Town to keep showing signs of improvement at Conwy Borough tomorrow afternoon.

The Flintshire side were forced to settle for a point at home to Gresford Athletic in midweek as Aron Williams cancelled out Jake Eyre’s opener for the visitors.

Boss Moore saw enough from his side to be confident that they are on an upward curve, even if missed chances did cost them two points.

Moore said: “We were disappointed not to have taken three points, we would have been two or three-nil up by the time they scored if we had showed some more composure in front of goal, their keeper has made two or three really important saves at 0-0.

“Myself and the other coaches were saying on the bench that the missed chances could cost us and that’s exactly what happened, we’ve conceded a poor goal and then equalised from the restart.

“Phil Molyneux has had a goal disallowed for offside, he and the players are certain it wasn’t, but I’m pleased that he is at least in the right places to finish.

“I think it’s fair to say that on the balance of chances we deserved to win, despite Gresford having more of the ball second half, I can’t remember our goalkeeper having to make a save.

“They are a good team and have huge experience and quality players, so after our slow start to the season it was good to see us competing with them and take something from the game, that was a game which we would have lost six weeks ago.

“We move onto Conwy knowing we’ve got another tough game ahead.”

Shaun Tinsley and Luke Blizard are set to miss out once more for Buckley, who can call on the experienced Chris Roberts for the first time this season.

Fifth from bottom Buckley will be looking for a favour from Colwyn Bay, who host lowly Porthmadog, who were beaten 2-0 at Guilsfield on Wednesday courtesy of Adam Davies’s brace.

Guilsfield are back on home soil against Llandudno, while Rhyl entertain Bangor.