DAN MOORE has played down the importance of Buckley’s trip to fellow Cymru North strugglers Corwen.

The duo are languishing in the division’s drop zone as they prepare to go head-to-head at Bala's Maes Tegid on Saturday.

A win for Buckley could take them out of the bottom four, while Corwen will be eager to climb above Porthmadog and to within two points of their Flintshire visitors with victory.

But Bucks boss Moore, who is hopeful of adding “one or two new faces” to his squad, played down the need for victory, saying: “Corwen is not a must-win game for us, I don’t really think any game would be with half of our fixtures remaining.

“But obviously it’s a game we will be looking to win, as they all are.

“It’ll be a tough game and we will need to be better than last week in all departments to get anything from the game, we are certainly looking for a positive reaction and performance.

Lining up for Corwen could be goalkeeper Keighan Jones, who has made the move from Rhyl.

Manager Sion Tudor Jones was pleased to get the former Airbus youngster onboard, saying: “I’m delighted to sign Keighan. He’s a great addition and will bring quality and experience.”

Llangefni Town have boosted their battle to avoid the drop by signing Mel McGuinness from Porthmadog.

The striker will be tasked with firing the goals that keep Llangefni out of the bottom four, starting with tomorrow’s home clash against rock-bottom Llanfair, who have picked up just two points from 19 outings this term.

Llandudno make their way to high-flying Guilsfield, while it’s eighth versus ninth as Bangor City make their way to Penrhyncoch.