MANAGERLESS Wrexham will be aiming to make it back-to-back wins in Adran North this weekend.

Team boss Mari Edwards stepping down didn't affect the Reds too much last time out as they saw off Llanfair United 3-1, courtesy of goals from Rebecca Pritchard, Lauren Reese and Amber Lightfoot.

Next up is a trip to Airbus UK Broughton on Sunday and if it's half as good as the last meeting between the teams, then spectators are in for a cracker.

On that occasion, the Wingmakers recovered from a 3-0 deficit early on to defeat Wrexham 5-4, with Tegan Hewitt bagging a hat-trick.

Assistant manager Steve Dale has been placed in temporary charge at Wrexham and he is being assisted by Gareth Owen and Gemma Owen.

After last weekend's triumph, former Reds midfielder Gareth Owen Tweeted: "Brilliant to see @WrexhamAFCWomen bounce back at a really well organised Llanfair after a couple of tough weeks.

"Having 5 U19s in the squad shows some really good strength in depth, proud to see two more making their debuts today."

Connah's Quay Nomads will be aiming to boost their push for the title as they host Llanfair United.

Third-placed Nomads go into the match after a free weekend following the postponement of last Sunday's game with Airbus due to a fixture clash.

Team boss Jordan Parry said: "That's been rescheduled for November 21 at our place."

Connah's Quay did take a look at Llanfair in their loss to Wrexham and Parry added: "We had two of the players there and they have done a good bit of analysis for me.

"We have got a good idea of what we're going up against.

"But we never go in under-evaluating the opposition.

"We know every game in this league is going to be a tough game."

Connah's Quay will go into their meeting with Llanfair at full strength, with Parry describing this as "a really good headache".

Things don't get any easier for Denbigh Town.

Seven days after losing 20-0 versus leaders Bethel, the Vale of Clwyd outfit hosts second-placed Llandudno.

Bethel's Sunday contest sees them at Pwllheli.

Fixtures:

Tonight: Adran U19s League (North): The New Saints v Caernarfon, Wrexham v Bangor 1876, NFA v Penrhyn Bay.

Sunday:

Adran Premier: Cardiff Met v Aberystwyth University, Barry Town United v Swansea City, Pontypridd Town v Port Talbot, Cardiff City v The New Saints.