FREE-SCORING Connah's Quay Nomads will target top spot in the Adran North League on Sunday.

A point from their home clash with local rivals Airbus UK Broughton will see the Nomads leapfrog Bethel and Llandudno into pole position.

Connah's Quay go into the match following last weekend's 19-0 triumph over Llanfair United and team boss Jordan Parry admitted: "I will be honest, I had that scoreline in my head.

"At half-time being 8-0 up, I set the players a target."

It was a message of intent from the Nomads, coming a week after title rivals Bethel beat Denbigh Town 20-0.

"Them (Bethel) scoring 20, it rubbed me up the wrong way and I wanted to prove a point you can fire them bullets, but we're going to be firing more," said Parry.

"And we certainly did that in the second half."

Parry added: "I have looked at the league and it's a big thing for us if we finish the game on Sunday and we're top of the league by two points.

"I think that will be great for the girls, because since the loss versus Llandudno, we have gone up a different level.

"We have not looked back and we are looking at getting them three points on Sunday."

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