IT'S a trip along the coast as Holywell Town make their return to Cymru North action tonight.

Second-placed Llandudno will be their hosts, with the Wellmen aiming to continue their brilliant run of form.

Holywell have embarked on a six-match unbeaten run to climb up the table.

Then came the unscheduled winter break from action and team boss Johnny Haseldin said: "Hopefully, it doesn't kill our momentum.

"We have worked really hard to get on that.

"It was a tough first month of the season but the lads stuck at it."

The sides last faced each other in August, with Llandudno claiming a narrow 2-1 success away from home.

"I would like to think confidence is up and we're a different team to what we were in August the last time we played Llandudno," added Haseldin.

"They're sitting second now and there was nothing in that game.

"We have got a bit of a point to prove we're a better outfit than what we played early in the fixtures.

"But we go there full of confidence and with nothing to lose.

"We want to go there and give a good account of ourselves."

Holywell warmed up for their return to league action with a 2-1 friendly triumph at Ardal North West League high-flyers Llanuwchllyn last weekend.

Dave Forbes and Jake Cooke were both on target for the Wellmen.

Last beaten when they played Airbus in early October, the superb run of form resulted in Haseldin claiming the Cymru North manager of the month award for November.

This sequence has seen the Wellmen up into the top-10 and the possibility of a top-six finish is by no means out of their reach.

"It's good to have aspirations," added Haseldin.

"Every game can go either way.

"We went to Ruthin and beat them, and they haven't lost since."

A knee injury is likely to keep Ollie Buckley out of tonight's clash at Llandudno, while Myles Hart and Ilan ap Gareth are suspended.

However, recent acquisitions Tom Bibby, Kai Wallis and Paul McManus could all feature.