ALTHOUGH they’ve failed to bag a goal so far in the league, Holywell Town manager Johnny Haseldin is remaining confident.

The Wellmen, who head to Ardal League Caersws tomorrow, defeated Mold Alex in the first round, before failing to hit the target in league clashes against Holyhead and Llandudno.

“We have scored three against Mold and we have arguably got a stronger squad than last season,” said Haseldin. “There’s no alarm bells ringing. The team spirit is still strong.

“It’s not the start we wanted, but there’s still eight months left.”

While Caersws are a level lower compared to Holywell, Haseldin is anticipating a tough task.

“They’re a tricky, typical Mid Wales side at home,” he added. “They have got experienced ex-Newtown lads there. We need to go there and be at our best.”

Despite a red card at Llandudno in midweek, Zebb Edwards is available for the Wellmen. Jake Cooke is ruled out.

What a terrific tie is in store for Chirk AAA on Sunday as they look to spring a major shock at home to Cymru Premier side Bala Town.

“The lads are looking forward to the game,” said Chirk boss Andy Pryde. “With such quick turnarounds with so many games, we’ve got to see whose fit or not.

“It’s going to be a really good test, but so good for the club and the supporters to be playing a competitive game against one of the best teams in the Welsh structure.”