CERI JONES wants to make Colwyn Bay’s Eirias Park a home fortress for his RGC side.

Tomorrow they host second-placed Aberavon with the game kicking off at 3.30pm, giving fans the chance to watch the Wales versus Georgia game before.

After a bonus-point win at Swansea last weekend, Jones side can now look forward to five home games on the bounce.

The head coach told the club’s website: “We have a chance to push on with five home games till the end of the year, including a cup game and a semi-final if we win.

“As a group we will focus and drive the standards and if we apply ourselves to our best then I am in no doubt we will progress up the league.”

As for the victory at Swansea that pushed the North Wales side up to sixth place in the table, Jones added: “In the first half we showed energy and accuracy as well as some strong defending.

“Looking back at when we brought on the replacements, it was probably my fault for bringing them all on at the same time, as we lost a bit of momentum.

“It’s a lesson for the boys coming on though, that even if the game is in our control with points on the board if you don’t get up to speed quickly then things change.”