JUST when things look like they’re improving for Chirk AAA, the situation gets worse.

Stuck at the foot of the Cymru North rankings ahead of tomorrow’s trip to title-chasing Airbus, Chirk are able to welcome a couple of players back into the squad.

However, on the flip-side, they have also lost a few figures, in what’s been the major issue of the season.

Joint-Chirk boss Gary Jones said: “We welcome back two this week and lose three.

“It is what it is.

“We’ve probably had 15 injuries this season, but you can’t keep making excuses.”

The sides met a fortnight ago, with Airbus strengthening their title push via a 5-0 outcome.

Only a solitary strike separated the teams at the interval, though, and Jones said: “We missed chances early on to be in the game.

“And then, as all good sides do after you don’t take your chances, they punish you.”

Jack Edwards and Jake Ellison will be added to the squad tomorrow.

“Matches are going by and points are becoming less available,” added Jones.

“But spirit is still very good, very strong.”

Second-placed Airbus are level on points with leaders Holywell in a fierce battle for the top honour.

Looking back at the win over Chirk last time out, Wingmakers’ boss Mark Allen (pictured) told the club’s website: “We knew it was going to be tough initially, but the message was to be professional and to keep to the end goal of getting three points.

“(It was) a good old fashioned game with tackles flying in and playing percentages really.

“The lads did adapt well to it and as the pitch cut up more and more I felt we put the ball into areas that made their defence turn and allowed us to get a significant amount of entries into their box.”

In tonight’s action, Denbigh Town play host to Prestatyn Town, while Llandudno head to Ruthin Town.

Tomorrow, Caersws have home advantage versus Porthmadog.