STEVE DALE is looking for Wrexham to bounce back for their big reunion this weekend.

The Reds lost out 2-1 at Swansea City during their last Adran Premier run-out and the focus now turns to Sunday’s big Adran Trophy last-16 showdown at home to Briton Ferry Llansawel.

Ferry will be seeking revenge after they lost to the Reds 1-0 in last season’s Adran Premier promotion play-off.

Delyth Morgan (pictured right) was outstanding between the sticks for Wrexham that day, while Rebecca Pritchard grabbed the all-important winner.

After the league loss to Swansea, Dale told the club’s YouTube channel: “It’s just about bouncing back now.

“After the Cardiff game, we went on a good run, put some good performances together, some really good results.

“It’s about doing the same now, you know.

“Dusting ourselves down and making sure that we’re ready for the next opposition.”

Briton Ferry, who will also take on Wrexham in the Welsh Cup the following weekend, will provide stern opposition.

They’ve won all 10 of their matches this season and have only conceded two goals.

Dale will want to see a spark in his side following a disappointing second half showing at the Swans.

“I just think we were very flat,” he said. “I don’t think there was any real spark in us.

“We said to the girls at half-time that we can’t afford to sit off the opposition and allow them to dictate the game and, you know, it was in front of that home crowd.

“They were always going to be up for it and I think we just sort of tried to sit in too much and, you know, you get punished really when you play against better opposition.”

It’s also a big weekend for Adran North leaders Connah’s Quay Nomads.

Three wins out of three in the group phase made sure Nomads breezed into the knockout stages, with a big clash at home to top flight Aberystwyth Town lined-up in the last-16.

Aber will have to keep a close eye on Phoebe Ellis.

A hat-trick in last week’s 4-0 league win at Felinheli took her tally with the Nomads to 29 goals from 29 matches.

Llandudno, vying with Nomads for the Adran North crown, will be looking to cause a stir as they welcome Swansea City, while The New Saints host Rhyl 1879.

Sunday’s other ties: Y Felinheli v Barry Town; Pontypridd v Swansea Uni; Cardiff City v Pontardawe; Cardiff Met v Coed Duon.

There’s one contest in Adran North, where Bangor have home advantage versus Llanfair United.

North Wales League’s Betty Pickering Cup continues and in Group B, Flint Town United pay a visit to Kinmel Bay.

Group A sees Northop Hall at home to Amlwch Town, while Llangefni Town head to Welshpool Town.

Denbigh Town host Pwllheli in Group C and the match-up in Group D will see Trearddur Bay at Berriew.

In tonight’s Adran U19s’ North programme, Wrexham have home advantage against Connah’s Quay Nomads.