RHOS AELWYD boss Gareth Jones wants to home in on three points.

Rhos host Bow Street in the Ardal North East League tomorrow, hoping to beat the weather and their mid-Wales opponents.

“The weather is an ongoing issue and likely to continue for the foreseeable next few months,” said Jones.

“We’re raring to go this Saturday and we know we can beat anyone at home if we apply ourselves fully.

“The lads know the significance of every game based on our current league position, but we’re positive that the quality of our squad will see us move up the table in due course.”

Cefn Albion head to unbeaten Llanuwchllyn but coach Ian Andrews is confident of returning home with a decent result.

“Llanuwchllyn have had and indifferent start but are unbeaten in the league and it is always a tough place to go,” said Andrews.

“We did produce a very good performance there last season winning 3-0 and would like the same outcome.

“Fitness will play a part after having games called off but we have trained well this week and morale is very good in the camp.

“We just want a run of games now where we can look to try and get a few wins together before the Christmas break.

“We’re more or less at full strength with only Dion Gibbons missing through suspension.”

Meuryn Hughes misses out through suspension while Dan Weir is also ruled out of Llangollen Town’s trip to Dolgellau.

Leaders Penrhyncoch host third-placed Llansantffraid while three weeks after beating Welshpool Town 4-1 at home, Penycae look to pick up another three points in tomorrow’s reverse fixture.

Second-placed Radnor Valley visit in-form Llanrhaeadr while Llanfair United go to Llandrindod Wells.

In the North West League, it’s the battle of the Rangers as Hawarden host Brickfield.

Dan Cabral and Harri Lucas-Jones are out for Brickfield but Callum Cross and Jay Richardson could return.

Saltney Town host Llay Welfare while leaders Rhyl 1879, who are seven points clear at the top, host Bethesda Athletic while two of the top four meet at Nantlle Vale where second-placed Llangefni Town are the visitors.

Tomorrow’s other fixtures: Holyhead v Llannefydd; St Asaph City v Felinheli; Conwy Boro v Llanrwst Utd.

There are three games in the North East Wales League’s Premier Division with leaders Rhostyllen heading to Connah’s Quay Town.

Greenfield have just 13 players available for their trip to FC Queen’’s Park.

“Queen’s Park is a tough place to go but we always relish the challenge,” said Greenfield boss Scott Beck. “I think it’s fair to say both teams are under-performing compared to previous seasons and it’s a game we both need to win.”

Mynydd Isa host Lex XI in the only other top-flight game while the Championship’s top two are both on their travels tomorrow.

Leaders Acton go to Holywell United while Gronant, five points adrift in second place, visit Bellevue.

A place in the top six is up for grabs for Johnstown if they can win at Skippy.

Reserves Division leaders FC Queen’s Park head to Greenfield while second-placed Mynydd Isa, who are level on points with the top dogs, visit Lex XI.

Other fixtures: Corwen v Connah’s Quay Town; Penyffordd Lions v Caerwys.

Connah’s Quay Nomads will look to make it nine wins in 10 when they travel to Airbus tomorrow in the FAW Reserves North League.

Mold Alex host Ruthin Town and Gresford Athletic entertain Denbigh Town.

Nantlle Vale lead the way in the Reserves Tier 3 League and they visit Llay Welfare tomorrow.

Flint Mountain, six points behind second place, head to Llangefni Town while Cefn Albion are at home Saltney Town.

Other fixtures: Brickfield v Pwllheli; Llangollen v St Asaph; Llanrwst v Rhos Aelwyd.

Sunday’s North East Wales Veterans’ Championship: Denbigh v Penmaenmawr Phoenix.