CEFN ALBION complete their Ardal North East League campaign at home to Builth Wells in what coach Ian Andrews has described as a ‘very long season.’

“After a good win against Penycae last week, the lads will be hoping to finish off with a win,” said Andrews, whose side have again used Brickfield’s Clywedog Park as their home this season.

“We’re still missing a few through injury but got enough cover to step in.

“Josh Astley will look to add to the four goals he got at Penycae and Tom Smith will look to continue his good form.

“After a long season and hard work put in by all the players and club committee, we’ll do our best to try and finish with three points.

“As for next season, we will probably start at Brickfield but the club are in the process of sorting out using the Muga pitch in Cefn.”

North West League champions Flint Mountain suffered a 2-0 loss at Y Felinheli on Wednesday night where they had Dom McHugh sent off.

Buckley Town wish their FAW Reserves North League season would have started in May.

After waiting 20 games to secure their first win, Town could seal a hat-trick of wins at home to Holywell Town tonight.

After last weekend’s 6-0 win over Porthmadog, Buckley beat Ruthin Town 1-0 in midweek, substitute Niall Griffiths grabbing the winner.

Holywell go into the game on the back on a 7-1 thrashing at home to runners-up The New Saints. Beau Denton bagged their consolation goal.

Gresford Athletic are in action tomorrow at home to Porthmadog.

The final game of the North East Wales League Premier Division season takes place tomorrow with champions Corwen at home to third-placed Penyffordd Lions.

Corwen were beaten at Mynydd Isa in a nine-goal thriller in midweek where home captain Sam Wainwright bagged a hat-trick.

Mark Atkinson and George Davies also scored with Owen Cordiner (3) and Scott Evans replying for the leaders, who had Louis Pritchard sent off.

Lions also lost in midweek with Sean Skimmings, Matthew Bithell and Liam Lawrence on target for FC Queen’s Park in a 3-2 victory. Alister Randles and Ben Hughes hit back for the Lions.

Connah’s Quay Nomads travel to Aberystwyth Town on Sunday to wrap up the Cymru Premier Development North League season.