WREXHAM coach Alan Jenkins has targeted three high-scoring victories in his side’s remaining games to keep their promotion hopes alive.

Last weekend’s 97-0 annihilation of North Wales Division Two rivals Abergele, in which Sam Rogers ran in a hat-trick of tries for the visitors, kept Wrexham in second place ahead of Saturday’s home clash with Llanidloes.

But with his side having played more games than their close rivals, Jenkins is acutely aware of the threat of being overtaken in the league standings.

He said: “With Dolgellau and COBRA having games in hand the only real way of keeping the pressure on them is to keep winning with bonus points.

“We still need the other teams to slip up. They have to play each other so points will be lost there so there’s still loads to play for.

“We’ve worked on things in training aimed at us cutting down on the number of penalties we give away. That’s helping us keep pressure on teams.

“Although we’re relying on others slipping up the mood is very positive. Everyone is enjoying their rugby and competition for places is high.

“We’ve got a sponsors’ day at the club to celebrate our last home game of the season so we’re looking to put on a show. Llanidloes are a tough team to play. Their away form isn’t as good as their home but we’re not taking anything for granted.”

Pacesetters Cobra host Nant Conwy seconds, third-placed Dolgellau head to Rhyl, Newtown entertain Abergele while Colwyn Bay visit Bangor.

Resurgent Flint head to Anglesey side Llangefni chasing a sixth successive league victory in Division Three.

A 50-0 rout of Denbigh seconds last time sees the visitors travel in confident mood and looking to consolidate third place in the table.

Head coach Aled Davies said: “We’re under no-illusions. This won’t be an easy game for us. Regardless of our current form, and they’re current league standing, Llangefni will be strong at home.

“It will be a tough examination and contest for us. My squad relishes these games. Recent results have shown we can be physically and mentally tough to gain wins.

“Our current form reflects the positive journey where on.

“It’s also a statement of where I feel we could get too as a young developing squad.”

Leaders Shotton Steel can take a step nearer the league title with victory at Denbigh seconds, Rhos visit Holyhead, Mold seconds head to Machynlleth, while Menai Bridge host Pwllheli seconds.

Division One basement side Mold will pursue only their second victory of a dismal campaign when they host Nant Conwy.

A top-of-the-table clash sees leaders Llandudno entertain Pwllheli, Ruthin head to county rivals Denbigh, Caernarfon entertain Bro Ffestiniog while Bala visit Bethesda.

The North Wales Youth Cup semi-final draw has seen Nant Conwy host Caernarfon and Colwyn Bay face Dolgellau or Bethesda.

In the North Wales Youth Plate last four, Cobra meet Pwllheli and Newtown tackle Denbigh.