SHOTTON STEEL coach Dave Connolly has called for a 'focused and clinical' display as his side look to wrap up the Division Three title.

Trailing leaders Machynlleth by a solitary point, the Steelmen will clinch a swift return to the second tier with a positive result in their final game of the season against Llangefni seconds on Saturday.

Refreshed from a three-week fixture-break, Connolly insists his players now have their sights trained on the league trophy.

"We're looking for a big performance across the whole 80 minutes to get the job done", he said.

"Machynlleth have finished their season and now it's up to us to deliver in our final game.

"It's a chance to put all the things we've been working on as a unit over the last three weeks into practice.

"The maths of the situation are that we only need two points to get top spot, but we're certainly not going into the game with that type of mentality.

"We want a five-point victory and to get that we need a clinical performance by keeping it tight at the breakdown, and not over-complicating our attacking plays.

"All of our focus is on the job we need to do, and we're positive we can deliver the right result.

"The break's done us good and selection-wise we're in great shape for the weekend with the likes of John Ketland, Craig Higgins and Ste Ellson all available."

Flint round off their campaign at struggling county rivals Mold Seconds, chasing a top-three finish.

The resurgent Cae-Y-Castell side have finished the campaign strongly after six victories from their last seven fixtures.

Head coach Aled Davies said: " I am not one to heap on praise on the players until the we're over the line, but I cant fault the determination and togetherness this squad has shown over the campaign.

"This Saturday's game is about creating a statement or a marker to show were we are as a junior club and the solid foundations we have to build on, in what's been a fabulous season with some of the best rugby Flint have played in years.

"We wont take Mold lightly so you can expect a full-blooded performance from us."

League rivals Holyhead host Menai Bridge in an Anglesey derby, while Pwllheli seconds head to Denbigh seconds.