North Wales set for big clashes in all-Huws Gray midweek fixtures
The Huws Gray Alliance plays out a full round of fixtures this week, and all eyes will be on the league as it continues to play out an entertaining start to the 18/19 campaign.
The standout fixture is Rhyl vs Flint as Flint manager Niall McGuinnness returns to take on his old club, whilst Conwy make the short trip down the A55 to try and shock Bangor at the VSM Stadium.
Airbus vs Guilsfield
League leaders Airbus welcome Nathan Leonard’s Guilsfield to the Hollingsworth Group Stadium on Tuesday.
The unbeaten Wingmakers come into this game on the back of an impressive 2-1 win at Porthmadog’s Y Traeth, with Guilsfield looking to bounce back from a 3-1 home defeat to Buckley.
Bangor vs Conwy
Bangor come into this game following 5-3 and 3-0 fixtures in the Huws Gray Cup and league respectively.
Citizens boss Craig Harrison will be looking to build momentum when they welcome Conwy Borough to Nantporth, as a bouyant Borough beat Rhyl 2-0 in their last outing on Friday evening.
Buckley vs Ruthin
Last time out the Bucks won 3-1 at Guilsfield, so manager Dan Moore will be looking for more of the same from his side when they welcome Ruthin Town.
Chris Williams’ will also be willing his side to extend a good run, as Ruthin beat the struggling Prestatyn last time out 3-2.
Denbigh vs Prestatyn
These two sides have met in the Nathaniel MG Cup earlier this season, with the Seasiders’ claiming a 3-2 victory thanks to a last minute winner from Alex Jones.
Denbigh will no doubt be looking to avenge that loss after a good win at Holywell on the weekend, whilst bottom of the league Prestatyn will be urging their side to go and kick start their campaign.
Holywell vs Gresford
Holywell will be hurt after their loss to Denbigh, but they will be looking to make things right as they welcome Gresford to Halkyn Road.
Gresford manager Steve Halliwell was pleased with his side’s performance despite losing 3-0 to Bangor, and will be looking to build on it with a win tomorrow evening.
Rhyl vs Flint
Former Rhyl & current Flint boss Niall McGuiness will return back to the Corbett Sports Stadium on Tuesday evening.
McGuinness’ side won 1-0 at Llanrhaeadr on Saturday despite going down to 10 men, whilst his boyhood side Rhyl come into this game on a poor run.
They haven’t won in three games, and will be eager to get a win under their belts as they approach a tough run of fixtures.
Holyhead vs Porthmadog
The only game on Wednesday evening comes in Anglesey, as Holyhead will resume their season with their game on Penrhyncoch falling foul of the weather on Saturday.
Porthmadog were beaten 2-1 by Airbus at home and will be looking for a reaction as they take on the Islanders.
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