LLANDUDNO return to JD Cymru North action this Saturday when they welcome Llangefni Town to Maesdu Park.

The former Europa League qualifiers saw their game at title hopefuls Flint Town United called off due to a waterlogged surface, leaving them with the weekend off to prepare for their next outing against a side fighting to retain their second-tier status.

Matthew Jones’ men have been largely inconsistent this season and currently sit in tenth spot, winning eight and drawing four of their 22 contests to date.

They are coming off the back of a disappointing 2-0 home reverse at the hands of Bangor City, which finds them closer to the relegation zone than the top four places.

Although the current campaign was expected to be one of transition for Tudno, there is still plenty of talent within the squad to finish the season off on a high.

Goalkeeper Shaun Pearson has been at the top of his game this term to further highlight his status as one of the best shot-stoppers operating outside the JD Cymru Premier, with skipper and talisman Danny Hughes also coming up with some vital goals and superb performances.

The likes of Lewis Sirrell, Dean Seager and Robbie Parry have looked the part at times this season, and new faces such as Leigh Craven and Cory Williams are going to boost the set-up considerably during the run-in.

They come up against a Llangefni side who now find themselves in the bottom four after fading of late after a bright start to life in the second tier.

The newly promoted side have punched well above their weight under Chris Roberts this season but have found goals hard to come by, which was once again evident in their 5-0 home defeat to Flint after going into the break all square.