SPORTS reporter Dean Jones brings you his predcitions ahead of another busy weekend of action in the ultra-competitive Huws Gray Alliance.

Guilsfield vs Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochant:

The Guils’ home form is going to be crucial to any success that comes their way this season, but they come up against a Llanrhaeadr side that have definitely surprised so far during their initial stages in the second tier.

Both teams are coming into the game on the back of defeats on their travels, and there will not be much in this one given the form each side is currently in.

Prediction: Guilsfield 1-0 Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochant

Holywell Town vs Conwy Borough:

The Tangerines are one of the form teams within the division after recording three wins in succession, but morale is also high at Halkyn Road following their first HGA success last weekend against Llanrhaeadr.

Gareth Thomas’ men are an entirely different proposition, and the Wellmen will need to keep Boro’s dangerous front three quiet if they want to get anything from the contest.

Prediction: Holywell Town 1-2 Conwy Borough

Airbus Broughton vs Bangor City:

This is an absolutely pivotal clash for the Citizens, who could fall eight points behind the unbeaten Wingmakers having already played a game more than their title rivals.

Craig Harrison’s men are not in the best of form but they definitely have the quality to get something from the game, but Airbus are riding on the crest of a wave at the moment and it would be hard to back against them, especially at home.

Prediction: Airbus Broughton 2-1 Bangor City

Buckley Town vs Porthmadog:

Newly promoted Buckley will be buoyed by their convincing victory over Prestatyn Town last weekend, but they face another stern test of their credential against a Port side that has lost just once so far this term.

The championship hopefuls will miss influential forward Julian Williams but they should have enough quality within the squad to get them back to winning ways on this occasion.

Prediction: Buckley Town 0-2 Porthmadog

Denbigh Town vs Penrhyncoch:

Matthew Jones and Dewi Llion’s side will be looking to bounce back at the earliest opportunity following their disappointing loss to Conwy Borough last week, with their new look squad taking some time to gel which is to be expected given the high turnover in personnel over the summer.

The Roosters on the other hand have kept the core that has been so successful together, and confidence is high after an eye-catching success over Flint Town United.

Prediction: Denbigh Town 2-2 Penrhyncoch

Flint Town United vs Ruthin Town:

Niall McGuinness’ men tasted defeat for the first time this season last weekend, and we will find out a lot more about their character against a Ruthin side who have won two of their last three.

Last season’s top scorer Llyr Morris is once against sitting atop the goalscoring charts and his battle with former professional Mike Williams will be one to keep an eye on, but United’s form at home has been largely good and that might be enough to see them get their promotion push back on track.

Prediction: Flint Town United 2-0 Ruthin Town

Holyhead Hotspur vs Prestatyn Town:

The Holy Islanders picked up their first point of the campaign against a formidable Bangor City side, which should give them plenty of encouragement ahead of the Seasiders’ visit.

After an impressive run of late, Leon Field and Ryan Turner’s men were brought back down to earth with a heavy home loss to Buckley Town, but the impending arrival of Ian Griffiths should give them more of a bite upfront that they have been lacking at times so far this term.

Prediction: Holyhead Hotspur 1-1 Prestatyn Town

Rhyl vs Gresford Athletic:

Spirits will be high at the Lilywhites after their outstanding victory at Porthmadog, and after some early jitters Eddie Maurice-Jones’ men have really come into some good form that they can build on.

Athletic are reeling from a disappointing loss at Airbus Broughton, and it will be interesting to see how well they respond to adversity against their former manager and ex-players Max Peate and Dave McIntyre.

Prediction: Rhyl 3-1 Gresford Athletic