PRESTATYN Town can all-but clinch the JD Cymru North championship this with victory against title rivals Flint Town United.

The Seasiders’ go into the pivotal clash with a comfortable cushion over the Silkmen, which stands at 13 points having played two more game than Niall McGuinness’ men.

Another victory over United during Saturday’s cash at the Motion Finance Stadium would extend this to 16 with seven games remaining, which would be cut to ten should Flint win both of their contests in hand.

Neil Gibson’s men have been on a relentless quest for promotion this term after acquiring some big-name signings during the summer, winning 20 and drawing two of their 24 league games so far this term.

Their two defeats came at Rhyl and Penrhyncoch and they come into this game on the back of a 2-2 home draw against Porthmadog after their game against Bangor City was postponed due to a waterlogged surface.

Town will be hoping for similar fortunes to when they played United, which resulted in them securing a 3-2 triumph at Cae y Castell in front of a bumper crowd earlier this season.

A win for McGuinness’ men would give them serious aspirations of narrowly missing out on the title for a second straight year and they come into the game in fantastic form after a number of outstanding victories in recent weeks.

This includes a stunning second half showing in their 5-0 rout at Llangefni Town thanks in no small part to a hat-trick from Mark Cadwallader, who has further enhanced his reputation as one of the most prolific finishers outside of the top-flight this term.

Despite losing midfielder Rob Hughes during the window it has not derailed the Seasiders’ pursuit of a return to JD Cymru Premier level, and success this weekend would strike a telling blow to their opponents ahead of their JD Welsh Cup quarter-final encounter the following week.