THE big games just keep on coming for busy Denbigh Town.

Just six days after suffering a heartbreaking Welsh Cup loss, the Central Park side will play host to Rhyl this Friday in a big Huws Gray Alliance encounter.

To add to the occasion, Denbigh will be opening their smart new clubhouse ahead of kick-off.

This will take place at 6pm, with kick-off at 7.30pm.

Reflecting on last weekend's 2-1 loss to Cambrian & Clydach Vale in the Welsh Cup, joint boss Dewi Llion said: "Gutting is the only word we can use to describe it.

"We battered them for an hour and the lads well and truly put their bodies on the line.

"Miles Todd was unbelievable.

"They were an excellent side and they passed the ball really well."

There is no time for Denbigh to dwell on last Saturday's tie, though, as their minds turn towards the challenges that will be posed by Rhyl.

It will be a major reunion, with former Denbigh boss Eddie Maurice-Jones now the director of football with Rhyl, while the Lilywhites have a whole host of former Town favourites amongst their playing ranks.

"We have got Rhyl and Ruthin Town coming up," added Llion, looking forward to the next fortnight.

"We have told the lads that there's no pressure on us whatsoever.

"Rhyl have got to come here and they have to prove a point.

"Eddie has figured out what his strongest team is now.

"They are a totally different side to what they were."

Miles Todd will be suspended this Friday, but Denbigh welcome back Tony Davies, Sam Downey and Dan Lloyd.