THE biggest match in the club's history.

That's what is facing Llannefydd this weekend.

On Saturday, Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League Division Two Llan play host to JD Cymru North Guilsfield in the second round of this season's JD Welsh Cup.

Llannefydd boss Gwyndaf Pritchard said: "It's the biggest game in the 21-year history of the club.

"The squad and the coaches are looking forward to the game versus Guilsfield, who are two divisions higher than us.

"We know they are going well in the league, but this is a cup game.

"We will be the underdogs and we have nothing to lose."

Llannefydd wish to thank the FAW, Llannefydd Community Council and the Grwp Cynefin community grant for support in a project to create two footpaths at the club.

Kick-off at Llannefydd for the Guilsfield tie will be 1.30pm.

Meanwhile, an intriguing tie awaits Ruthin Town as they aim for a spot in the third round.

Newly-formed Gwynedd League outfit Bangor 1876 will welcome Chris Hardy's charges on Saturday.

Hardy said: "We kind of looked at that game and we thought it would be a good one to view to see where they're at.

"We are not going to underestimate them at all.

"It's a cup game at the end of the day.

"It's going to be a tough game and they have got quality players who have played at a high level in Wales.

"They are going to be well drilled and a well organised team."

Hardy added: "The Welsh Cup is massively important to us.

"You have only got to look at a couple of years ago when the team played Llandudno.

"The town really embraced it and we took a couple of coach loads down to Llandudno.

"We want to go as far as we can."

Ruthin will be close to full strength for the cup test, although they will be missing midfielder Gwion Owen, who is suspended.