CRAIG Harrison has warned his side they must be on their game when lowly Caersws visit on Saturday after the Welsh Premier strugglers overcame Gap Connah’s Quay on Tuesday night.
The Wingmakers beat Super 10 rivals Carmarthen on Saturday despite what boss Harrison called their worst performance for six weeks.
Despite creating a lot of chances against their hosts, Airbus only got the winner a minute from time when Josh Johnson gambled on closing down the Carmarthen keeper and nicked the ball off him before slotting home.
After Caersws, the Wingmakers face bottom side Elements Cefn Druids midweek and Harrison is keen for his players to take their opponents seriously.
“Caersws beat us 2-0 at the Airfield last year and it was the worst we played,” he said.
“I’m hoping their win at Connah’s Quay has made a few of my guys sit up and take note because we know how tough Nomads are.
“We have to be on our game to get anything out of them.”