AFTER going out of the Welsh Cup at the quarter-final stage last weekend, the Wingmakers turn their attention to consolidating at least second place in the Welsh Premier League, which would guarantee a second successive qualification for Europe.
Airbus travel to face Carmarthen Town, who will be staging a fixture at their Richmond Park ground for the first time since November 30, having been forced to stage their fixtures at Llanelli's Stebonheath Park and Port Talbot's GenQuip Stadium due to waterlogging problems.
Director of football Andy Preece is expecting a tough test, despite winning 1-0 on the previous visit this season thanks to a second-minute own goal from Old Gold midfielder Paul Fowler.
"It's one of the toughest places to go," Preece says. "We're going into the unknown a little bit because we don't know what the pitch is going to be like.
"But we've got a good record in south Wales this season, we haven't lost there.
"We're not going to give up on chasing TNS, we're going to keep pushing them because there's a chance they'll drop points. But we need to keep winning."
Photo: Airbus won 1-0 on their last visit to Carmarthen in November.