BEDWAS chief Stefan Sankala wants the Bridge Field outfit to keep building momentum after encouraging performances in both league and cup in recent weeks.

Still seven points away from the first guaranteed safe spot in the Principality Premiership, Bedwas go to Carmarthen Quins tomorrow (kick-off 2.30pm) on the back of a draw with Newport and victory at Cardiff Met.

Quins were 35-34 winners when the teams clashed last September and are safely above the danger zone in ninth place.

“We were really pleased with our cup win at Cardiff Met,” said Sankala.

“We showed a lot of maturity and controlled the game for long periods.

“Having Cardiff away in the next round is one of those draws we probably wouldn’t have preferred, especially as we are going to be battling for points in the league.

“It’s a big trip to Carmarthen as well, but we’ve got some momentum after picking up a draw against Newport and then that win in the cup.

“The boys are quite buoyant at the moment and it would be good if we could keep building momentum.”

When asked whether Quins being safe in mid-table would affect the home side’s motivation, he added: “You could look at it like that, but it comes down to 15 v 15 and that sort of thinking goes out the window.

“Do Quins really want it when they are safe?

“They are the only ones who can answer that question.”

Elsewhere, Bargoed entertain title-chasing Cardiff (kick-off 2.30pm).