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DARTS ace Mark Webster believes the future is looking bright for his home town football club.

Webster, aka "The Spider" and a former British Darts Organisation World Champion in 2008 will be one of 600 Denbigh Town fans travelling to Llandudno’s Maesdu Park ground on Saturday to watch the Huws Gray Alliance club tackle holders The New Saints in the final of the Word Cup.

"It's good for the lads and it's good for the town and the team," Webster told Shaun Davies of the Denbighshire Free Press.

"The team has been going in the right direction for a few years now."

Although Denbigh have beaten three Welsh Premier League clubs on their impressive run through to the final, Webster is under no illusions about how difficult the final will be versus six-time Word Cup winners TNS.

"It's going to be tough," he added. "I watched them playing TNS in pre-season and they were absolutely hammered.

"I think they have got to keep things tight, but it will be good for the lads to play in the final. TNS are full time and they train day in, day out and they have played in the Champions League.

"It’s going to be really difficult... but you never know!"

Webster thinks the future looks bright for Denbigh Town and he thinks the club will be in the Welsh Premier League eventually.

"I think they can get to the Welsh Premier. It’s got to be done in stages, definitely.

"The ground is there and Welsh Premier sides have come to Denbigh and they have been impressed with the facilities.

"But the Huws Gray Alliance is a difficult league to get out of and only one team can go up."