COLWYN BAY return to action with their delayed WBS League Cup tie away to Ruthin Town on Saturday (Sept 17, 2:30pm).

 Ruthin have won only two of their seven league games so far, but have enjoyed success in the cups, comfortably beating Flint Mountain 4-1 in the North East Wales FA Cup this week, having already reached the third round of the Nathaniel MG Cup with  good victories over Porthmadog (4-1) and away to Guilsfield (1-0).

 Their squad includes Llyr Morris, Gwion Owen and Ilan Hughes who all had brief spells at Colwyn Bay, while Sam Ricketts was previously with Connah’s Quay Nomads.

  For the Bay, who remain unbeaten this season, Jamie Cumming has the chance of facing his former club after making an impressive debut for Seagulls from the bench in the 7-1 win at Cefn Druids.

Bay manager Steve Evans expects to have pretty much a full strength squad to choose from.

“The only injury is Craig Lindfield, who is now out of of the boot and will be stepping up his rehab next week,” he reports.

“Everyone else is fit for selection. We are looking forward to the game and want to carry on our good form.”