AFTER three wins in a row, the Seagulls face a tough test on Saturday with a top four clash away to Buckley Town (2:30pm).

Colwyn Bay go into the game edging Buckley out of third place on goal difference, having played a game more, but their opponents have been in good form and boast some experienced players including former Caernarfon Town, Airbus and Rhyl striker Asa Hamilton.

They have won  four of their six league game so far, with their only defeat being at home to Penrhyncoch, plus two cup wins, and are the Cymru North’s joint top scorers with unbeaten leaders Guilsfield on 15 goals.

 Although Asa Hamilton and Connor Littler lead the way, their  goals have been shared around 10 different scorers, which shows they have a goal a threat all over the pitch,

The Bay. however, have shown some good scoring form themselves, netting 10 goals in winning their last three games.

 They should have James Ellison back after missing the midweek win at Llangefni Town, but still have injury issues with a number of players,

For any Bay fans making the trip, entrance to The Globe ground is £6.