AFTER the postponement of Wednesday’s home game against Gresford Athletic, the Seagulls have been keeping fingers crossed that Sunday’s away game at bottom of the table Holyhead Hotspur (2.30pm kick off) goes ahead as they look to complete a league and cup treble over the Anglesey side and stay top of the JD Cymru North.

Latest news is that no inspection is planned and the game is still ON.

 The Bay have already beaten Holyhead twice at home  this season (3-0 in the WBS League Cup and 4-0 in  the league) and Holyhead, who were beaten 5-2 by Llandudno on Wednesday,  have not won in their last eight outings.

 They have, however, proved a difficult side to beat on their home pitch, with good wins earlier in the season over Prestatyn (cup) and Buckley Town (league), whilst Welsh Prem side Caernarfon Town only won 1-0 there in the Nathaniel MG Cup with a solitary close range goal from Iwan Cartwright.

The Bay were held to a 0-0 draw at the New Oval ground last season