COLWYN BAY travel to Porthmadog on Saturday (March 11) on a day that marks one year since their last league defeat in the JD Cymru North.

That was at Llandudno (0-3) on March 11 2022 and since then the Seagulls have gone 29 league games unbeaten with 27 wins and two draws.

A win on Saturday (weather permitting) would see them needing seven points from the last four games to be certain of being crowned champions (depending on Holywell’s result at Conwy on Friday evening) – with a key top of the table clash at home to Holywell Town to come on March 25th.

Porthmadog have failed to win any of their last four home league games, which has included 4-0 and 5-0 losses to Ruthin and Chirk, and, in fact, they have won only two of their 12 home league games this season ( 2 draws and 8 defeats).

They had a very good 3-1 win away to Cefn Druids last Friday, however, helped by two goals from Meilir Williams, and Bay boss Steve Evans says he is expecting another tough game as his side begin the final run-in to what has been an outstanding league campaign.