THE Seagulls travel to Buckley Town on Friday evening (7:30pm) where a win would give the club their best start to a league campaign in 15 years.
Steve Evans’ side go into the game unbeaten in their opening six league games (five wins and a draw).
The last time a Colwyn Bay side went six games unbeaten at the start of a league campaign was in 2007/8 (four wins and two draws) under Gary Finley, with an attack spearheaded by Neil Black and John Lawless, but they lost their seventh game 1-0 away to Kidsgrove Athletic.
Buckley will prove a stiff seventh hurdle for the current Bay side, having already beaten Llandudno at The Globe, where they are so far unbeaten in the league, and are sitting third in the table on goal difference.
Once again Steve Evans has some tough decisions to make with his team selection with Ryan Edwards doing well and scoring a fine goal on his return from injury last weekend.
The manager commented: “Buckley are a strong side and have had a great start to the season. You know it is going to be a battle there and we’ll need to be at it, but we’ll prepare properly for that and look for a positive performance.”
Admission prices at Buckley are £7 adults, £4 concessions and Free for U16s.
Bay fans planning to travel to Buckley should be aware that alcohol may only be consumed in the Clubhouse/verandah, must NOT be taken pitchside and must NOT be brought into the ground.