COLWYN BAY face a tough test away to Cymru Premier side Bala Town in their latest pre-season game on Saturday.

Bala, managed by former Seagulls manager and player Colin Caton, are preparing for their Europa Conference League tie against Northern Ireland’s Larne.
 “Colin’s a cult hero at Colwyn Bay and he’s a personal friend of mine,” said Bay boss Craig Hogg.

“We’re doing this as a favour to them as they prepare for Europe and it will be a really hard game and we know what to expect.

“We will have to be a little bit better than we were against Denbigh because we’ll be playing against really top opposition from our country.

“It’s going to be difficult, but we’ll go there and try and perform as best we can.”
 Lassana Mendes, Anthony Stephens and new signing Bradley Bauress are the former Bay players in Bala’s ranks, while former Wales international David Edwards, who recently joined the Lakesiders, scored twice on his debut in last Saturday’s 4-0 win at Airbus UK Broughton.


A limited ticket -only crowd of 100 is to be allowed on Saturday and although talks are ongoing, the Bay may be offered a limited allocation of tickets for which fully paid up registered supporters club members will be given priority. These will be on a first come first served basis so email with your membership number if interested.

Social distancing and other Covid measures will be in place.

The FAW have now given the green light for fans to return to grounds in limited numbers and a video on what safety measuRes spectators can expect cane watched on RETURN OF THE FANS – YouTube