KRISTIAN PLATT is set to chalk up a half-century of appearances for the Seagulls on Saturday when the team also celebrate their JD Cymru North title success in front of their home fans in the final league fixture of the campaign against neighbours Llandudno.
The 31-year-old defender, who was signed from Airbus UK in June 2021, was out of action for three months and missed 18 games in all of the 2021/22 season after being injured on his debut in the Nathaniel MG Cup defeat at Holywell Town in the July, but has missed only three games this season, scoring six goals.
Overall, the former Chester, Stalybridge and Telford centre back, has found the net nine times in his 49 games played so far for the club.
Llandudno, who are unbeaten in their last 12 league games and ended Holywell’s 25-match winning run last weekend, will obviously be hoping to spoil the championship party, but Seagulls boss Steve Evans is keen for his side to finish the league campaign with a home victory on the day they receive the championship trophy.
“We enjoyed last weekend, but we’ll regroup and be ready to go again on Saturday,” he said.
A reminder that Saturday is an all-ticket game, with no cash admissions on the day.
Gates will open at 12:15pm.
The Championship Trophy will be presented at the end of the game and spectators are respectfully requested to stay off the pitch.