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A GOAL conceded right after half-time resulted in the Seagulls losing their crunch bottom of the table clash 0-1 at home to Barry Town, to leave them four points adrift of safety in the JD Cymru Premier – allbeit with games in hand.
Once again they couldn’t convert their chances as their winless league run extended to five games.
A goalless first half saw both sides struggle to create clear chances, although Udi Akpan had a shot from the edge of area comfortably saved by the Barry keeper and Alfie Brooks made a great save to deny the visitors taking the lead before half-time.
The Bay, however, were caught out straight from the kick-off for the second half as Barry dangerman Kayne McLaggon ran forward and planted a shot into the bottom corner of the net from 25 yards for his 119th goal for the club.
The Seagulls fought hard to get back on terms but Udi Akpan shot just wide from Tom McCready’s corner, McCready fired a chance straight at the keeper and Sam Downey put a header inches wide of the post from another corner.
At the other end Sam Hart made a goal-saving challenge to stop Barry getting a second.
COLWYN BAY: Alfie Brooks, Alex Downes, Brandon Diau, Sam Hart, Stef Edwards, Cai Owen (Dylan Allshorn 76), Tom McCready, Nick Rushton (Sam Downey 66) , Tom Creamer (Dan Jones 88), Jamie Cumming, Udoyen Akpan (Sam Turner 88). Subs not used: Lloyd Marsh-Hughes, Will McKinley, Ben Preater.
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