Llandudno’s Guto Williams joins as Bay start the pre-season with a draw at Rhyl, before wins over Vauxhall and Caernarfon Town. Bay lose at home to Connah’s Quay but beat Cymru Premier Flint.

A screamer from substitute Stefan Edwards five minutes into added time rescues a point for the Seagulls in a ‘derby’ thriller at Llandudno in front of a tremendous crowd of 1,585 on the opening day of the JD Cymru North league campaign.


THE Seagulls wIn a thrilling penalty shoot-out 5-4 against Cymru Premier opponents Flint Town United in round two of the Nathaniel MG Cup – only to later hear they had been eliminated for a breach of a rule regarding substitutes. Addressing the club’s elimination, manager Steve Evans said: “I’m the one accountable for it, I made the decision. I’ve met with the players and apologised to the players.”

Three goals in a whirlwind spell of five first half minutes set Colwyn Bay up for an emphatic 6-1 away win at Holywell Town to get their first league win on the board.

Two second half goals from Alex Downes gives the Seagulls a 2-0 home win over Porthmadog to move them into the top four of the Cymru North table with a game in hand on the teams above them.

Bay leave it late to beat a dogged Conwy Borough 3-0 to maintain their unbeaten start and move up to second.  The following Monday the Bay go top of the JD Cymru North table on goal difference and with a game in hand after a 4-0 Bank Holiday Monday victory over Mold Alexandra.

Forward Jamie Cumming joins the club from Ruthin Town ahead of the transfer deadline with Sam Fowles also joining.


Cumming is involved as several Seagulls players feature as the 4 Crosses Arena hosts an amateur international between Wales and the Republic of Ireland.

The Seagulls win 7-1 away to Cefn Druids and went three points clear at the top of the JD Cymru League table. James Kirby scores twice, but pick of the goals is a 40 yard screamer from Tommy Creamer in the second half.

The club submit a planning application to Conwy County Council’s planning department for a new 1,050-seater stand at the 4 Crosses Construction Arena, with planning approved in October.

Manager Steve Evans and defender Alex Downes win JD Cymru North monthly awards for August.

Two goals in two minutes sees the Seagulls come from a goal down to remain unbeaten and progress to the next round of the new WBS League Cup with a hard-fought 2-1 victory at Ruthin Town.

Guto Williams scores  his first goal in a Bay shirt as the Seagulls win 4-1 at third-placed Buckley Town to extend their unbeaten record at the top of the table.


A late penalty from top scorer James Kirby rescues a 2-1 victory for the Bay at home against Prestatyn Town after it looked as though they would be made to pay for a host of missed chances.

Bay come from behind to beat a battling Bow Street side 4-1 and progress to the next round of the JD Welsh Cup.

Bay’s Dylan Allshorn scores a late winner as Tîm Rhanbarthol Cymru beat Northern Ireland’s Eastern Region at Larne in the opening game of the Uefa Regions but despite a 8-0 win over Gotheburg in which captain Sam Downey scored twice, Dylan Allshorn had a goal and two assists and Matty Hill and Jamie Cumming also played, the Welsh side miss out on qualification.

Sam Hart scores his first goal for the club as the Seagulls progressed to the quarter-finals of the WBS League Cup with a 3-0 home victory over Holyhead Hotspur.

Bay twice come from behind and snatch a late 3-2 win at Guilsfield to remain unbeaten and top of the JD Cymru League table on goal difference. James Kirby got the 85th minute winner from the penalty spot after earlier goals from Alex Downes and Sam Hart.

Seagulls extend their winning run to 12 games with a 4-1 home victory over Ruthin Town, keeping Steve Evans’ side top of the table on goal difference from Holywell Town and with two games in hand on them.


Bay produce their own November 5th fireworks by staging a big second half comeback from 0-2 down to win 3-2 at Llanidloes and preserve their unbeaten record. Tom Creamer scores the late winner for his fourth goal in the last seven games, after goals by Lewis Sirrell and Matty Hill had hauled the Seagulls level.

There was no repeat of last season’s Welsh Cup heroics on Deeside as the Seagulls went down 4-0 against Connah’s Quay Nomads in their third round tie. The scoreline was a bit harsh on the Bay, who kept battling to the end, forcing 10 corners, but manager Steve Evans admitted: ” To be honest we were not good enough today. First half we didn’t play like we normally play. We were caught in the headlights and I didn’t recognise us.”

James Kirby netted a hat-trick as the Seagulls secure a 4-0 home victory over Holyhead Hotspur to extend their unbeaten league record to 12 games at the top of the JD Cymru North table, in front of another excellent home crowd of 720. It was his final game before leaving for a new job in Sweden, taking his goals tally for the Bay to a remarkable 35 in just 40 games.

Second half goals from Craig Lindfield and Lewis Sirrell gave Colwyn Bay a 2-0 victory on a difficult pitch against a decent Gresford side to extend their unbeaten league record to 13 games.


Work begins on the new stand with the dismantling of the new old stands on the bank side of the ground. The home game against Gresford is postponed due to an electrical issue at the ground.

The side extend  their lead at the top to three points with a 4-0 away victory at Holyhead Hotspur – masterminded by a stand-out performance from skipper Tom McCready. His overall performance deserved a goal and he got on the scoresheet with the fourth goal and Bay’s 50th league goal of the campaign after earlier hitting the bar with a free kick, while Tom Creamer, Alex Downes and Matty Hill, from a McCready corner, were the other scorers. 17-year-old Joel Giblin from the Under-19s squad gets a taste of first team football with a cameo appearance off the bench late on.

Bay end the year with a 6-1 win at Ruthin to go six points clear at the top of the table.