THE champagne is on ice as the Seagulls travel to Penrhyncoch on Good Friday (2:30pm) looking for the win that will amost certainly secure the club’s first league championship title in 31 years.

 The last time Colwyn Bay were crowned ‘League champions’ was in 1991/92 when they won the Northern Premier League Division I title by one point from Winsford United. 

 Bryn Jones’ side scored 99 league goals that campaign and this season the Bay, currently on 98 goals, look set to beat that total dispute playing 12 games less.

  Victory on Friday, with another big Bay following expected to travel, should finally see off Holywell, whatever the result of the Wellmen’s final home game against Llandudno.

  Officially the Bay may still need a point from their all-ticket last game at home to Llandudno on April 15th, but their goal difference over Holywell is so superior, victory on Friday would surely guarantee them finishing top of the table.

 Penrhyncoch are still battling to preserve their Cymru North status so won’t go down without a fight, but Steve Evans is in no mood to let things slip now.

 “We’ve been fantastic all season and now two more games, two more wins and that title will be ours,” he says.

 “We’ve got  to go again Friday. We’ll do the work this week and hopefully put in the performance to get those three points.”