Barrigan gives Bay winning start

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A GOAL by James Barrigan got the Seagulls’ league campaign off to a winning start with a 1-0 home victory over Kendal Town. The Bay had the better of a goalless first half with Danny Andrews firing just wide from a great cross-field pass by Josh Brizell and also had a free kick saved by the keeper, while Brizell fizzed … Read More

Two loan signings join Seagulls

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SEAGULLS boss Alan Morgan has completed two loan signings from League Two club Tranmere Rovers ahead of Saturday’s opening league game at home to  Kendal Town. Goalkeeper Paddy Wharton is 18 and has progressed through the youth system at Prenton Park to sign his first pro contract in May 2017 and making several appearances on the first team’s subs bench, … Read More

Seagulls pipped by strong Wigan side

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THE Seagulls were beaten 3-2 by a strong Wigan Athletic Under 23 side in their final warm up game for the new Evostik West season. Colwyn Bay’s goals came from Ashley Ruane and a Will Booth penalty in what coach Neil Coverley described as a good run out against a very strong Wigan side. The squad will now train Tuesday … Read More

Seagulls sign defender Olly Marx

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SEAGULLS boss Alan Morgan has made his third signing of the week in former Wrexham defender Olly Marx (left on top picture). The 20-year-old came through the youth team at Wrexham and made several first team appearances as well as having two spells out on loan at Southport and Rushall Olympic. He signed his first pro contract in 2017, but … Read More

Two new signings for Seagulls

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THE Seagulls have announced two more new signings, as well as agreeing terms with a number of the existing squad. The new signings are midfielder Blake Robinson (top left), who has recently been on trial with Wrexham and has played a couple of pre-season game for them, and big centre forward Callum Hassan (top right) who has impressed in a … Read More

Two goals in a minute sink battling Bay

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THE Seagulls led for 50 minutes at Evo-stik Premier side Stalybridge Celtic in their latest pre-season game, but lost 2-1 to two second half goals scored in the space of a minute by substitute Tom Brown. The Bay were unlucky, however, not to rescue a point when Danny Bartle hit the underside of the bar and in the following goal … Read More

Two new signings join the Bay

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THE Seagulls have completed two more signings in former Tranmere Rovers academy  players Lewis Moynes (right) and goalkeeper Paddy Rutter (left) who are pictured with fist team coach Neil Coverley. Both were also with manager Alan Morgan at Llandudno.  The 21-year-old Moynes has already impressed as a trialist in pre-season games for the Bay, showing a real attacking threat with … Read More

‘Head start’ too much for depleted Bay

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TWO headed goals conceded in the opening 18 minutes gave a Seagulls squad, badly depleted by holidays, too much to do against Evo-stik Premier side Nantwich Town in their latest pre-season game. That ‘head start’ for Nantwich proved crucial to take a 2-0 lead into the break and although Bay improved to win the second half 2-1, in the end … Read More

Seagulls face another big test

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THE Seagulls continue their pre-season programme with a home game against Evostik Premier side Nantwich Town on Saturday (July 28th, 3pm) which will be another good test in the build up to the new league campaign. And they could be facing ex-Bolton keeper Will Jaaskelainen, the  son of Jussi Jaaskelainen who made 529 appearances in 15 seasons at Bolton, for … Read More

SEAGULLS PROGRESS WITH SOLID VICTORY

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TWO goals in each half saw the Seagulls defeat Bangor City 4-1 with an encouraging performance in front of a crowd of over 200 in their latest pre-season friendly. Although they again had a shaky start, they quickly  began to dominate and led 2-0 at the break with goals from Danny Bartle and another sublime free kick from skipper for … Read More