New loan signing as Collins departs

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THE Seagulls have brought in young central defender Billy Sass -Davies on a month’s loan from  Crewe Alexandra after the shock news that Dan Collins (top picture) has decided to return home to Australia. The South African born 22-year-old moved to North Wales from Sydney in 2014 and was with the Wrexham Academy before joining the Bay, initially on loan, … Read More


Louis Barnes goal earns important win

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A SECOND half goal from Louis Barnes, his third of the season, gave the Seagulls a badly needed 1-0 victory at  Goole to move back into the top ten of the Evo-stik North table and to within three points of the play-off places.  Manager Alan Morgan described it  “a massive three points” as the team look to get their chase … Read More


Ramsbottom game re-scheduled

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THE away game at Ramsbottom United which was postponed for a second time on Tuesday due to snow, has been re-scheduled for Tuesday February 27th (7:45pm). Colwyn Bay’s next scheduled game is away to bottom-of-the-table Goole on Saturday February 17th. The team coach leaves the ground at 9:15am, contact Trefor Jones on 07765 298912 to book a seat. FANS PLAYER … Read More


Bay miss out on big opportunity

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FOR the second week running the Seagulls missed the chance to move into the top eight and to within  two points of the play-offs as Atherton Collieries scored two late goals to snatch a 2-1 victory and end their ten-game winless run. After the defeat at Mossley, who ended a nine-game winless run, seven days earlier  this was another huge opportunity missed … Read More


Seagulls miss chance to close on top six

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ON a day when four of the teams immediately above them all lost, the Seagulls missed their chance to move to within two points of the play-off places with a disappointing 2-0 defeat against a Mossley side who had previously gone nine games without a win.  Conditions were not easy on a mudbath of a pitch, but the Bay still … Read More


Massive win for Bay after half-time changes

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TWO half-time substitutions and some strong words from manager Alan Morgan changed the game as the Seagulls came from behind to claim three massive points in 2-1 home win over Kendal Town, on a day when six of the teams above them dropped points.  The boss described Bay’s poor first half performance as  “the worst we’ve played since I’ve been … Read More


Rokka’s loan extended; Burnett released

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SEAGULLS boss Alan Morgan has received agreement from Tranmere Rovers to extend Elliot Rokka’s loan period for a further month ahead of Saturday’s important home game against Kendal Town (3pm).  The 21-year-old’s initial one month stay expired this week, but two postponements due to the weather means the winger only managed three games and one goal, with another unluckily disallowed, … Read More


Tadcaster game called OFF

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THE away game at Tadcaster Albion (January 20) has sadly been called OFF  following a morning pitch inspection due to a hard frost. Once again the weather decimated the league programme with only five of the 11 scheduled Evo-Stik North fixtures able to go ahead, but on the plus side  five of the nine  teams above Colwyn Bay in the … Read More


Seagulls sign Tom McCready on loan

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SEAGULLS  boss Alan Morgan has increased his short term midfield options by signing experienced Tom McCready on a month’s loan from AFC Fylde ahead of Saturday’s tough trip to Tadcaster Albion.  The 26-year-old (pictured above playing for Exeter City), who is an Everton youth graduate, was signed by Dave Challinor at Fylde in the summer after two seasons with League … Read More


Seagulls extend unbeaten start to new year

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THE Seagulls extended their unbeaten start to 2018 to three games with a 3-0 home victory over second-bottom Radcliffe Borough.  That edges them closer to five of the teams above them, who all dropped points , and moves them to within eight  of sixth-placed Trafford with four games in hand.  The Bay were in front inside the opening seven minutes … Read More