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Sep 3 14 3:45 PM

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The Seagulls are at home to sixth-placed Gainsborough on Saturday Sept 6th, hoping to build on the 3-0 win at Leamington last weekend.
 Saturday is also Non League Day. With no Premier League or Championship games due to the international break, football fans who usually follow the big clubs are being urged to use the blank weekend to support their local non league club.
 Colwyn Bay are offering half price admission to anyone who produces a season ticket for any other club.
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Sep 4 14 8:58 AM

Just thought I'd mention I've been having a clear out and will be bringing about 3 bags of Bay programmes for Sheila in the club shop to sell.  Programmes are from the 1980's to last seaon, some other teams and some Welsh clubs in Europe, all non league.  please spread the word if you know anyone who may be interested, it all raises funds for the club.  I would imagine it may take Sheila and Tommy some time to sort through the programmes, most of which are in as new condition.  I notice a lot of these Bay programmes are being sold on Ebay for £3.99 a pop.  Don't pay those prices, see Sheila in the club shop first.

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Sep 5 14 11:15 AM

Frank includes Rob Hopley (calf) and Moustapha Saiel (knee) in his squad as they recover from injury. Filipe Anjos makes his home debut after doing well at Leamington last weekend and new goalkeeper Liam Sharpe will be on the bench after his loan clearance from Wrexham came through this week.
Match preview is on

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Sep 6 14 2:30 PM

Today's team news. Frank has named the same starting line-up that won at Leamington last Saturday. Rob Hopley and Moustapha Saeil are both on the subs bench with new number 2 keeper Liam Sharpe (on loan from Wrexham).
Jake Parker has been released.
Colwyn Bay: Ollerenshaw, Olapade, Moss, Anjos, Bembo-Leta, Noone, Buckley, Anoruo, Rey, Williams (C), Royle. Subs: Sharpe, Haywood, Hodgson, Saeil, Hopley.

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Sep 6 14 3:02 PM

Early free kick for Gainsborough and Cairan Toner heads into the side netting from deep cross.

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Sep 6 14 3:07 PM


Great play by Marc Williams takes him past two defenders into the penalty area and from his pull back Aaron Rey has a shot which is turned into the net from close range by OBI ANORUO to put Colwyn Bay 1-0 up after seven minutes.

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Sep 6 14 3:15 PM

Ollerenshaw easily fields a low shot from Davie and then Gainsborough put a header over the bar from another free kick.
Bay then have a big let off when Simon Russell shoots wide with a great chance to equalise on 15 minutes as the ball bounces to him off Bembo-Leta.

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Sep 6 14 3:28 PM

Good cross from Olapade is just too high for Anoruo.
Bay playing some good approach play, with Marc Williams again outstanding.

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Sep 6 14 3:39 PM

Corner for Trinity, but Ollerenshaw makes a safe catch and clears.
From the clearance, Bay get a free kick from which Bembo-Leta gets in a header which is saved by the keeper.
Ollerenshaw then makes a good save to push away a fierce shot from Binns for a corner, which Colwyn Bay clear.
Good open game goes into the last five minutes of the half.

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Sep 6 14 3:43 PM


Tom Buckley robs goalkeeper Emery as he comes out of his area to try and clear and rolls the ball into the middle for OBI ANORUO to score into an unguarded net. - 2-0 to the Bay after 41 minutes.

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