HOLYWELL Town may have a score to settle with Holyhead Hotspur as they begin their tier two season tomorrow.

Johnny Haseldin's side are at home first up for their meeting with the Anglesey side and the Holywell boss is anticipating a tough encounter.

"They will be well organised," he said.

"I think they were the only team to do the double over us last season.

"We need to be on it on Saturday and we're wanting to get off to a nice start."

The competitive season has opened in a positive manner for the Wellmen, who came from behind to beat Flintshire rivals Mold Alex in the first round of the Welsh League Cup last time out.

While pleased with the victory, Haseldin stressed: "There's elements we can get a lot better with.

"We know we can get better in certain things."

Haseldin praised the resilience of his side as they recovered from a 2-1 deficit, while he was also full of praise for the club's noisy supporters.

"Our support is phenomenal and we will be relying on them to cheer us on for Saturday and for the rest of the season," he added.

Zebb Edwards will miss the first game through suspension, but Dave Hayes will return to the squad.

There's a huge encounter on the coast this evening.

Steve Evans' Colwyn Bay, fancied by many to push for the title, go to local rivals Llandudno, last season's Cymru North runners-up.

Tom McCready struck twice to help Bay wrap up their pre-season games with an excellent 3-1 win against Cymru Premier Flint Town United.

Manager Evans said after the game: “We could have been 2-0 up in the opening 10 minutes. I thought we were well worth it.

“We had a few missing today, protecting them for next week and a few away as well.

“But the lads that came in were first class and for 60 to 70 minutes, I thought we were dominant.

“We’ll be back to it on Tuesday, ready to prepare for Friday night.”

Tomorrow, Phil Hudson's Ruthin Town open their league campaign at Conwy Borough, while Llanidloes Town welcome Porthmadog.