COLWYN Bay FC manager Steve Evans, captain Tom McCredy and top scorer Matty Hill have been nominated for the JD Cymru League North’s end of season awards.

Former Wales and Wrexham defender Evans guided the Seagulls to the JD Cymru North title and secured promotion to next season’s Cymru Premier.

Bay lost only once during the season and won 25 games in a row, scoring 101 goals as they secured the club’s first league title since 1992.

McCready, Bay’s talisman and longest serving player, scored 11 league goals during the season with his most crucial a last minute winner at Prestatyn Town in January.

Hill joined the Seagulls from Ruthin Town last summer and finished the club’s top scorer with 16 goals in all competitions.

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Meanwhile, goalkeeper Cameron Darling has left the club to relocate to Australia, while defender Jordan Carrington has retired.

Old Colwyn-based Carrington was one of three remaining players in Bay’s current squad who had played for the club in the English system before returning to Wales in 2019.

Carrington’s involvement with the squad has been limited this year due to work commitments.

And the 31-year-old has now opted to hang up his boots after one goal in 48 appearances for the Bay.

He said: “I would like to thank everyone who has been involved with Colwyn Bay on and off the pitch over the last few seasons; it’s been an amazing journey.

“From making my full debut against Leek Town away on a cold Tuesday night to helping the team get to the semi-final of the Welsh Cup last season; we should have won that day.

“Thank you to all my team-mates, I’ve made some friends for life.”

Elsewhere, the club's academy has been awarded Category C status by the Football Association of Wales for the 2023-24 season.