FORMER Colwyn Bay Football Club officials have been commemorated at the club’s 4 Crosses Construction Arena ahead of the new season.

The perimeter boards remembers much-missed former officials who served the club loyally and made massive contributions.

Alan Banks, Bryan Kelly, Elfed Morris, Bill Murray, Glynne Owens and Margaret Jones have been honoured.

Glynne Owens was chairman between 1977 and 1999, with Alan Banks secretary of the club between 1967 and 2001.


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Margaret Jones had joined the club’s committee during the 1960s and was later a club director.

Elfed Morris served the club as a player, manager and later as groundsman.

Bryan Kelly was a loyal and popular supporter of the club who later become the long serving kitman.

Bill Murray was a lifelong supporter of the club before becoming club treasurer and then chairman, and his contribution is also recognised in name of a stand at the ground.

Colwyn Bay chairman Neil Coverley said: “We wanted to honour and remember these loyal and much missed friends of ours for making our club what it is today.

“They all worked tirelessly to achieve the best for our club.

“Having their names on boards around the ground will be a  permanent reminder of their contributions and what they mean to this club.”

Bay are at home to Airbus UK in the Nathaniel MG Cup on Saturday (August 5).

They then host Caernarfon in the JD Cymru Premier game in their history, on Sunday, August 13.