COLWYN Bay manager Steve Evans said his side will get the right results “sooner rather than later” as they still seek their first win of the season in their debut JD Cymru Premier campaign.

Matty Hill gave Bay the lead against Haverfordwest County at the 4 Crosses Construction Arena last Saturday.

But hopes of a first league win of the season were dashed as late goals from Kai Whitmore and Martell Taylor-Crossdale gave Haverfordwest a first win of the campaign.


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The Seagulls lost 2-1 at home to Haverfordwest on Saturday despite taking the lead and Evans felt his side should have had two penalties.

“When things sent going your way you have to stick together, you have to roll them sleeves up and know that the person next to you is going to run through that brick wall for it,” Evans said.

“And that is what we’ve got – the best group I’ve ever been involved in.

“But we know we’re not a million miles away and it’s going to be sooner rather than later we’re going to start picking up the right results.”

Defeat against Haverfordwest had followed a narrow 1-0 loss to Cymru Premier leaders The New Saints last Tuesday at the 4 Crosses Construction Arena.

This Saturday (September 9), the Bay travel to face Penybont.