COLWYN Bay launched a stunning fightback to extend their unbeaten start to the Evo-stik League West Division campaign.

The Seagulls came from two-down to secure a share of the spoils at home to last season’s playoff finalists Prescot Cables, and Alan Morgan’s men will aim to continue their encouraging start to the campaign when they travel to Radcliffe on Saturday.

Morgan, said: “We didn’t do the horrible part of the game in the first half which you have to do. We didn’t track their runners, we didn’t get in tackles and we allowed them to get on top us.

“At half-time we had to find a way to try and get back in the game and fortunately what we did and the changes we made worked – and really, on the second half performance, we were a bit unlucky not to have won.”

The home side were left rueing a poor start and fell behind when Chris Almond headed in from a corner, and things went from bad-to-worse just before the break when Reece Fishwick produced a fine chip over Bay stopper Paddy Wharton to double their advantage.

After the interval saw the hosts come out with a completely different mindset, and they were rewarded for their improved play when James Barrigan reduced the arrears on 61 minutes, and Danny Andrews popped up to seal a point with 81 gone.

Influential midfielder Tom McCready was carted off in the first half and he looks set to miss some time, and Ashley Ruane’s future is also in doubt after the club received a seven-days’ notice from JD Welsh Premier League side Aberystwyth Town.

“It’s been a testing time with players leaving, others getting injured and two players (Lewis Moynes and James Ellison) still awaiting international clearance after nearly two weeks,” added Morgan.

“It’s tested me and its tested Hoggy, but I thought the players showed a bit of character second half and hopefully we can build on that.

“It’s up to Ash now to make his mind up what he wants to do, but obviously I want him to stay because he has done well for me so far.”

Bay bowed out of the Emirates FA Cup qualifying stage on Saturday with a 2-1 loss at Atherton Collieries.