COLWYN Bay, Conwy Borough and Llandudno found out their fate as the FAW Tier 2 North League fixtures were released last week.

The three clubs are all harbouring big ambitions for the season ahead after plenty of changes to playing personnel, with the Seagulls’ marking their return to the Welsh domestic system with a trip to Bangor City.

This will be followed by a home clash against a Flint Town United side that finished second in the Huws Gray Alliance last season, with Llangefni Town, Llandudno and title favourites Prestatyn Town forming their first five fixtures in what appears to be a baptism of fire for the returning side.

Manager Craig Hogg, said: “I am pretty sure we will find out, quite early on, just how tough a league we are going in to.

“In my view we will be playing some of the title favourites within the first five games, along with a visit to newly promoted Llangefni and a huge local derby against near neighbours Llandudno.

“All are great games to look forward to. For now, we have a huge amount of work to perform before the season starts.

“Our focus will be fixed on getting that work done as best we can, and we will draw up battle plans for our league opponents in the weeks to come.”

Llandudno begin their campaign by welcoming newly promoted Corwen to the Giant Hospitality Stadium, and in addition to the Bay Matthew Jones’ side will also take on Gresford Athletic, Rhyl and Conwy Borough during the initial stages of the season.

The Tangerines start their second season back at tier two level with a long trip to Porthmadog, with Bangor City, Llandudno, Flint and Llangefni also on the horizon.