COLWYN Bay manager Craig Hogg was disappointed with his side’s display in their 1-1 draw at Llangefni Town.

The Seagulls’ picked up their first JD Cymru North point since moving back to the Welsh system against the newly promoted side, who had another impressive outing and looked to have found their feet very quickly in the second tier.

Hogg will be looking for improvement from his squad during their next fixture, which sees Llandudno visit the Four Crosses Arena on Saturday for the first competitive match between the two sides for six years.

He said: “It’s our first point on the board and our first competitive goal back in Wales and I’m pleased we are off the mark, but we weren’t great by any stretch tonight.

“The game itself was a really difficult one against a team who were very well organised and executed a pretty solid defensive game plan.

“We’ve again forced a huge amount of corners and created a lot of good chances again, but we haven’t killed the game off when we perhaps should have.

“Yes, their goal was a little fortunate, but I think they probably deserved a point in fairness to them with how well they fought their rear-guard action tonight.

“We’ve got to move on quick and we don’t have a lot of time to think on tonight as we have a really tough game on Saturday against near neighbours Llandudno.

“There’s no need to build it up with any hyperbole because it’s a big derby, a first for both clubs for some time and there’s a lot of local pride at stake.”

A cagey first half brought little in the way of goal opportunities for either side, but the visitors turned the screw after the break and went ahead on 62 minutes when Julian Williams arrived at the far post to steer home a Damian Ketley delivery.

This was met by a swift response from the hosts, who levelled proceedings in fine style on 71 minutes when Craig Roberts got on the end of an acrobatic volley that flew into the top corner to give both sides a share of the spoils.