A CROWDFUNDING page has been set up to assist St Asaph City FC with repairs following significant flood damage.

The Saints’ changing rooms, kitchen and pitch were decimated from the effects of Storm Ciara last week, leaving the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side’s plans to secure Tier 3 criteria in doubt.

The club’s mower has also been ruined which adds to the cost of repairs, which a club spokesman stated is going to be “substantial”.

Their kit and other essential items were also victims of the flood, which saw the entire ground underwater last weekend.

More than £650 has already been donated to the club from the North Wales footballing community on the page, which was initially set up to install a defibrillator on site.

Miles Todd, owner of 360 Ground Care, had offered his services free of charge to try and get the playing surface back to its normal standard.

Another display of generosity came from Ian Senior, owner of SKkits, who managed to produce brand new first team shirts in time for Saturday’s game at Llandyrnog United, which fell victim to the weather.

Daniel Brewerton’s side are next in action on February 29 when they face a daunting trip to third-tier leaders Holyhead Hotspur, who currently sit four points clear in the standings and remain on course for a historic quadruple.

City re not due to play at home again until March 14 when they welcome Prestatyn Sports, although it is not yet known if that particular fixture will take place.

Anyone wishing to donate to the cause can do so by visiting https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/laura-brewerton-1.