COLWYN Bay manager Craig Hogg has a full-strength squad at his disposal for Saturday’s home clash against Penrhyncoch.

The Seagulls’ were once again left without a game after their clash at Guilsfield fell victim to the weather, leaving the players using their free time for an additional training session on the 4G surface at Parc Eirias.

The Bay boss is hoping for better luck with conditions this week ahead of their encounter against the Roosters, who have performed well again this season and find themselves pursuing a top half finish.

Hogg, said: “At this stage we just hope the game goes ahead as we’re desperate to cross that white line and play.

“It’s been a frustrating period for us because the weather has played a massive part in postponements, but the group have applied themselves very well in training and there’s a real hunger to play and to try get points on the board.

“The table looks like it’s splitting up into some interesting ‘mini leagues’ now and the aim for us is a top four finish and go as close to Flint as we can within the remaining games we have.

“We will be back to full strength for the Penrhyncoch game and that’s a huge plus.

“They are another side who have impressed me this season and it’s going to be a very interesting battle when we face them at home on Saturday.”

The Bay will have influential midfielder Sion Edwards available for selection following suspension this weekend, which is another positive for a club who still have runners-up spot in their sights during their first season back within the Welsh pyramid system.

“He hasn’t played since he was banned on New Year’s Day and but for the weather, he would’ve served his ban within a week of that game, but games getting called off have impacted that,” added Hogg.

“Every game we have left is hugely important.”