COLWYN Bay will be part of a mini-league with three other North Wales sides during the summer.

The Liverpool and District Competition First Division side are unable to travel for safety reasons in the current climate, and in addition to friendly fixtures, they will be taking on some of the region’s best sides.

One team who will be competing against George Johansen’s men are St Asaph, who adhered to the request of its players and withdrew from the North Wales Cricket League Premier Division Group A competition due to the travel involved and the uncertainty surrounding Covid-19.

They did request to go into the east “bubble” for their reduced fixtures, but this was denied by league officials.

Others involved will be Prestatyn and Northop Hall, who are unable to participate in Liverpool and District Competition fixtures in the coming weeks due to the travel involved.

It will provide each team with some competitive action during an unprecedented summer of disruption thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.