BANGOR City continue their quest for multiple honours this weekend when they travel to Prestatyn Town in the Huws Gray Cup.

The Citizens come into the game on the back of two impressive victories over Gresford Athletic, and they also managed to secure a 1-0 triumph over in-form Conwy Borough in their last outing at the VSM Stadium.

They enjoyed the weekend off from league action and saw early pacesetters Airbus Broughton continue their relentless start to the season to extend their advantage at the summit to nine points, with City a further 11 back in third spot.

Saturday’s clash at the Motion Finance Stadium sees Harrison’s men take on a Town side that have endured a difficult start to life back in the Huws Gray Alliance, and they recently lost the services of popular figure Leon Field who resigned from his post as joint-manager late last month.

Despite the turmoil and huge turnover of playing staff over the summer, the Seasiders have showed some fight in recent weeks and overcame significant adversity to draw 1-1 at home to Penrhyncoch last weekend, with a late leveller denying them victory after Diego Alvarado was sent off early on and outfield player Cian Jones deputising for injured goalkeeper Ryan Woods in the second period.

City will once again be heavily reliant on in-form winger Robbie Parry, who has really come into his own of late and has four goals to his name, with talented youngster Jacob Farleigh also catching the eye during their recent resurgence.

The club have also been chosen to host an international friendly between Wales U19’s and Poland on Monday, October 15, with free entry for anyone wishing to view the clash.

Manager Paul Bodin has named a strong squad that includes Swansea City defender Brandon Cooper and The New Saints loanee Ben Cabango.