BANGOR City return to action this weekend after their crunch clash with Huws Gray Alliance rivals Flint Town United was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

The Citizens’ were left with a free date thanks to the effects of Storm Callum which decimated the fixture list across the region, and Craig Harrison’s men turn their attentions to the JD Welsh Cup this Saturday when they welcome Mold Alexandra to the VSM Stadium on Saturday (2.30pm).

Harrison has strengthened his squad this week with the arrival of former Dundee and West Bromwich Albion defender Jordan Piggott The 19-year-old made a number of senior appearances for the Dark Blues in the Scottish Premier League last season, and he was a scholar with the Baggies over a two-year period before making the move north of the border.

He has been training with the squad over the last six weeks whilst waiting for international clearance, and the commanding presence also impressed during a behind-closed-doors friendly last week.

Harrison, said: "Jordan will be a great addition for our squad as he is young and hungry to get back into full time football after spending years at WBA in the same age group as Sameron Dool.

“Like I said at the time with Sameron, they are both young lads only just turning 19 and we will have to be patient with their development.

“Something I am very keen on doing is growing a team and a squad that can be successful now and the future.

“Jordan can play right back or left back but is most comfortable at centre back. He is quick, fit and composed on the ball and I can’t wait to get Jordan in the squad as he has been waiting an outrageous 6 weeks for international clearance.”

The move comes after Phil Baker announced his retirement from the game after a glittering career in the Welsh pyramid, most notably with all-conquering JD Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints.