CROWD trouble marred Prestatyn Town’s recent victory over Huws Gray Alliance rivals Bangor City.

The incident occurred towards the end of the contest on Friday, March 22, which the Seasiders won 6-2.

A number of North Wales Police officers attending the incident, and The Journal understands that alleged threats were made towards Prestatyn’s physio Jonathan Price and kit man Mark Boulton during the fracas, with objects also being thrown in the direction of the Town dugout.

No arrests were made due to the disorder.

A North Wales Police spokesperson, said: “Police received a report at 8.57pm on Friday of a disturbance at the Prestatyn Town Football ground, where Prestatyn and Bangor City were playing.

“Officers attended, but no-one was arrested as a result of the disorder.”

A Bangor City statement confirmed the incident and added it “did not condone” he behaviour of sections of their fan base.

“Bangor City Football Club has been made aware of an incident which occurred during last Friday's 6-2 defeat away at Prestatyn,” said a club spokesperson.

“The club is aware that objects were thrown from the away fans into the home dugout.

“This incident is not condoned by the club and was quickly dispersed by the stewards.

“No further comment will be made at this stage.”