ENGLAND kitman and life-long Caernarfon Town supporter Pat Frost has made an incredibly gesture to the club’s loyal fan base for their final away JD Welsh Premier League fixture of the season.

The well-respected figure, who now lives in Telford, has paid for the full cost of the supporters’ bus to Bala Town on Friday, April 26, a game that he himself will also be attending.

Frost, said: “I am originally from West Bromwich and we moved to Bontnewydd when I was three. I used to watch Caernarfon in the seventies and we would often walk from the village to the Oval, which was only about two miles or so away.

“Although I moved from the area at the age of ten I have always followed the team and it’s been great to see us doing so well in our first season back in the Welsh Premier League.

“I also support West Bromwich Albion but whenever they don’t play and the Cofis have a match, then I do my best to be there.

“The club has a fantastic following and the atmosphere the supporters created at the match in Bala in January was something special.

“When I saw on social media that the club had filled up their coach for the return trip to Maes Tegid I offered to pay for a 70-seater bus, so that as many of the supporters as possible could get to the fixture, at no cost t0 themselves.

“I’ll be at the match, and can’t wait to see the Cofi Army in full flow again.”

Those that have already paid for the coach have been fully refunded by club secretary Bethan Fón Bryant Roberts.