COLWYN Bay have allowed another young player to leave the club on loan this week.

The Seagulls’ confirmed that striker Callum Parry will spend the season at another JD Cymru North side in Holyhead Hotspur once the 2020/21 campaign eventually gets underway.

Parry arrived at the Four Crosses Arena during last year’s January transfer window following a prolific spell at Llanrwst United, turning out in a number of first-team games before the Football Association of Wales curtailed the season due to increasing COVID-19 health concerns.

The striker gained notoriety throughout the North Wales footballing region after a sensational start to last season with the Rwsters, where he netted no fewer than 32 times in all competitions and managed to secure five hat tricks during this time.

By boss Craig Hogg, said: “We are pleased to have come to an agreement with Darren Garmey and Holyhead Hotspur for Callum.

“He is another player who has impressed us a lot since he arrived at the Bay, but for now the young man needs consistent football in the short term.

"We hope this season does get going and that can become the case for him. I would like to thank Holyhead Hotspur and their manager for facilitating the move and, again, it is one that is good for all parties.

“Callum will be working at a good club with a good manager and will be in safe hands for sure.

“We look forward to seeing him back at the Bay in the summer with the benefit of regular Cymru North football under his belt."

The 22-year-old has made seven appearances for the Bay and scored his debut goal for the club in the 3-1 win over Llanfair United in February.