STRIKER Lee Spike may have played his last game for Colwyn Bay.
Ex-Rhyl forward Spike, who scored on his debut for the Seagulls in a 2-1 FA Trophy defeat against Burton Albion last month, is struggling to be regularly available on Saturdays due to work commitments.
“He’s told me he’ll only be available one Saturday in every four, which is not really beneficial to the club,” said Bay manager Gary Finley.
“It’s a pity as I was impressed with Lee against Burton. I felt he could have done a good job for us.”
Colwyn go into today’s home clash with Warrington Town anxious to pick up points.
With last Saturday’s game at Sheffield FC called off due to a waterlogged pitch, the Bay – due to their successful cup runs – are 13th and lagging behind in the fixtures. Only Sheffield have played less matches.
Warrington, a place below the North Wales club, have mustered just 20 goals in their 21 matches so far and are the division’s second lowest scorers.
The Bay thrashed Warrington 4-0 at Llanelian Road in August with Neil Black plundering a hat-trick. System changes within the league mean they entertain the Cheshire side twice this term.
Player-coach Mark Quayle is due back from suspension, but Steve Pope and Lewis Callaghan are injured and defender Kyle Armstrong is still on holiday.