PRESTATYN Town have resolved their dispute with a clothing manufacturer which resulted in the club being issued with a winding up order.

Stockport-based company Aficionado Distribution Limited issued the order following an outstanding debt involving a significant amount of new kit made for the club late last year, with the petition presented to the High Court on November 30.

Club representatives were due to attend a specially arranged hearing at the Manchester District Registry on Monday, January 21, but a spokesman stated that the matter was settled prior to the date.

A statement, read: “As a follow-up to our previous statement concerning an outstanding issue with a kit supplier, the club can now confirm that the debt has been cleared as promised.

“This was an oversight by the club. We would like to thank the fans for their continued understanding and support.”

This was the latest in a series of issues relating to off-the-field matters at the Huws Gray Alliance side in recent years, with a huge community fundraising push saving the club from extinction at the hands of a £53,000 HMRC tax bill in 2017.

Since that period, Town’s ownership has changed hands, with Dave Farrall, Neal Colakoglu and Salih Colakoglu purchasing the club from Chris Tipping, who remains part of the board in an advisory role.

Things have been looking up for Neil Gibson’s side of late, with the one-time basement dwellers currently sitting in mid-table after an outstanding run of recent Huws Gray Alliance results.