PRESTATYN Sports received a positive response to their recent reserve team open day trials.

The club is looking to make some positive strides behind the scenes next season after being relegated to Tier 4, and Sports’ first and reserve sides are now back in training after formally receiving clearance from the Football Association of Wales.

Manager Sion Williams is putting together a competitive squad for the upcoming campaign, which is set to see them compete in the NWCFA Tier 4 Premier Division (East) in what is expected to be a hotly contested league.

Sports will be at a new home next term after deciding to leave their long-time base a Gronant, with a new venue set to be confirmed in the coming weeks.

A post on Prestatyn Sports’ Facebook page, read: “Good to see everyone back for first-team training, a good session with some old and new faces turning up.

“Everyone worked hard and the first one is now out of the way.

“We also had out open session for our newly formed reserve team. We want to say thanks to everyone that turned up, a great response from local lads and a great attitude towards training by all.

“Big thanks to all the Junior coaches at the club for coming down both days to help out, and help keep to all the new FAW Covid-19 rules.”

Sports enjoyed a meteoric rise through the Welsh pyramid system in a short space of time, eventually making their way into Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One.

They finished comfortably in the top-half during their first season at third-tier level, but they endured some hardship last time out and failed to pick up a league success.