Wilson is back for Seasiders tonight.Byline: DAVE JONES
PRESTATYN Town welcome back midfielder Gareth Wilson Gareth Wilson (born in Dublin on August 28 1980) was an Irish soccer player during the 1990s and 2000s.
Wilson appeared mostly for the Bohs Reserves making a single appearance for the club in a Leinster Senior Cup tie against St Francis in January 2000. from suspension for tonight's home clash with Gap Connah's Quay Coordinates: Connah's Quay (Welsh: Cei Conna) is the largest town in Flintshire, North Wales, lying on the River Dee, near the border with England. (7.30pm), but striker Ian Griffiths is banned.
Griffiths picked up a red card for violent conduct in last Saturday's draw at Port Talbot Port Talbot (tôl`bət), town (1981 pop. 40,078), Neath Port Talbot, S Wales, at the mouth of the Avon (Afan) River on Swansea Bay. Port Talbot is a popular seaside resort. Nearby are the steelworks at Margam and the oil refinery at Baglan. and is out for three matches.
Town should otherwise be close to full strength, with midfielders Steve Hoult and Alec Williams expected to be fit despite being taken off in Tuesday night's 2-0 North Wales Challenge Cup defeat at Colwyn Bay.
"We took them off more as a precaution, but we're hopeful both should be okay," said Seasiders player-manager Neil Gibson.
Just a point tonight will put Prestatyn second outright, but Gibson will look for maximum spoils against a Quay side that Town failed to beat in four attempts last term.
"Connah's Quay are always hard to beat, I watched them frustrate Rhyl for long periods earlier in the season. We're expecting a difficult game," added Gibson.
Meanwhile, Quay player-manager Mark McGregor welcomes back two key players tonight, writes Mike McEvoy.
Striker Andy Olsen, who missed last week's goalless draw against Technogroup Welshpool due to illness, has reported fully fit so is added to the squad along with midfielder Stuart Cook, back from his involvement in an England 5-a-side event.
Also listed in the Quay squad is Stuart Scheuber who is still recovering from a long-term injury.
"Stuart came on as substitute for the last 10 minutes against Welshpool and although he's still not quite back to absolute peak fitness, he's almost there," explained the Deesiders' boss.
McGregor has a high regard for Prestatyn's achievements this season and knows this will be a testing trip down the coast road.
"They have had a great start," he added. "Not only are they playing consistently well but scoring goals with it so we will need to be on our toes if we are to come away with anything."
Quay boss Mark McGregor