201 Ant Parry (Valley to Caergybi FC)
Experienced quality striker who can hold the ball up, link up play and find the back of the net.
Caergybi manager Dale Moffat recalls Parry scoring many times against his side, including a screamer last year for Valley.
“We are delighted to now have him on our side,” said Dale.
“Having previously played for Holyhead Town, Trearddur Bay, Holyhead Hotspur and Valley, he has higher league experience which will be a boost to our squad.
“He has been hampered with injuries, so we are hoping we can get and keep him fit so he can have a big part to play for us for the upcoming season. He has been doing well in training and is looking forward to getting going.”
202 George Thomas (Hawarden Rangers to Mold Alex)
Thomas joins Mold from Hawarden, where he has been a consistent performer over the last two seasons.
George is a solid, no-nonsense defender who is seen as a very welcome addition to the Alex squad.
203 Jamie Thomas (to Bangor 1876)
Thomas is a 16-year-old right sided defender or midfielder who hails from Nebo, near Caernarfon.
204 Stewart White (to St Asaph City)
Veteran striker with Welsh Premier experience in his younger days for the likes of Rhyl, Airbus, Bangor City, Connah’s Quay Nomads and Caersws.
One-time prolific scorer for Rhyl Reserves in their Welsh Alliance championship-winning side of 2003-04.
Other ex-clubs include Altrincham, Droylsden, Ruthin Town and Prestatyn Town.
205 Ben Howarth (FC Nomads to Mold Alex)
Alex see the capture of Howarth as a fantastic addition to the squad as he brings with him a vast amount of experience and a winning mentality.
Formerly with Penycae, Connah’s Quay Town and Connah’s Quay Nomads, as well as FC Nomads.
206 Lee Jones (Airbus to St Asaph City)
Promising young player who has come through the ranks at Airbus, playing for the under-19s and also featuring for the first team squad on occasion.
207 Lee Emberton (Greenfield to Mold Alex)
Returns to Alyn Park for a second spell having previously represented the club at tier two,
An experienced and versatile defender whose former clubs include Holywell Town and Airbus, who he played for in the Welsh Premier.
208 Elias Jones (Kinmel Bay to Llannefydd)
Goalkeeper who has played for Cerrigydrudion. Prestatyn and then Kinmel Bay last year.
“With Llannefydd losing their keeper from last year it was a priority to get a highly rated keeper in our ranks,” said manager Gwyndaf Pritchard.
209 Danny Wynne (Hawarden Rangers to Mold Alex)
Experienced centre forward who will give Mold a real focal point and bring a different dimension to their attack.
Wynne is a proven goalscorer at Welsh National League Premier Division level and can be a constant thorn in the sides of defenders.
210 Callum Smith (to Cefn Mawr Rangers)
Smith has been a long term target for Rangers. He has experience playing at Rhos Aelwyd and Cefn Druids.
Callum can operate as either a striker or as an attacking midfielder and possesses all the qualities Cefn Mawr want to bring to the club.
211 David Evans (St Asaph City to Llannefydd)
Defender who has captained St Asaph over the past few seasons
A leader on and off the field, he will bring experience to Gwyndaf Pritchard’s squad.
212 Tom Pemberton (Cefn Druids to Cefn Mawr Rangers)
Pemberton rejoins Rangers after a spell at Cefn Druids, winning the reserves division last season.
Tom is a strong, committed central midfielder who will add a real strength to the spine of the Rangers team.
213 Jack Davies (St Asaph City to Llannefydd)
Left-back signed from Saints. Naturally left footed and a dead ball expert.
214 Gavin Sharpe (Llannerchymedd to Llangefni Town)
Midfield ace adds strength to Llangefni’s new challenge in Tier 2 North and Mid this season.
A key man for Llannerchymedd last term, Sharpe has also played for Holyhead Hotspur in the Cymru Alliance, as well as Cefni previously in the Welsh Alliance, plus Bodedern Athletic.
215 Emma Roden (Rhyl to Denbigh Town)
Experienced defender/midfielder who rejoins Denbigh after a spell with Welsh Premier side Rhyl last season.
Emma also featured for a peak Wrexham side in the days when the Welsh Premier became fully national.
Pacy and lively performer who is an asset to any attack.
216 Deion Evans (Llannerchymedd to Llangefni Town)
Dynamic central midfielder who played at youth level for Shrewsbury Town before heading to Holyhead Hotspur.
Rejoined Llannerchymedd at the start of last season along with Gavin Sharpe, but has now opted to give Tier 2 North and Mid another go with Cefni.
217 Jamie Roberts (to Cefn Mawr Rangers)
Lands at Cefn Mawr having spent previous seasons at both Plas Madoc and Brymbo.
JR is a versatile player who can play as a striker or as a wing-back which gives the squad great options.
218 Ramone Nelson (Penycae to Plas Madoc)
Nelson signs for the Madoc after being at Penycae last year. Very versatile, hard working player that will bring the Welsh National League Premier Division newcomers just what they need.
219 Marcus Davies (Penyffordd to Plas Madoc)
A long time target for Madoc manager Ryan Roberts. Very classy midfielder who is very good in the air and on the floor, a great addition to the club.
220 Seb Kidd (Acton to Brickfield Rangers)
Brickfield boss Gareth Rhys Roberts is delighted to get Seb Kidd on board at Clywedog Park.
Brickie have been trying to sign the player for four years and finally have their man, Kidd producing an immense performance in the recent friendly against Gresford Athletic.