Summer signings in North Wales football (221-240)
Jamie Moorhouse (right) has joined Llandudno Albion

221 Conner Kendrick (Cefn Albion to Penycae)

Conner Kendrick


Prolific goalscorer returns to Penycae after a glorious spell at Cefn Albion, where he scored 10 goals in last season’s run to FAW Trophy glory.

Other former clubs for this 24-year-old include Rhydymwyn. Has already made big impression during pre-season in front of goal for Penycae.

222 Tyler French (Holywell Town to Llangefni Town)

Tyler French


Stand-out young goalkeeper with Holywell Town last season aiming to make his mark for newly-promoted JD Cymru North side Llangefni.

Has also played high-level football for Bala Town, Porthmadog, Blaenau Amateurs, Barmouth and Dyffryn and Penrhyndeudraeth in his career.

223 Ryan Hughes (Pentraeth Reserves to Ogwen Tigers)

Ryan Hughes


Midfielder Hughes has played for the likes of Bryngwran Bulls, Bodorgan and most recently, Pentraeth Reserves.

His experience and voice in the midfield will no doubt benefit Gwynedd League outfit Ogwen Tigers throughout the season.

224 Tommy Davies (Corwen to Llanuwchllyn)

Tommy Davies


Full-back will bring energy, experience and quality to Llanuwchllyn. Tommy excels in the back-line and loves a tackle.

225 Harley Steel (Denbigh Town to Gresford)

Harley Steel


Classy 18-year-old who performed well for Gresford in this week’s friendly against Brickfield Rangers and goes straight into Steven Halliwell’s first-team squad.

Was at Denbigh towards the end of last season, but is a Wrexham lad with bags of potential.

226 Ollie Crimp (Corwen to Llanuwchllyn)

Ollie Crimp


Will bring plenty of energy to the Llanuwchllyn squad, being a very fit individual.

Crimp has a point to prove having been injured last few seasons and not getting a real chance to show what he could do at Corwen.

227 Marc Williams (Pentraeth Res to Ogwen Tigers)

Marc Williams


An energetic midfielder who is looking forward to stepping up to the Gwynedd League with the Tigers.

Performed well for Pentraeth Reserves in a competitive Anglesey League last season.

228 Gerwyn Roberts (Mynydd Llandegai to Llangefni Town)

A holding midfielder who also played at both centre-back and right-back for Welsh Alliance Division One side Mynydd over the last two seasons, having previously represented Glantraeth.

Was selected for the Ynys Mon squad which won the Inter-Island Games this summer.

Gerwyn has been impressing in pre-season games for Cymru North newcomers Cefni.

229 Dan Cox (Cefn Albion to Ruthin Town)

Centre midfielder who played a key role in Albion’s journey to lifting the FAW Trophy last season.

Now trying his luck with Cymru North club Ruthin, where he will look to create a big impact.

230 Steven Leslie (Newtown to Bala Town)

Steven Leslie has joined Bala Town


Midfielder joins Bala from Newtown after featuring for the Lakesiders throughout their pre-season campaign.

The 31 year old was born in Glasgow but was brought up in Shrewsbury and still lives there now. He came through the youth ranks at Shrewsbury making over 100 appearances for the club.

From there, followed spells at Hereford United, Wrexham and AFC Telford before a move to coach football in Australia.

On his return to the UK he has appeared for Worcester City, Solihull Moors, Sutton Coldfield, Corby Town and then Newtown.

231 David Prysor (Cerrigydrudion to Llanuwchllyn)

A no nonsense defender, powerful in the tackle and can play centre half or full back.

232 Callum Mcminimee (Bodedern to Llangefni Town)

Callum McMinimee


Right-sided attacker returns to Cefni, where he started last season but later joined Bodedern Athletic for the closing months of the campaign.

Other former clubs include Llannerchymedd and Amlwch.

233 Callum Dutton (Rhosllanerchrugog to Cefn Mawr Rangers)

Callum Dutton


Joins Rangers for the new 2019/2020 campaign having previously spent his last two seasons at Rhosllanerchrugog.

Cal is a dominant central defender, who has outstanding leadership qualities which will prove invaluable to the current Cefn Mawr squad.

234 Jack Williams (Llandudno Athletic to Llandudno Albion)

Jack Williams

Goal-getter Williams returns to Albion after a successful stint with Athletic which has seen Rhys Lane’s side become a prominent force in the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Premier Division.

Now aiming to make an impact in Welsh Alliance Division One with the Albion.

235 John Jones (Plas Madoc to Cefn Mawr Rangers)

John Jones


Experienced centre-half signs back for Rangers after he was part of the double cup winning team of three seasons ago before moving onto Plas Madoc.

Rangers are delighted to see JB back in the red shirt.

236 Paul Jones (Corwen to Llanuwchllyn)

Brings plenty of experience to Llanuwchllyn having played in the Welsh National League for a number of seasons.

He will also bring leadership to the back four for his new club.

237 Jamie Moorhouse (Llandudno Athletic to Llandudno Albion)

Jamie Moorhouse

Towering central defender who is always a danger at set-pieces. Another who has impressed in an Athletic shirt in recent times, having also played for last season’s Welsh Alliance Division Two champions Glan Conwy.

Also a member of last season’s FC Mally quadruple-winning Sunday league squad.

238 Andrew Watkin (to Cefn Albion)

Andrew Watkin


Midfielder Watkin, 31, is one of Albion’s newest recruits. An experienced player who has always played at a good level.

239 Jake Ashworth (to Menai Bridge Tigers)

Jake Ashworth


Ashworth has previously had spells with Y Felinheli and Bodedern Athletic. He has been impressive in his appearances for Menai this pre-season and has adapted well to the players and surroundings.

Jake is comfortable at centre back and centre midfield and will be a great addition to the squad.

240 Jamie Roberts (Glantraeth to Llangefni Town)

Jamie Roberts


Having represented Wales at youth and college level and then developing through the academy at Connah’s Quay, attacking midfielder Roberts has gone on to play for a number of Anglesey clubs in his short career.

He also had a spell at Caernarfon Town in 2016-17.

Other ex-clubs include Holyhead Hotspur and Glantraeth, but now his aim is shine in the Cymru North with Cefni.

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