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Bethel Ladies sign two Welsh Premier forwards

Fflur Williams (left) and Jordanne Greenough have signed for Bethel from Llandudno

Bethel Ladies have added two forwards with vast Welsh Premier League experience to their squad.

Jordanne Greenough and Fflur Williams have both joined the Caernarfon-area club from Llandudno.

The pair played their final games for Tudno in Sunday’s Welsh Cup tie at home to Abergavenny, Greenough scoring in the team’s heavy defeat.

Anglesey-based Jordanne, 26, began her career with Llangefni Girls aged 14 and a year later signed for Caernarfon Town Ladies.

Jordanne Greenough (red) in action for Llandudno this season at Briton Ferry. Picture: Duncan Roberts

She was a big success at The Oval under manager Keith Fearns, her highlights including representing Town in the 2010/11 Welsh Premier play-off final against Swansea City for a chance to qualify for Europe.

Jordanne later joined Llandudno’s Welsh Premier League side and played in the 2015-16 Welsh Cup final against Cardiff City FC Women.

Last year, she was part of the Ynys Môn women’s squad which defied all the odds by reaching the Inter-Island Games final.

Jordanne was top-scorer for Llandudno this season before the club resigned from the Welsh Premier.

Known for her pace, she can play in several positions, including striker, winger and full-back. She also once had a successful trial with Stoke City.

Fflur Williams, 18, is a speedy attacking player who has represented Llandudno Under-14s and U16s, plus Cardiff City Ladies in the English pyramid, as well as Llandudno Ladies.

Fflur Williams playing for Llandudno against Corwen this season. Picture: Sian Armstrong

A prolific scorer at junior level, she takes after her well-known father Euryn, who netted 683 goals in a remarkable career mainly served with Bro Cernyw, the club he helped form in 1990.

Fflur is a previous top goalscorer for Llandudno under 14’s and twice for the under 16’s.

She was also a past player of the year for both teams, and once scored seven in a game for the U14s and chalked up 60 goals in a season for the U16s.

Fflur was also once capped for Wales Under-17s against Northern Ireland. She also has a twin brother!

Bethel manager Ben Bolton said: “We are delighted to sign two players of such quality, both of whom have vast Welsh Premier League experience and will be important to us at such an important time of the season.”

Bethel are currently second in North Wales Women’s League Division One, having also reached the NEWFA Cup semi-finals, where they are due to visit Wrexham this Sunday.

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