Sean Sheridan (to Llysfaen)
One of the signings of the season across the whole of North Wales football.
Llysfaen have played just 19 competitive matches, yet Sheridan has amassed 31 goals in all competitions, including all four in the club’s best-ever display – a 4-3 victory at Nefyn in the NWCFA Junior Cup.
He began the season with a hat-trick and has added four more trebles since.
Before Llysfaen’s only defeat this season – against Bangor 1876 in the Junior Cup – Sheridan had scored in eight games in succession.
Steven Flanagan (Kinmel Bay to Rhuddlan Town)
Flanagan has only been with the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division leaders a couple of months but has already emerged as a fantastic talent.
He put in a man of the match performance against Llansannan and another good one in the 4-2 home win versus Llanfairfechan Town.
Jack Williams (Llandudno Athletic to Llandudno Albion)
Williams has put away some crucial goals for Albion this season, especially in the team’s run to the final of the FAW Trophy.
Previously had a successful stint with Athletic during which Rhys Lane’s side became a prominent force in the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Premier Division.
George Hibbert (to Trearddur Bay Bulls)
Midfield engine Hibbert has produced a series of fine performances for his new club this season.
A tough tackling player, comfortable on the ball and with an eye for a pass, he has helped the Bulls made a strong impact in their debut campaign in the Gwynedd League.
Ben Smith (Rhos United to Rhuddlan Town)
Holding midfielder who was part of the Rhos team that won promotion and got to a cup final last season.
He has made a big impression at Rhuddlan, volleying in a fantastic goal against Llanfairfechan. Has been absent last few games and Town have missed him massively.
Reece Kearney (Abergele to Llysfaen)
Llysfaen’s all-time top goalscorer Kearney made a welcome return to the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Division One club last summer after a spell at Abergele.
And Kearney has been as reliable as ever, notching 13 goals as Emlyn Robert Jones’ side went 18 matches unbeaten – the best run in North Wales.
Jamie Petrie (to Bangor 1876)
With vast experience in the Welsh Premier for the likes of Connah’s Quay Nomads and Bangor City, it was always going to be a good decision for newcomers Bangor 1876 to bring his proven goal-getter on board.
And how has he delivered! So far Petrie has netted 43 goals as 1876 look to be running away with the Gwynedd League title.
Even with 43, he is not actually the top scorer. That honour falls to Dylan Summers-Jones, currently on 45.
Kai Edwards (Llandudno to Prestatyn Town)
Cymru North runaway leaders Prestatyn have been awesome in defence this season and much of that is down to the performances of marquee signing Kai Edwards.
Spells at Wrexham, Neath, The New Saints and Connah’s Quay Nomads and Llandudno on his CV tells you all you need to know about this former Wales Schoolboys captain.
He was one of seven former Prestatyn players to return to the club in June.
Conner Kendrick (Penycae to Mold Alex)
Highly-regarded striker Kendrick left Penycae to join Mold last October and marked his debut with two goals.
Is Mold’s top marksman in the Welsh National League Premier Division and a player you can always rely on to find the net.
Will always be remembered as the main goal supplier in Cefn Albion’s FAW Trophy success of 2018/19.
Tom Zalot (Llanfairpwll to Llangoed)
Returned to Llangoed in the January transfer window and has already made a big impression, scoring all four goals in the recent 4-2 win over Llanystumdwy.
Zalot had earlier made his mark with Llanfairpwll in the Anglesey League, banging in eight goals, and he has since added another six for Llangoed, making it 14 for the campaign.
Manager Mark Thomas is hugely excited by Zalot’s potential as part of a young squad at Tyddyn Paun.