Following a successful first season in the Gwynedd League, Trearddur Bay Bulls manager Richard Owen has decided to step down due to family commitments.
Owen managed predecessor Bryngwran Bulls to the Anglesey League title in 2018-19 before leading the club again last term when it amalgamated with Trearddur Bay United to form Trearddur Bay Bulls.
The new side were second in the Gwynedd League behind runaway champions Bangor 1876 when the last games of the season were played on March 7, but after points-per-game was brought into play after the campaign ended early due to COVID-19, Bulls were placed fourth.
“We wish to thank Richard for his time, dedication and being an integral part of bringing men’s football back to Trearddur Bay,” said a club statement.
“We are now inviting applications for the first team manager’s role.
“Following a strong season in the Gwynedd League and recent improvements carried out at our ground we are very confident that we will be placed in tier four of the new FAW pyramid structure.
“The ideal candidate will have strong links within the football community and have the drive to match the club’s ambition to gain promotion to tier three of the Welsh pyramid system.”
Anyone interested in applying for the position please contact Gwil Owen or Carwyn Jones on 07795 170643 or 07949 025961 or email email@example.com
Closing date for applications is Tuesday, June 23.
Kinmel Bay FC Reserves are looking for a goalkeeper for the upcoming season.
Once the COVID-19 rules are relaxed and the club is back training they are keen to recruit a new glovesman.
Team manager Alex Craig said: “It would be ideal for someone just coming out of junior football, 16-19 years old, or an older keeper.
“If you do decide to come to Kinmel Bay you will be playing 90 minutes of every game. We are a great bunch of lads with a wealth of experience between us all.”
Anyone interested can get in touch with Alex via social media or through Kinmel Bay Football Club.
New kit launch for Caergybi FC!
Caergybi FC will be looking a million dollars when the 2020-21 season begins.
The club has just launched its new home and away kits. designed by the ever-excellent Teejac Sports.
The red kit sponsor is North Construction, while the black and white strip is sponsored by Anglesey Seafoods and Colm Foley Plastering/General Maintenance.