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North Wales football summer signings 2020 (Nos 46-60)

Asa Hamilton (No 9) in past action for Airbus. He has now signed for Caernarfon Town. Picture: Andrew Lincoln

Dafydd Buckley Roberts (Pwllheli to Nantlle Vale)

Promising 17-year-old defender who performed very well last season at Pwllheli.

The latest of a number of exciting new signings for Nantlle Vale, Dafydd represented Wrexham Academy until he was 16.

He also played for Wales Schools and Welsh Colleges last season.

Sam Tyrer (Corwen to Llanuwchllyn)

Returns to Llanuwchllyn after a short spell in the Cymru North with Corwen, where he took on the role of assistant player-manager.

Midfielder who has also worn the colours of Dolgellau AA FC.

Bryn Humphreys (Penrhyndeudraeth to Blaenau Amateurs)

Humphreys returns to Cae Clyd after leaving the club in January 2020 to join Penrhyndeudraeth.

He is now back with Blaenau for the 2020-21 season where he is welcomed with open arms. 

The Quarrymen hope Humphreys can continue to contribute the same amount of crucial goals he has for a number of seasons for the club.

Dan Thomas (Llangefni Town to Llannerchymedd)

Superb central defender Thomas left Llan for Llangefni Town four years ago to experience football at a higher level, which proved no problem with his natural ability.

He says his decision to leave Llangefni was a difficult one, but he had decided towards the end of last season to make the move back to Llannerchymedd, his home village.

Asa Hamilton (to Caernarfon Town)

Asa (white) in past action for Rhyl

Interesting signing by Caernarfon manager Huw Griffiths.

Hamilton has a formidable reputation as a goalscorer at Cymru North level – but can he make an impact in the Welsh Premier?

He has represented Airbus, Porthmadog, Buckley Town, Guilsfield and Rhyl, scoring a healthy number of goals.

A tall, robust striker, he will add both experience and physical presence to the Canaries squad.

Llion Jones (Llanrug United to Nantlle Vale)

Jones, 26, who has been with Llanrug most recently, was also part of the successful reserve side at Caernarfon Town back in 2012-13. 

Tall, strong central midfielder who is good on the ball.

Dave Williams (Llandudno Amateurs to Llanfairfechan Town)

Club great Williams is back at Llanfairfechan after a season with Llandudno Amateurs in the Welsh Alliance second division.

Town manager Adam Parry said: “He’s a club legend, played for us for 25 years, then left last season to play a league higher with Llandudno Amateurs but has decided to come back and see out his career at his hometown club.

“I’m delighted to get him signed back, he’s a massive influence on and off the pitch. 

“He’s someone all the lads look up to and has given everyone a big boost. I can’t wait to watch him play in the red and black of Llanfairfechan again.”

Parry had already made a big statement by making goal machine Sean Sheridan his first signing. The front man banged in 31 goals in 18 appearances for Llysfaen last season.

Tomos Jones (Gwalchmai to Llannerchymedd)

Known as Horse for his exceptional work rate on the field, Jones is another excellent summer re-signing for Llan.

His ability to perform anywhere on the pitch and stamina to match will be a big asset for the Medd.

He is also a former player for Bangor City Under-21s, Holyhead Hotspur and Bodedern, where he won the Welsh Alliance title.

Tyler French (to Caernarfon Town)

Talented young keeper French, 23, was brought up in Blaenau Ffestiniog.

He has played for a number of clubs in North Wales, including Porthmadog, Blaenau Amateurs, Barmouth and Dyffryn, Bala Town and Penrhyndeudraeth.

Now he has an opportunity to make his mark in the Cymru Premier.

Richard Jones (Penrhyndeudraeth to Nantlle Vale)

Experienced 28-year-old defender who is very consistent.

Like fellow Nantlle newcomer Iwan Lane, Jones has spent the past 10 years at Penrhyndeudraeth, where he picked up a few trophies in a successful spell for the club.

Jack Fleming (Burscough to Caernarfon Town)

Fleming, 21, was at Tranmere Rovers aged 12-18 and has since played for Skelmersdale and Northwich Victoria before spending last season at Burscough in the North West-Counties League.

The tough-tackling defender, generally a left-back, was on Huw Griffiths’ radar during his time at Cefn Druids, and the manager is delighted to have finally landed his man.

Huw Quaeck (Penrhyndeudraeth to Nantlle Vale)

A 26-year-old central attacking midfielder.

Tricky player who has an eye for goal. Played mostly for Penrhyndeudraeth over the past eight years, apart from a brief spell at Vale during the 2016-17 season.

Gavin Jones (Llanrug United to Nantlle Vale)

This 25-year-old striker is big, strong, physical and quick.

Has most recently been with Llanrug and was part of the triumphant Caernarfon Town reserve side of 2012-13.

Deion Evans (Gwalchmai to Llannerchymedd)

Local lad Evans has been busy getting fitter, leaner and is focused on the coming season after a slight dip in his form last season.

A former Shrewsbury Town youth player, Deion has also been a standout performer for Holyhead Hotspur and Llangefni Town in the past.

An attacking midfielder, he is always capable of contributing goals to any side.

Iwan Lane (Penrhyndeudraeth to Nantlle Vale)

Good capture for Vale manager Daniel Bell.

Lane is a 28-year-old central midfielder; tall, strong and very composed on the ball.

Formerly of Penrhyndeudraeth, he had been at Maes-y-Parc for the past 10 years, playing in some very successful teams before deciding on a move to Maes Dulyn.

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