Cai Henshaw (Penrhyndeudraeth to Blaenau Amateurs)
Played for Penrhyndeudraeth through the junior age groups then signed for the senior team aged 16.
Joining Blaenau Amateurs in 2016-17, scoring some crucial goals to help the Quarrymen avoid relegation.
Returned to Penrhyndeudraeth but left in 2018, joining Porthmadog where he played mainly for their reserve side which won the 2018-19 Welsh Alliance Reserve League double, Cai scoring 20+ goals.
He was also a member of Port’s first team squad in the Huws Gray Alliance on numerous occasions.
Cai signed for Welsh Alliance Division One club Nantlle Vale in summer 2019, but was back Penrhyndeudraeth in January 2020.
Should prove a major asset to a Blaenau attack which has lost the services of the prolific Meilir Williams this summer.
Vita Mbolokele (Brymbo to Ruthin Town)
Will join former Steelmen managers Phil Hudson and Tommy Holmes at Ruthin as soon as the transfer window opens.
Centre-half who played for Southport before Brymbo, where he was first-team captain last season.
Leo Riley (Rhyl to Llandudno)
Goal-scoring midfielder, 24, returns to his former club.
A former trainee at Tranmere Rovers, Riley was also part of Academy squads at Bolton Wanderers and Liverpool before making a move to Llandudno in 2015.
He made 40 Welsh Premier appearances for Tudno, then joined Airbus for their 2018-19 Cymru Alliance double-winning term.
Switched to Rhyl last season and is delighted to be back at Maesdu Park under new Seasiders chief Sean Eardley, who was assistant-manager when Riley last joined Tudno.
Riley said: “To be honest my eyes lit up when I saw Eards took the job. I just want to enjoy playing football again and I know I will do that under him and all the lads.”
Iwan Thomas (Penrhyndeudraeth to Blaenau Amateurs)
Veteran midfielder returns to Cae Clyd after 14 years at Penrhyndeudraeth.
Blaenau manager Ceri Roberts said: “Iwan is a dear friend and a former team mate of mine, both with Blaenau during our cup double winning side of 2004/05, and with Porthmadog.
“Over the moon to have signed such an experienced player, who’s presence both on and off the pitch will benefit us massively.”
Gethin Thomas (Nantlle Vale to Bangor 1876)
The Wales under-19 Colleges international spent the first half of last season with Porthmadog before joining Nantlle Vale in January.
Gethin is from Llanrug and managed to get on the scoresheet for both Porthmadog and Nantlle Vale last term.
He will be a familiar face to many at 1876 as he has previously played with a number of squad members and worked with several of the club’s coaches.
Jamie Cumming (Brymbo to Ruthin Town)
Winger Cumming is a skilful player with a eye for a goal.
The former Liverpool Academy player is blessed with great ability and creative flair.
Deegan John (to Pwllheli)
Player who has progress through the academy at Bangor City will now aim to make his mark at Pwllheli.
New Pwll manager Ben Ogilvy said: “Deegan is a very good young player, technically very good and is a hard-working lad.
“He came up through the academy at Bangor City and I know he will bring a lot of quality to the side.
“I’m looking forward to working with Deegan and getting him out on to The Rec in a Pwllheli shirt.”
Ben Jones (to Rhydymwyn)
Forward Jones is back at the Mighty Mornflake Oats Ground.
He rejoins the club, having previously also played for Preston, Wrexham, Chester and FC Nomads.
Osian Hughes (Bangor 1876)
Former Wrexham Academy player Hughes has agreed to join 1876.
The 18 year old from Bethesda spent eight years at Wrexham and plays in midfield.
He signed a two-year scholarship deal at the Racecourse as a 16-year-old and also had loan spells at Bangor City and Conwy Borough.
Mark Beech (Brymbo to Ruthin Town)
Midfielder Beech, a former Manchester United and Tranmere youth player has plenty of Welsh Premier and Alliance experience with clubs like Cefn Druids, Conwy Borough and Flint Town United.