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North Wales football signings latest update (131-140)

Top class goalkeeper Dylan Roberts has joined Mynydd Llandegai. Picture: CPD Mynydd Llandegai

Dylan Roberts (Llanrug United to Mynydd Llandegai)

One of the best goalkeepers seen at tier 3 level in North Wales in recent years has joined Mynydd Llandegai.

Dylan Roberts departs Llanrug United after seven impressive seasons with the former Welsh Alliance Division One club.

He previously represented Caernarfon Town, Caernarfon Wanderers and Caernarfon Borough, and in 2014 played for the Wales Deaf Futsal team.

Meddai CPD Mynydd Llandegai: “Mae’n bleser cael cadarnhau fod Dylan Roberts wedi cytuno i ymuno gyda’r clwb am y tymor newydd.

“Mae Dylan yn ymuno efo ni ar ôl treulio saith tymor efo CPD Llanrug United, lle fuodd yn lwyddiannus iawn dros y blynyddoedd.

“Yn ogystal a chwarae i Llanrug, mae Dylan wedi chwarae i Caernarfon Town, Caernarfon Wanderers a Caernarfon Borough dros y blynyddoedd. Mae Dylan hefyd wedi cynrychioli ei wlad pan chwaraeodd i dîm Futsal Byddar Cymru yn 2014.

“Mae Dylan yn gôl-geidwad o safon uchel sydd yn edrych ymlaen am sialens newydd a helpu’r clwb gyrraedd ein targed o ennill dyrchafiad i Haen 3 cyn gynted â phosib.”

Tomos Clarke (Conwy Borough to Porthmadog)

Defender Clarke will be returning to the Traeth for the coming season having previously played for the club in 2016/17.

A member of the Island Games winning Ynys Môn squad in 2019, he will be an important addition to Craig Papirnyk’s plans at Port.

Manager Papirnyk said: “Tom, who is a very strong and talented centre-half, will be a welcome addition to the squad and one that will bolster our defence massively for the season ahead.

“Since leaving us for Glantraeth in 2017, Tom has represented Holyhead Hotspur and more recently Conwy where he has established himself as a top defender in the Cymru North league. He has gained valuable experience and is a coup of a signing for us.

“It is a statement of intent bringing Tom here, he believes in the project and wants to help the club get back to more successful times.”

Craig Moore (Trearddur Bay Bulls to CPD Gwalchmai)

CPD Gwalchmai have boosted their squad with the signing of one of Anglesey’s top strikers.

Craig Moore has committed himself to the Maes Meurig club for the 2020-21 season.

Moore, 28, has a reputation as a prolific goalscorer on Ynys Môn.

He finished last season at Trearddur Bay Bulls, netting four times on debut, having started the campaign at Holyhead Hotspur, scoring 13 times between the first and reserve teams.

In 2018-19, he banged in a career-best 57 goals for Anglesey League champions Bryngwran Bulls.

Moore has also played for Trearddur Bay United, Glantraeth, Bodedern Athletic and Holyhead Town.

His career goals tally is edging towards the 300-mark, having been top-scorer for Trearddur in both 2013/14 and 2014/15 (31 and 29 goals respectively).

The following campaign he was a member of the Bay squad which landed the Welsh Alliance Division One title at the first attempt.

Craig has also won the Gwynedd League title and Bob Owen Memorial Shield with Bodedern, as well as the Elias Cup with Holyhead Town.

Gwalchmai now becomes his eighth island club.

Steven Tindall (Llanrug United to CPD Mynydd Llandegai)

It’s a big welcome back to Llandegai for the talented Tindall.

He will need no introduction to Mynydd fans, having had two previous spells at the club between 2013-15 and 2016-18.

Steven is a former Llandegai captain and a midfielder who can score goals.

Meddai rheolwr Huw Davies: “Croeso yn ôl i Steven Tindall sydd wedi cytuno i ail-ymuno gyda’r clwb ar ôl dwy flynedd iffwrdd.

“Does dim angen dweud llawer amdano gan fod pawb sy’n gysylltiedig efo’r clwb yn ei adnabod yn dda iawn.

Mae Steven wrth gwrs yn cyn-gapten y clwb ac wedi chwarae i ni am 4 tymor yn y gorffennol yn y cyfnodau 2013-2015 a 2016-2018.

Dani’n edrach ymlaen i’w weld yn ôl mewn crys Mynydd pan fydd y tymor yn ail-ddechrau.

“Dwi’n falch iawn bod Tinds wedi cytuno i ail-ymuno efo ni ar ôl dwy flynedd i ffwrdd yn chwarae gyda CPD Y Felinheli, Bontnewydd a Llanrug United.

Eto mae’n chwaraewr profiadol sydd wedi chwarae Haen 3 efo ni a chlybiau eraill yn y gorffennol.

“Un o’r chwaraewyr caletaf a gorau dwi wedi chwarae efo a rheoli, fydd o’n ‘asset’ mawr i ni wrth i ni gwffio am y gynghrair tymor nesa.”

Dean Redmond (Bodedern Athletic to Menai Bridge Tigers)

Big signing for Menai Bridge Tigers – striker Dean Redmond is back with the Anglesey club.

The 31-year-old returns to the Bridge after a season in the Welsh Alliance with Bodedern Athletic, where he was top scorer with 18 goals.

The season prior, Redmond piled up 39 goals as Menai were crowned Gwynedd League champions, but were refused promotion on a ground criteria issue.

Now the player affectionately nicknamed “Curly”, is ready to go for goals in the new tier 4 North West Coast West Premier Division with the Tigers.

Cai Powell Roberts (Llangefni Town to Holyhead Hotspur)

Manager Darren Garmey has added to his squad with the capture of the talented Roberts from Cymru North rivals Llangefni Town.

Cai, who normally plays in defence but can also fill in on other areas of the pitch, joins on the back of his successful participation in summer 2019’s Inter-Island Games victory for Ynys Môn.

Garmey said: “Cai is a player we have admired for a long time and we couldn’t be happier now we have managed to bring him to Hotspur.

“As well as being an integral part of the success Llangefni have had, he also played a big part in the gold medal winning Ynys Môn side last summer.

He is a fantastic footballer who can operate both in defence and midfield and what is also impressive is he has played a lot of first team football for someone of his age.”

Sion Jones (to Holyhead Town)

Formerly with Pentraeth, Glantraeth and Llangefni Reserves, Jones has also been an assistant-manager at Porthmadog Reserves.

He is well known to Town coach David Jones as they previously worked together at Glantraeth.

Sion is a commanding centre-back and will be an asset next season on and off the pitch. He has gained vital experience across the former Tiers 3-6.

With the club rebuilding he will be able to support and guide the young players within the squad.

Sion is currently working towards his UEFA C Licence and has gained experience coaching at Porthmadog.

In order to develop his coaching practice, Sion will be assisting with the delivery of sessions during the season.

Huw Shaw (Conwy Borough to Llanfairpwll)

Shaw joins tier 5 club Llanfairpwll from Conwy Borough where he spent last season working with veteran keeper Ben Heald.

The new signing arrives at Maes Eilian with a vast amount of experience having played higher league football for Pentraeth also.

He stated his intentions to sign for the club a number of weeks ago and the coaches are really looking forward to working with him and seeing if they can add anything to his game.

With already having Carwyn Hughes at the club that leaves Llanfairpwll in a great place, having two keepers of that standard to choose from.

Joey Jones (FC Queen’s Park to Caernarfon Town)

Highly-rated goalkeeper has a chance to make an impact in the Cymru Premier.

Jones, 26, joins the Canaries from Queen’s Park, with whom he won the Welsh National League Premier Division title and represented in the Cymru Alliance.

Has also had spells at Wrexham and Gresford. Tremendous shot-stopper who faces a battle with Josh Tibbetts for the No 1 short at The Oval.

John Jones (Trearddur Bay Bulls to Gwalchmai)

John Jones (right) receives the 2019 NWCFA Junior Cup Final man of the match award from Association president Dennis Bryant

Lively young defender John first made his mark with Bryngwran Bulls in the Anglesey League.

In May 2019, he was named man of the match in the NWCFA Junior Cup final, where Bulls were beaten 3-1 by Bro Goronwy.

He played for Trearddur Bay Bulls last season and now moves on to Gwalchmai, who will compete in the tier 4 North Wales Coast West Premier Division this term.

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