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North Wales football newest signings (201-210)

Jay Whitehouse (blue) in past action for Rhuddlan Town. Jay has now joined CPD Y Rhyl 1879. Picture: Steve Bowden

Danny Andrews (to Holywell Town)

Another quality signing for Holywell this summer is Danny Andrews.
Andrews is an experienced forward, who can play either in the centre of the pitch or on both flanks.
He is an exciting player that will be another major capture for the Wellmen ahead of their return to the Cymru North.
Andrews was on Liverpool’s books as a youngster and after a spell at Cammell Laird where he was Player of the Year in 2009/10, he joined Witton Albion in 2011 and was named their POTY in 2013/14.
He made more than 250 appearances for the Cheshire club, scoring over 80 goals – including 24 in 52 appearances in 2015-16 – before joining Colwyn Bay for a four-figure fee in June 2016.
Andrews featured in excess of 120 games for the Bay and scored 29 goals over three seasons.
In May 2019, he put pen to paper for Flint Town United, who finished Cymru North runners-up last season, but have been promoted to the Cymru Premier as champions Prestatyn Town could not go up due to a criteria issue.

Jay Whitehouse (Rhuddlan Town to CPD Y Rhyl 1879)

Whitehouse joins new club CPD Y Rhyl 1879 following a successful 2019-20 where he finished leading scorer at Rhuddlan Town.
Striker Whitehouse was formerly part of Rhyl FC squads which competed in the Welsh Premier and Cymru North.
1879 manager Gareth Thomas said: “I’m looking forward to working with Jay having tried to sign him previously.
“Jay will play up top, he has the ability to cover various positions.”

Dion Owen (Caernarfon Town to Llangefni Town)

Talented young full-back who will look to make his mark at Cymru North club Llangefni.
The 18-year-old prospect previously played at the Caernarfon Town Academy.

Garmon Hafal (Ruthin Town to Llandyrnog United)

Brings a wealth of Cymru Alliance experience to Cae Nant and has represented Llandyrnog previously.
Hafal played his youth football at Ruthin and represented the first team at 17 before leaving to attend Aberystwyth University.
While there he played for Bow Street of the Mid Wales League. On his return to the area he was snapped up by Llandyrnog United and helped them gain promotion to the Welsh Alliance.
Garmon then went to New Zealand for 18 months and signed for Cerrigydrudion on his return. He later rejoined Ruthin.

Josh Evans (to Holyhead Town)

The versatile Evans will bring energy, pace and commitment to the Harbourmen.
A former Caergybi player, when living in England he represented Bengeo Trinity in the Hertford and District League.
Josh’s final season was capped off by winning the Division Two Charlie Smith Challenge Cup with Trinity reserves.

Sion Thomas (to Trearddur Bay Bulls)

Sion had been without a club since leaving Holyhead Town midway through last season.
Once Trearddur Bay Bulls manager Derek Thomas heard that he was available he wasted no time in signing him.
A quality full back who pops up with a goal or two, Sion will be a fantastic addition to Bulls’ current squad.

Ryan Roberts (to CPD Y Rhyl 1879)

Former first team goalkeeper at Prestatyn Town where he gained Welsh Premier experience.
Now looking forward to playing for the successor to his hometown club with which he was once a youth team player.

Kevin Evans (Ruthin Town to Llandyrnog United)

Centre-half with vast experience, he represented Llandyrnog previously in the John James era.
Evans has had an illustrious playing career. He played in a very successful Tim Dyer side at Denbigh Town which won the Welsh Alliance, and was a huge figure at Ruthin Town, most recently in the heart of their Cymru Alliance defence.
A classy footballer, Evans also had successful stints at Llannefydd and Dyrny when James was in charge. Even at 38, he’s a coup for Llandyrnog United.

Matty Beach (Rhuddlan Town to CPD Y Rhyl 1879)

Local lad who was outstanding for Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division champions Rhuddlan Town last season.
CPD Y Rhyl 1879 manager Gareth Thomas said: “He has bags of ability, energy and can play anywhere across midfield. He has worked with me previously at Denbigh Town.”

Dan Jones (to CPD Llangoed)

After being out of football for a few seasons playing rugby, Dan Jones has decided to try his hand at the round ball game again and has really impressed at training.
Dan can play in a number of positions.

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