Ruthin Town goal ace Morris lands big Cymru Prem move – signings 221-250

Llyr Morris is Bala-bound. Picture: Bala Town FC

Llyr Morris (Ruthin Town to Bala Town)

For many years people have said the Cymru Premier League is tailor-made for the goal-getting talents of Llyr Morris.
Season-after-season, goal-after-goal, the 24-year-old striker decided to remain faithful to his boyhood club Ruthin Town of the Cymru North.
But now Morris has finally opted to take the plunge and sign for top flight Europa League bound outfit Bala Town.
Forward Morris became part of the Wales U-16 set up when he was still a pupil at Ysgol Brynhyfryd, Ruthin.
His prolific goalscoring feats for Ruthin saw him finish Cymru North top marksman in 2017-18 and 2018-19, but now he makes the step up to the Cymru Premier, where he will wear the No 18 shirt for the Lakesiders.

Carl Lamb (to CPD Y Rhyl 1879)

Experienced striker who has played for many clubs in his career.
Former teams include: Chesterfield, The New Saints, Cammell Laird, Bangor City, Cefn Druids, Droylsden, Welshpool Town, Witton Albion, Aberystwyth Town, Alfreton, Rhyl FC, Vauxhall Motors, Ashville and Buckley Town.
As a youth he was with Liverpool and Chester City.
He also had goal-packed spells in Australia with the likes of Shepparton, Cobham and Dandenong Thunder.
Lamb, 35, represented Bangor City in 2004-05 and 2005-06, featuring in the Inter-Toto Cup tie against FC Dinaburg of Latvia and also played in the 2006 Welsh Cup final, which the Citizens lost 2-0 to Rhyl.
He joined TNS in January 2007 and was part of a Welsh Premier League title-winning side.
In more recent times, Lamb is remembered for scoring inside the first 10 seconds of Rhyl’s 2-1 Welsh Premier home defeat to TNS in 2016-17.

Ethan Jones (Porthmadog to Gaerwen)

Much sought after up and coming midfielder Ethan has committed himself to Gaerwen for the 2020-21 season.
The talented youngster has previously played for and captained a very successful Coast Cup winning Llangefni Youth team and had a spell with Porthmadog Reserves.
Having had offers to play higher tier/level, it is a huge compliment to Gaerwen and a sign of their ambition to have him join.

Sean Dodd (to Rhostyllen)

Veteran of the North Wales football scene.
Ex-clubs include Lex XI, FC Queen’s Park, Caernarfon Town, Buckley Town and Brymbo. He plays centre midfield or centre back.
This 34-year-old will bring lots of experience to Rhostyllen.

Tyler Hughes (to Gaerwen)

Young attacker Hughes has been very impressive and stood out during training so far.
Gaerwen manager Justin Gallagher reports he is very impressive for his age and shows lots of potential.

Jon Williams (Gaerwen to Gwalchmai)

A Gwalchmai FC legend returns to the club.
Defender Williams previously spent 10 years at Maes Meurig and established himself as a fans favourite.
He will be welcomed back at Gwalch with open arms no doubt.

Sean McGrath (to Gaerwen)

Another promising 16 year old joins Gaerwen for the upcoming season and the future.
Sean McGrath makes his first step into seniors football after playing for a very successful and highly rated Cae Glyn Juniors.

Lee Morris (Bethesda Athletic to Llandegfan)

Joins Anglesey club Llandegfan from Bethesda.
Can play anywhere across the defence.

Sion Roberts (to Gaerwen)

Another talented youngster aims to make his way in adult football with a new-look Gaerwen squad.
Sixteen-year-old Sion Roberts is preparing for a first campaign at seniors level.
Sion played for a very successful Cae Glyn juniors set up and is also a product of the Caernarfon Academy system.

Lewis Parry (Wrexham to Brickfield Rangers)

Brickfield Rangers are delighted with the capture of 18-year-old striker Lewis Parry.
Lewis has spent a lot of his early career at Wrexham and was recently released by the National League side.
He attracted a lot of attention from a number of Welsh tier 2 teams, as well as English non-league sides, but has chosen to stay local in signing for the Bricky.
Lewis said “I’m delighted to sign for the club – when I spoke to the gaffer, and after hearing his plans for the future and the direction the club want to go in, it made it an easy choice for me.
“The club has a great buzz around the place and it’s a very exciting time for everyone involved – I can’t wait to get started.”

Manager Gareth Wilson said: “Lewis is a young and talented centre forward and I am absolutely delighted that he has chosen to sign for Brickfield and I look forward to him helping drive us forwards as a club.”

Andrew Hughes (to Gaerwen)

Gaerwen are pleased to welcome 25-year-old goalkeeper Hughes to Lon Groes.
The new recruit said: “Justin (Gallagher) has been building a very exciting team with a mix of youth and experience, which I’m sure will be very competitive in what is a tough league, and when asked to be a part of the team it was difficult to turn down.”
Gallagher added: “Keeper seems to always be the hardest position to sort pre-season, so I’m delighted to not only have sorted one, but to also have a very good one.”

Jonny Mitchell-Conlan (St Martin’s Village to Chirk Town)

Tough tackling midfielder Mitchell-Conlan signs from St Martins Village and joins younger brother Tristan in the Taverners squad.

Tom Griffiths (Mynydd Llandegai to Gaerwen)

Talented young full back Griffiths previously played for Mynydd Llandegai.
Gaerwen boss Justin Gallagher said: “Tom has been training with us pre-season and I’ve been really impressed with both his training and attitude. He is a brilliant player for his age, defensively and offensively.”

Carwyn Jones (to CPD Llanuwchllyn)

Carwyn’s previous clubs include Barmouth, Porthmadog, Aberystwyth and Penrhyncoch.
Llanuwchllyn say they cannot wait to see how he performs for them.

Josh Owen (to Gaerwen)

This 21-year-old attacker is a huge signing for the Auctioneers.
Considering Josh could easily play higher tier, and the offers he’d had, this is a huge statement about the intention and ambition of the club going forwards that they have managed to get him on board.

Jack Griffiths (FC Queen’s Park to Borras Park Albion)

Jack is a well known goalscorer around the Wrexham leagues and has a prolific net-finding record.
Borras hope he can continue showing the magic for them.

Danny Roberts (to Gaerwen)

This 22-year-old winger is a great addition to the team with plenty of talent, speed and incredible technique.
He has played for Justin Gallagher before and both men are delighted to be reunited.

Liam Griffiths (Bro Goronwy to Cemaes Bay)

The first new signing of the season for Cemaes is midfielder Liam Griffiths.
A pacy performer who always has an eye for a goal, Griffiths consistently gives 100% and will prove to be a valuable asset to the team.

Urien Elfyn (to Gaerwen)

A committed, vocal and strong tackling centre midfielder, this 23-year-old should prove a major asset to Gaerwen this season.

Kieran Barry (Ellesmere Rangers to Chirk Town)

Last season’s North East Wales League champions Chirk Town have announced the signing of attacking wide player Kieran Barry.
The player’s previous clubs are St Martins and Ellesmere Rangers. He will add pace and creativity to the Taverners frontline.

Christy Pritchard (to Gaerwen)

For all the young talent they have on board, Gaerwen also need a bit of experience to provide leadership qualities – Pritchard fits the bill.
This 27-year-old centre back is the exact type of player and person the youngsters will benefit from having around them, as well as being a great player himself. Christy is also a local resident living in Gaerwen.
Gaerwen’s coaching team this term will comprise Justin Gallagher as manager, Tom Wilkes assistant-manager and Jason O’Neil and Rob Pike as coaches.

Llion Vaughan-Jones (Gaerwen to Gwalchmai)

A pacy winger and regular goalscorer whose pace will cause opposition defences endless headaches.
Great signing for Gwalchmai manager Craig Evans and his team of Carl Taylor, Dyfed Thomas and Liam Ewing.

Dion Owen (Llangefni Town Reserves to Gwalchmai)

Young midfielder makes the short journey to Gwalchmai for his first season with the Maes Meurig club.
Another promising talent tipped to shine for Gwalch.

Aled Powell (FC Queen’s Park to Rhostyllen)

Powell’s previous clubs include FC Queen’s Park, Llay Welfare, Lex and Brymbo. He can play right side of midfield or right back. Experienced competitor who is expected to add real strength to Rhostyllen’s squad.

Liam Roberts (Ellesmere Rangers to Chirk Town)

A welcome addition to Chirk’s growing squad is defender Liam Roberts.
Liam has bags of pace and can play all across the back four. He was a TNS youth product with his most recent club being Ellesmere Rangers.

Daryl Davies (Trefonen to Chirk Town)

Versatility is the name of the game for Taverners new boy Davies.
Daryl, who can operate in midfield or in defence, joins from Trefonen FC and has played for Hoole Rangers, St Martins and Offa Athletic in the past.

Liam Jones (Bethesda Athletic to Llandegfan)

Liam is a new signing from Bethesda who plays as a winger/central midfielder.

Tyler Joyce (to CPD Y Rhyl 1879)

Local lad who can play in a variety of positions joins his home town club.
1879 manager Gareth Thomas said: “Tyler previously played for the old Rhyl FC under-19s and first team. He is happy to play either defence or midfield and will be a welcome addition to the club.”

Mark Beech (Brymbo to Ruthin Town)

Former Brymbo vice-captain Mark Beech is reunited with former Steelmen bosses Phil Hudson and Tommy Holmes at the Memorial Playing Fields.
Beech said: “I am looking forward to getting started in what should be a very competitive league.”

Adam Porter (to Llandudno Amateurs)

The Amateurs are pleased to announce the return of popular Porter to the club.
Adam is very familiar to a lot of the players as he had a short stint with the club at the start of last season and also played alongside some of the Amateurs lads with previous teams Llandudno United and Llanfairfechan Town.
The versatile Porter has impressed so far, working hard on getting himself back fit.

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