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More North Wales football signings (261-280)

Louie Middlehurst (red) is back at Chirk. Picture: Dai Sinclair

Rhys Peers (to Brymbo)

Rhys Peers. Picture: Brymbo FC

Dynamic attacker with a real eye for goal.

An exciting winger with pace to burn and a true ability to take players on, his pace and presence can be a nightmare for opposing defenders.

He has an exquisite strike and can be relied upon to dig in and bag his fair share of goals.

Previous clubs include New Brighton Villa, Hawarden Rangers, FC Nomads and Buckley Town.

Brymbo manager Dave Roberts said: “I’m looking forward to working with Rhys again with a new set of players. His winning mentality will be crucial.”

Bradley Pickavance (Bethesda Athletic to Arriva Bangor)

Played at Bethesda Athletic last season and previously with Pentraeth Reserves in the Anglesey League.

Big centre-back with a great attitude and Arriva Bangor expect him to be a great addition to their squad.

Stephen Davies (Henllan to CPD Caer Clwyd)

Davies is a very experienced player having played for a number of teams in the past which include Bro Cernyw, Llansannan and Y Glannau.

He is a very versatile player and new club Caer Clwyd are excited to have him on board.

Colin Ball (Ogwen Tigers to Arriva Bangor)

A very good defensive midfielder with bags of energy, gets stuck into role not everyone likes.

Attitude is brilliant and Arriva are delighted to sign him after a lengthy chase.

Sion Williams (Henllan to CPD Caer Clwyd)

Williams broke through the under 16’s into the senior men’s team for CPD Henllan last season and had a very successful spell.

At only 17 he possesses a tremendous skill set which should be an asset to his new club.

Alex Griffiths (Ogwen Tigers to Arriva Bangor)

Was previously part of Arriva’s Sunday league team.

His pace, ability, attitude, work rate and commitment is second to none.

Joel Rowlands (Denbigh Town to CPD Caer Clwyd)

Rowlands scored 23 goals in all competitions last season, 20 in the league alone in what was a brilliant season for the 18 year old who featured for Denbigh Development.

He has also played for Llandyrnog United in the past.

Despite interest from other clubs in the area, Caer Clwyd are delighted he has opted to join them.

Mike Holroyd (Ogwen Tigers to Arriva Bangor)

Formerly a Penybont Celts player in the Sunday league, then started playing for Ogwen Tigers.

His good attitude to the game pleased the Arriva management and both parties are delighted at the signing.

Griff Ceiriog (Henllan to CPD Caer Clwyd)

This player has worked hard on his fitness over the last few months after getting back into 11 a side last season playing for Henllan.

Griff played a lot of football In his younger days and his new club is thrilled at the prospect of getting him involved and match-fit.

Matty James (Llanfairpwll to Arriva Bangor)

Played for Llanfairpwll last season and caused plenty of problems for defences with his pace and ball control.

Very quick operator that can play up front if needed. Arriva management believe he will be a big asset to the club.

Jason Hession (Bro Cernyw to CPD Caer Clwyd)

Hession had a two-season spell at Henllan, winning the managers’ player of the year award, before transferring to CPD Bro Cernyw where he spent the remainder of last season.

Liam Roberts (Valley to Arriva Bangor)

Returns to the Busmen after a spell away from the club.

A massive figure in past successful times at Arriva. Hard-working player, welcomed back with open arms.

Dale Davies (Corwen to Chirk AAA)

Forward with a good goal scoring record.

Davies has played for Corwen in Cymru North for the past two seasons, netting seven times in 2019-20 and 12 in 2018-19.

He is also a former Porthmadog player and in 2017-18 he had a productive spell at Brickfield Rangers, where his goals almost helped deliver a Welsh National League Premier Division title success.

Mathew Williams (to Arriva Bangor)

After two fantastic seasons with the Busmen, Williams stepped down last term to try other interests.

He is now returning to Arriva – much to the delight of manager Kevin Jones.
Williams’ work rate and ability is priceless and the club sees his return as a major boost.

Nathan Lavender (Penyffordd to Chirk AAA)

Midfield ace returns to Holyhead Road having had two previous spells there.

Outstanding player in front of goal over a few seasons with North East Wales League side Penyffordd Lions, also ex-Mold Alex.

Lavender played in the Chirk side which lifted the 2016-17 FAW Trophy.

Sam Crompton (to Llandyrnog United)

No-nonsense defender whose playing days include stints at Ruthin Town, Shrewsbury Town and Bala Town Reserves, as well as being a youth cup winner at Llandyrnog back in the day.

Sam has been out of the game for some time, but is a welcome addition at Cae Nant.

Louie Middlehurst (Mold Alex to Chirk AAA)

Back at Chirk after joining Mold Alex last November.

Prolific goalscorer for the Colliers who was part of the 2017 FAW Trophy winning side.

Will Evans (FC Queen’s Park to Chirk AAA)

Full-back who returns to the Colliers after a spell with Queen’s Park.

Also featured in Chirk’s FAW Trophy winners of 2016-17.

Dylan Jones (to Llandyrnog United)

Llandyrnog manager Jimmy McNally is delighted to welcome former Corwen and Ruthin Town keeper Dylan Jones to the club.

Stopper Dylan is no stranger to Cymru Alliance football, and with that experience, is a huge addition to the Cae Nant outfit.

Ben Davies (Chirk Town to Chirk AAA)

Midfield player who is expected to do a solid job for the reserves at Holyhead Road, having joined the club from last season’s North East Wales League champions Chirk Town.

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