Curt Williams (Holyhead Hotspur to Llangefni Town)
Experienced striker who has spent the majority of his career at Holyhead Hotspur now gets an opportunity to shine in the Cymru North for Llangefni.
After breaking into the Hotspur first team squad as a teenager, the 33-year-old had a brief spell at Welsh Premier League club Porthmadog towards the end of 2005-06, coming on as a sub in a tremendous 2-1 win at Bangor City, where Les Davies scored twice against his future team.
Curt then rejoined Hotspur and was part of the hugely talented squad which finished runners-up to Bala Town by three points in the 2008-09 Cymru Alliance season. In a stunning performance at Bala, Curt netted the final goal in Hotspur’s 4-1 victory.
Then in 2011/12, Curt was in the Hotspur squad which won the Welsh Alliance treble – league, Cookson Cup and Barritt Cup – and were beaten finalists in the FAW Trophy.
Curt joined Trearddur Bay United in 2014 and in 2015-16 was instrumental in helping Mark Williams’ side lift the Welsh Alliance Division One title at the very first attempt.
Scoring six times in the first six league games, Curt netted 15 in all competitions throughout the season, finishing second top-scorer to the prolific Asa Thomas.
On returning to Hotspur, Curt landed a winners’ medal with the Reserve team which scooped the Gwynedd Cup in 2017-18.
A powerful striker with bags of energy and guile, Curt suffered a serious knee injury which threatened his career at one point, but he recovered and this big inspirational character is now ready for another go at tier 2.
His honours record at Hotspur reads: Cymru Alliance – 1 league runners up, 2 League Cup runners-up; Welsh Alliance – 1 league title, 1 Cookson Cup, 1 Barritt Cup winners’ medal, FAW Trophy runners-up, Reserves – Gwynedd Cup runners-up, Gwynedd Cup winner.
Trearddur Bay United: 1 Welsh Alliance League title.
Sion Hughes (to Sychdyn)
A creative midfielder who is unstoppable on his day.
The Mold area villagers are delighted to have him on board for the 2020-21 campaign.
Gwion Thomas (CPD Gwalchmai to CPD Llannerchymedd)
Midfielder has joined Llannerchymedd for the upcoming season.
Gwion is a young and promising attacking midfielder who spent last season at Gwalchmai in the Welsh Alliance League 2 having come up through the junior ranks in Llangefni Town and Llanfairpwll.
Medd’s management report his energy and enthusiasm in pre-season training so far has been second to none.
Lewis Clamp (Rhostyllen to Chirk AAA)
Returns to Chirk after a season at Rhostyllen.
Proven goalscorer has played a key role in Rhostyllen’s rise to prominence in recent years, but now lands back at Holyhead Road with a complete change of barnet.
Harry Whitehouse (Mynydd Isa to Sychdyn)
Defender joins from Mynydd Isa, where he played a huge part in the under-19 title win last season and impressed at centre half.
James Burgess (Penmaenmawr Phoenix to CPD Llannerchymedd)
Much-travelled striker with an impressive goals record wherever he has played.
Striker Burgess finished last season at Penmaenmawr after a transfer from Gwalchmai.
Previous clubs include Amlwch Town, Glantraeth and Bodedern.
Jake Simms (Rhos Aelwyd to Chirk AAA)
Talented midfielder joins the Colliers from Rhos Aelwyd, where he played a vital part in the team’s progress to the FAW Trophy Final two years ago.
Scores some vital goals from deep.
Keiye Williams (to Sychdyn)
Exciting young talent Keiye arrives at Wat’s Dyke Way. Brings something different to the side up front.
Jake Ellison (to Chirk AAA)
Highly-rated defender returns to Chirk after spells at Gresford Athletic and Penycae.
The versatile Ellison can play in a variety of at the back formations.
Nathan Large (to Sychdyn)
Formerly of Brynford FC, Nathan brings plenty of steel and energy to the midfield. A true work horse.