Scott McHarrie (Llandudno to Conwy Borough)
Conwy manager Matty Jones signs midfielder McHarrie for a third time.
Having worked with McHarrie in his Wrexham AFC days, Jones brought the player to Denbigh Town in 2018-19, then to Llandudno last term and now secures his signature again for Boro.
McHarrie was at Wrexham Academy from a very young age, later becoming youth team captain and playing for the reserves.
He won Denbigh’s Players Player of the Season award in 2018-19.
Sean Pritchard (Gaerwen to Bodedern Athletic)
One of Ynys Môn’s finest midfielders to emerge in recent years.
Pritchard won the Welsh Alliance Division One title with Llangefni Town in 2018-19 and joined Gaerwen last season.
Bodedern manager Ricky Williams is delighted to have Pritchard on board.
”I’ve chased Sean’s signature since he played for me 6 seasons ago and he’s finally agreed to return,” said Williams.
“He’s an energetic midfielder who’s great on the ball, skilful and can unlock defences with ease.
“Also a leader on the pitch and has been one of the standout midfielders on the island in the last few years.
“He’ll be a great addition for the coming season.”
Conor Davies (Glan Conwy to Conwy Borough)
With goals aplenty at tier 3 and 4 level, Davies has decided to test himself in the Cymru North with Conwy Borough.
After scoring 23 goals for Glan Conwy, the striker moved to Llandudno Albion later in that same 2017-18 season and scored another 14 times.
In 2018-19, Davies found the net on 14 occasions as Glan scooped the Welsh Alliance Division Two title.
After spending the last curtailed season at Cae Ffwt, Davies has now opted for a move up the pyramid to Borough.
Elliot Jarvis (Glan Conwy to Llandudno Albion)
With Glan dropping to tier 4 this season, goalkeeper Jarvis has decided to join tier 3 club Llandudno Albion.
Aged 18, he is a former member of Llandudno FC’s Development squad.
Elliot is an excellent shot stopper, very good with his feet and has good distribution.
Ben Jarvis (Glan Conwy to Llandudno Albion)
Twin brother of Elliot, Ben is a central-midfielder who will bring genuine quality to that area for Albion.
He is an all-energy competitive midfielder, good on the ball and a threat in the final third.
Speaking about both signings, Albion manager Darren Jones and assistant Karl Cheung said: “Pleased to have got Ben and Elliot in and committed for the new season.
“Both lads were excellent for Glan Conwy last year and will certainly improve our squad and bring more competition to the goalkeeping and midfield departments.”
Josh Swindell (Caernarfon Academy to Gaerwen)
Youngster Swindell joins Gaerwen for the upcoming season.
The young central defensive midfielder played his junior football at Segontium FC and is a product of the Caernarfon Academy system, where he won the U16s Player of the Season last year.
Josh said: “I’m delighted to join Gaerwen and continue my development with the club. The team is looking great for the upcoming season, and I’ve learned a lot from the senior players and coaches already. I’m very excited to play for this club and develop even more.”
Gaerwen manager Justin Gallagher added: “Josh has played for me the last couple of seasons at Caernarfon, and he really is one of the best players I’ve ever worked with.
“To win player of the season last year with so many high quality team-mates I think says it all. As good as he is though, he is still going to get better again – I’m quite sure of that.”
Joey Jones (FC Queen’s Park to Mold Alexandra)
Jones had originally signed for Cymru Premier club Caernarfon Town and was then released on loan to Mold.
However, a change in circumstances meant Jones could not commit to Caernarfon, so the deal now becomes a straight signing from Queen’s Park to Alex.
Jones’ switch to Alyn Park will create great competition for the No 1 jersey with Elliot Quinlan.
Alex manager Mike Cunningham said: “Delighted to get Joey on board. When Joey became available it was a no brainer.
“Joey and Elliot were up there with the best keepers in the league last season, so having them push each other week in, week out can only be a good thing.”