Dylan Williams (Trearddur Bay Bulls to Mynydd Llandegai)
Yn dilyn tymor yn chwarae gyda Trearddur Bay Bulls yng ngynghrair Gwynedd tymor diwethaf, mae Dylan Williams yn ail ymuno efo’r clwb ar gyfer y tymor newydd.
Mae Dylan yn amddiffynwr tal, cryf a chyflym sydd hefyd â phrofiad o chwarae ar Haen 3 yn Nghyngrair Undebol y Gogledd gyda Trearddur Bay United yn 2017-18, ac yn rhan bwysig o ein carfan ni yn ystod ei tymor cyntaf gyda’r clwb yn 2018-19. Mae pawb sy’n gysylltiedig efo’r clwb yn falch iawn o groesawu Dyl yn ôl i Mynydd.
Dylan Williams rejoins Mynydd after completing his transfer from Trearddur Bay Bulls where he spent last season plying his trade in the Gwynedd League.
Dylan is a tall, strong and quick central defender who has experience of playing Tier 3 football during his time in the Welsh Alliance League with Trearddur Bay United in 2017-18, and was a big part of Mynydd’s squad in 2018-19 in his first season with the club.
Darren Thornton (Colwyn Bay to Flint Town United)
Another great signing for newly-promoted Flint, who are building up an impressive looking squad for their Cymru Premier adventure.
Central defender Darren Thornton is the latest to land at the Essity Stadium, switching to the Silkmen from Colwyn Bay.
Thornton comes in with a wealth of experience having played most of his career in England before his move to Wales last season.
Flint signings summer 2020: Darren Thornton, Nathan Craig, Rob Hughes, George Macready (departed), Kai Wallis, Ben Nash, Conor Harwood, Ben Burrows, Wes Baynes, Ben Lockley, Mason Blackwell-Jones, Harry Lockley.
Scott Hughes (Arriva Bangor to Glantraeth)
What a capture for Glantraeth!
Prolific marksman Hughes has banged in more than 150 goals over three Anglesey League seasons with Arriva Bangor.
He most certainly adds more firepower to Glan’s already talented front line.
Scott Massey (to CPD Sychdyn)
Another young exciting prospect joins the North East Wales Championship side from Wat’s Dyke Way.
Scott Massey brings plenty of pace and quick feet to the Flintshire team’s attack.
Barney Murray (Llandyrnog United to Caerwys)
Goalkeeper Murray switches from Vale of Clwyd outfit Llandyrnog to tier 5 Flintshire club Caerwys.
Manager Jordan Hadaway sees him as a great addition to the squad with the capability of becoming a very important asset between the sticks this season.
Jack Radford (to CPD Sychdyn)
Exciting young winger Jack Radford joins the CPD army.
He is the brother of centre half Dan, who has already landed at Sychdyn this summer.
Ben Roberts (to Glantraeth)
Roberts has signed for Glan for his second spell at the club after a couple of seasons away.
He is a no-nonsense and a very hard tackling player, who can play in numerous positions and Traeth are overjoyed to have him back for the new season.
Andy Maclean (Airbus Academy to Sychdyn)
Former Airbus Academy full-back Maclean is a new face at Sychdyn.
Two-footed defender aims to make a big impact in the 2020/21 season and is looking to kick on in his career.
Daniel Manley Williams (to Caergybi)
Tall centre-back who is good in the air and will be a threat going forward for corners and set pieces.
Rhys Williams (Pentraeth Reserves to CPD Y Fali)
Right back who has been impressive in training and his new club Y Fali look forward to seeing him on the pitch come the start of the season.
Joins from Pentraeth Reserves, following the same route as Jack Halton and Matt Williams to Parc Mwd.