Grassroots North Wales has reached 500 football signings this summer! (483-500)

Jamie Roberts (red) in action during his previous stint at Glantraeth back in September 2016. Pic: Aled Jones

Jamie Roberts (Llangefni Town to Glantraeth)

Malltraeth lad Roberts began his career with Glantraeth Juniors and went on to represent Wales at youth and college level.
He was also with the gap Connah’s Quay Academy for three years.
Roberts now returns to Glantraeth after playing a few seasons at higher tier 2 level clubs.
A most gifted and talented player, he has also featured in the Welsh Premier League.
Attacking midfielder Roberts has had successful spells at Caernarfon Town, Holyhead Hotspur and Conwy Borough.

George Roberts (to Llandegfan)

Local lad George Roberts signed for Llandegfan on his 16th birthday.
Midfielder/defender George has seriously impressed in training and has been involved with the club since he was 14 in some way or another (even as a linesman!).

Ben Chadwick (to CPD Glantraeth)

Another promising young addition to the Glantraeth ranks.
Ben is extremely comfortable in possession, and is a very strong and committed natural defender.
“We are delighted he has chosen to join the club over other offers,” said Glantraeth manager Sean Brett.

Gari Kennaway (to Llandegfan)

Twenty-four-year-old attacker has been a real handful for defenders in training with his quality ball control and pace. Looks like a great player!

Kieran Jones (to Sychdyn)

Huge statement of intent from Sychdyn as they sign a proven goalscorer.
Everyone at the village club is delighted with this addition which they say has lifted everything around the place.
Kieran brings goals, goals, goals !

Steffan Davies and Cai Parry (to Llandegfan)

Steffan Davies, 21, (pictured) and Cai Parry, 19, can both play in a number of positions.
Although both will be away at their respective Unis this year, they will give the team some serious options when home as both are very energetic.

Dawid Szczepaniak (Wrexham to Cefn Druids – LOAN)

Cymru Premier club Druids have secured the services of Wrexham keeper Dawid Szczepaniak until the New Year.
The 20-year-old Polish-born stopper is considered a rising star with a lot of promise.
“Dawid has a great personality and attitude and he’s familiar with the club, players and the coaching staff and he fits in well,” said Druids chairman Des Williams.

Ben Steer (Winsford United to Flint Town United)

Ben Steer on the ball

Athletic winger who can play anywhere in the front line joins the Silkmen.
As well as playing for previous club Winsford United, Steer has also represented West Didsbury and Cheadle Town.
International clearance is awaited on his transfer.

Nathan Davies (Corwen to Llanuwchllyn)

Davies can play right or left back.
A quality full back with good energy, he signs after a productive stint with Corwen, where he was manager’s player of the season in 2018-19.

Harry Thomas (to Cefn Albion)

Experienced goalkeeper Thomas has signed for the new Ardal Northern 2020-21 season.
Following retirement in 2016/17, Albion have managed to coax ‘H Bomb’ to get the gloves back on.

Leon Owen (Ogwen Tigers to Arriva Bangor)

This young player has been a part of Bangor City academy for many years.
He gained plenty of experience at a young age playing for Bangor City Under-19s.
Was a key player at Ogwen Tigers last season in the Gwynedd League where he shone under Mike Williams and Paul Feaver.
Arriva Bangor think he is just the ticket and are delighted to get him on board.
Very skilful and rapid right-winger with good work-rate.

Eilir Edwards (Corwen to Llanuwchllyn)

Experienced full-back returns to Llanuwchllyn.
With a deadly left-foot and a highly competitive streak, Edwards has also had spells with Ruthin Town, Denbigh Town and Porthmadog.
Llanuwchllyn are thrilled to have him back on the books.

Dion Williams (to Menai Bridge Tigers)

Williams returns to the Tigers after impressing in training over the last couple of months.
Dion is a versatile player who is comfortable playing at full back or on the wing, and is a welcome addition to the competitive squad being built by Aaron Rowlands this season.
The new signing is quality on the ball and has a keen eye for goal. He recently played for Arriva FC and was part of the Glantraeth side that defeated Tigers in the Gwynedd Cup a couple of seasons ago.

Ryan Hanmer (to Borras Park Albion)

Ex-Johnstown captain Ryan Hanmer has joined BPA for the new season.
Ryan will bring plenty of experience to BPA’s back line, the club stating they are absolutely delighted to get him on board and see this as a massive signing.

Robart Beattie (Bethesda Athletic to Arriva Bangor)

Beattie will be a massive asset at Arriva going forward, not only as a player and second-choice keeper but also as part of the coaching staff, as well as a first aid coach and goalkeeper coach.
Rob played last season as keeper for Bethesda Athletic where he was very impressive for the Gwynedd League club.

Rhys Wyn Owen (Llangoed to Bro Goronwy) and Paddy Wright (Glantraeth to Bro Goronwy)

Rhys Wyn Owen

Bro manager Robbie Jones has announced his two keepers ahead of this season’s challenging Tier 4 experiences to come
29 year old Rhys Wyn Owen signs from previous club Llangoed & District and will be joined by Paddy Wright, 17, who last season featured for CPD Glantraeth.

Paddy Wright

Robbie has stated from the outset that he wanted two decent goal keepers at the club and has been delighted with the pair’s attitude and commitment in the training sessions held so far. The manager is looking forward to seeing them both fighting it out to claim Bro’s number 1 jersey.

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