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Who is in the latest group of North Wales football signings ? (501-510)

Jay Catton has signed up as a player for Connah’s Quay Nomads. Pic: NCM Media

Tom Mann (Corwen to Ruthin Town)

Forward Mann joins Cymru North Ruthin from tier 3 Ardal Northern outfit Corwen.

The young talent established himself in Corwen’s first team last season and is excited about his move to a higher level.

A dead-ball specialist, Mann strikes a mean free kick and is lethal from the penalty spot.

Mann said: “Really enjoyed pre-season so far, everyone’s looking sharp in training. Just excited for the season to start now.”

Jay Catton (to Connah’s Quay Nomads – registers as player)

Nomads director of football and assistant-manager Jay has registered as a player ahead of Sunday’s Cymru Premier battle with Penybont.

The champions have well-documented problems with illness in the camp, so have added No 88 – Catton to their list.

Jay briefly played for the first team over ten years ago before becoming part of the staff at the club.

Chris Hughes (to Amlwch Town)

Chris Hughes (left) with manager Chris Byast. Picture: Gethin Jones

Can play centre-midfield or at centre-back.

Played for Cemaes Bay for many years, now makes the short-distance move to Lon Bach.

Owain Griffiths (to CPD Caergybi)

A very talented young winger.

Has been training with Caergybi for a few weeks and has impressed the management enough to get signed up.

Liam Thomas (Bro Goronwy to Amlwch Town)

Liam Thomas (left) with manager Chris Byast. Picture: Gethin Jones

Tall defender, good in the air, will be an asset to Amlwch’s defence.

Formerly a Bro Goronwy player.

Danny Roberts (to Caergybi)

A quality, no nonsense midfielder who loves a tackle and is calm on the ball.

Will be sure to add some bite in the middle for Dale Moffat’s team.

Owen Davies (Holywell Town to Halkyn & Flint Mountain)

Sixth summer signing for tier 4 North East Wales League Premier Division side Halkyn & Flint Mountain, making the switch from Holywell Town.

Davies was a regular figure for Holywell’s reserve team in the last two seasons and moves on in search of first team football.

The 21-year-old was another key target for manager Rob Marshall and can comfortably play in either defence or midfield.

Shaun Pritchard (to Amlwch Town)

Shaun Pritchard (left) with manager Chris Byast. Pic: Gethin Jones

Centre midfielder who is returning to football after a few years absence from the game.

Aiming to make his mark with Amlwch in the 2020-21 campaign.

Dylan Thomas (Llandudno Junction to Llandudno)

Left-sided player looking to make his mark in tier 2.

Tudno manager Sean Eardley said: “Dylan came in at the start of pre-season. It was a bit of a shock to the system, but he’s grown in stature and confidence week by week.

“He’s good mates with Evo (Gaz Evans) off the field which made bedding in easier. He’s fitter, stronger and I can only see him continue to grow and be a good addition to the squad.”

Callum Manley (Connah’s Quay Nomads to Rhydymwyn)

Promising young goalkeeper who played for Connah’s Quay Nomads Under-18’s last season.

Joins Rhydymwyn where he is expected to start off in the reserve side.

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