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Nine new signings in North Wales football (569-577)

Macauley Taylor. Picture: CPD Y Rhyl 1879

Casey Faulkner (Prestatyn Town to CPD Y Rhyl 1879)

Casey Faulkner. Picture: CPD Y Rhyl

Casey Faulkner is one of two young prospects to join CPD Y Rhyl 1879 from last season’s Cymru North champions Prestatyn Town.

1879 manager Gareth Thomas said: “Casey is an energetic, versatile player. He is another young local talent we are looking forward to working with.”

Macauley Taylor (Prestatyn Town to CPD Y Rhyl 1879)

Lively attacker with pace and skill who made a lot of impact for Prestatyn Town in the Cymru North.

Taylor now steps down to tier 4 to join CPD Y Rhyl 1879 from Prestatyn’s title-winning squad of last season.

1879 manager Gareth Thomas said: “Macauley is a young striker who has electric pace and lots of goals in him. An exciting addition to the squad.”

Elliot Lloyd (Prestatyn Town to Brickfield Rangers)

Elliott Lloyd. Picture: Brickfield Rangers

A ball playing central defender, aged 21, who has previously played his entire career for Prestatyn Town, having featured in the Cymru Premier and Cymru Alliance before unfortunately being injured for the whole of last season.

Brickfield manager Gareth Wilson said: “Elliott is an athletic centre half whose distribution and positional sense is fantastic, and will add leadership to our group.”

Aaron White (Prestatyn Town to Brickfield Rangers)

Aaron White. Picture: Prestatyn Town FC

Industrious attacking midfielder/striker who played for Prestatyn in their last season in the Cymru Premier.

Last term he made seven appearances for Town in the Cymru North, as well as appearing in the JD Welsh Cup and Nathaniel MG Cup.

Brickfield manager Gareth Wilson said: “Aaron is an energetic and technical player who can play up front or in midfield. He will add aggression to our front line and will score lots of goals at this level.”

Wilson added: “Both Aaron and Elliot bring a hunger and a winning mentality to our squad, they are great young footballers that have developed under a fantastic manager at Prestatyn and I am looking forward to them continuing their development here at Brickfield.

Both signings have the right temperament and character we need to bring into the football club.”

Jack Honey (Cefn Druids & Penycae to Brickfield Rangers)

Just 16 years old, Jack is a pacy and technical player who joins the Brickie from Cefn Druids Academy and Penycae FC, having spent a number of years at Wrexham FC.

Bailey McHugh (Gresford Athletic to Brickfield Rangers)

A goalkeeper who has had spells with TNS, Airbus UK and Gresford Athletic now adds strength to the Brickfield Rangers squad.

Joe Donovan (Holyhead Hotspur to Trearddur Bay Bulls)

Joe Donovan. Picture: Holyhead Hotspur FC

Formerly with Trearddur Bay United, the versatile Donovan stood out for Holyhead Town in 2018/19, scoring several goals.

Tried his luck at a higher level with Hotspur last season and now joins the Bulls.

A centre-back and highly rated on the island, Bulls manager Derek Thomas is delighted to get him on board.

Stephan Driedyk (Caergybi to Trearddur Bay Bulls)

Player with lots of experience, having had a long spell with the former Trearddur Bay United before moving to Caergybi.

Featured for Trearddur Bay Reserves in the 2014-15 NWCFA Junior Cup final.

Can play centre-midfield or at centre-back.

Jack Roberts (Glantraeth to Trearddur Bay Bulls)

Goalkeeper will add to competition for places in the Bulls squad.

Bulls seek friendly

Trearddur Bay Bulls are looking for a friendly on Saturday, November 14, home or away.

Any club interested, contact manager Derek Thomas on Facebook, or the club on Twitter @bulls_bay

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