The Colliers have added considerable strength to their attacking options through two new signings – Joe Chaplin from Colwyn Bay and Matthew Worrall from Llay Miners Welfare.
The two forwards have both previously played for the Cymru North club, Chaplin spending four months on loan at Clappers Lane during the 2019/20 season and Worrall turning out for a short period in 2019.
Chaplin has been an outstanding goal scorer for the likes of Llandudno, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Glan Conwy, Conwy Borough, Porthmadog, Airbus UK Broughton and the Bay.
The 28-year-old made seven appearances in all competitions during his loan spell at Gresford, notching four goals.
Worrall has spent almost his whole career so far at Llay Miners Welfare, alongside two seasons with Queen’s Park and stints at Denbigh Town and Rhyl.
The club is holding a pre-season training session on Wednesday, May 12, at Dee Park from 7 pm.
If you are interested in playing for the first team or reserves, who are back for 2021/22, please come along.
For more information contact on Twitter – @guyh3 or @dannyjones1993
Mountain Rangers FC
Open training sessions take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 6.30 pm at Cae Gors, Rhosgadfan.
All newcomers welcome.
Chirk Youth Football Club U19’s play their first friendly tonight at Chirk Leisure Centre against Lex XI U19’s.
The club is happy to announce the following players have committed to Meliden FC for the 2021/22 campaign:
Ashley New, James Cairns, Chris Wright, Tom Fletcher, Finley Ellam, Joe Newell, Aled Evans, Dan Porter, Luke Astley, Jake Smith, Liam Smith, Scott Stewart, Brooklyn Peakman, Matty Hammons.
New signings will be announced in the coming weeks.
Caerwys FC are looking for a new goalkeeper for the season ahead.
They would be interested in either a young developing keeper or a more experienced glovesman.
Club statement: “We have a fantastic squad and just need a reliable No 1.”
If you’re interested or know of a keeper that maybe interested then please DM us on Twitter @CaerwysFC
Llanfairfechan Town Ladies
The ladies train at the Rec, Llanfairfechan, every Thursday 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm
The team is also seeking a new coach.
Please message the club’s Facebook page Llanfairfechan Town Football Club if you are interested.
The games are coming thick and fast for the men’s side who are in action again tonight (Tuesday, May 11).
Sports will travel to Penmaenmawr Phoenix, 6.30 pm kick-off at Cae Sling. The match was originally scheduled to be played at Mochdre, but this afternoon, with rain falling, has been switched to Pen to protect the Swan Road cricket pitch.