Rhos Aelwyd FC have appointed Aled Parry as their new first team player-manager.
Joining Parry’s backroom team will be Steffan Edwards as his assistant.
Edwards has been first team coach and reserves assistant-manager in recent years at the club.
More announcements will be made in the coming weeks regarding who will be helping behind the scenes of the new-look first team management
Parry, who has been a Rhos Aelwyd player since 2016, said: “Since joining the club 5 years ago I’ve loved every minute of it.
“I’ve built a great relationship with players and committee members so it only felt right to put my name forward for the job. I look forward to bringing forward my ideas for the club and the challenge ahead in the new league.”
A club statement added: “George Jones, chairman, and the committee members wish Aled and his backroom staff all the best for the coming season in our first season in the new Ardal North League.”
Rhos Aelwyd will compete in the tier 3, 16-team Ardal North East in 2021-22.
Last week the club was awarded Tier 3 licence for the campaign ahead.
“The club would like to thank all committee members and local volunteers who have helped get our home the Ponciau Banks to meet the criteria set by the FAW,” added the club statement.
Aled Parry replaces Huw Rowlands, who stepped down as Aelwyd manager in February.