Matt Mullender (Llanrwst United to Llandudno)
Full-back Mullender signs for the Seasiders from Llanrwst United.
The left-sided player impressed Tudno manager Sean Eardley in a pre-season friendly against the Roosters.
Eardley said: “I’m really pleased to get Mully over the line. It was difficult as he’s performed so consistently for Llanrwst over the years, and they fought tooth and nail to keep him.
“He wanted to test himself in the JD Cymru North, and he performed really well against us in a friendly down the left side where he was full of energy and loved to get forward, so we’re happy to give him the opportunity here at Maesdu Park.”
Callum Thomas (Bodedern Athletic to Menai Bridge Tigers)
Callum Thomas is now a Tiger
Pacy winger who is comfortable playing in any of the forward positions.
Nicknamed Speedy, Callum is a player Tigers have been looking to sign since his successful days at Bro Goronwy.
Tigers manager Aaron Rowlands said: “Callum is a local lad who will slot straight into the squad and is very good on the ball; pacy, great delivery of the ball and a keen eye for goal also. We can’t wait to get Speedy involved.”
Matty Morris (St Asaph City to Denbigh Town)
Midfielder moves from neighbours St Asaph City down the Vale to Denbigh.
A tricky footballer, who looks after the ball, he is an excellent addition to the set up as manager Dewi Llion prepares for the new campaign.
He has been a top man on the park for Saints for the past three years and when asked about the transfer, said: “I will always have good memories of St Asaph and have always done my best there and I wish them well.
“I do feel the time is right now, though, to come to Denbigh and I want to give it a good go here and do well. The manager has explained what he wants and where he wants the team to be at the end of the season. I am looking forward to the challenge. “
Manager Dewi Llion said: “Matty is a great signing for us. I have kept an eye on him over the years and I am glad he has agreed to join us. He’ll give us competition at full back and centre midfield. He has already shown us in training he is great with the ball at his feet and he doesn’t mind a tackle either.”
Robbie Jones (Bro Goronwy to Menai Bridge Tigers)
Former Bro Goronwy player manager Robbie joins the Tigers after impressing during pre-season for the upcoming campaign.
Robbie is a commanding centre half, very good in the air and comfortable on the ball.
He will bring vast experience to the squad having played for some top teams over the years and representing North Wales in the Uefa Regions Cup a few years ago.
Stuart Jones (Vauxhall to Denbigh Town)
Stuart Jones (hoops) in past action for Bala Town
Ex-Bala Town legend Jones played over 250 times in the heart of the Lakesiders’ defence in the Welsh Premier League.
He also featured in a number of European football matches and has a Welsh Cup winners’ medal from his time with Colin Caton’s side.
Now 34, Stuart started his football journey with Everton Youth then Tranmere Youth, Chester, and Cammell Laird before that great nine-year spell at Bala. He left Bala this time last year and has since been on the books at Flint, Airbus and Vauxhall FC before signing for Town a couple of days ago.
He is a strong, classy defender who is able to score goals too.
When the Denbigh Town website spoke to Stuart at a recent training session he said: “The set up here looks good and feels right and I think I will settle in well with these players. I know Dewi and I have seen what the club has been doing over the years getting better and better.”
Thinking of his old club, he added “To be honest, in some ways, Denbigh Town reminds me of where Bala Town were years ago when they were building.”
Dougie McDonagh (to Borras Park Albion)
Dougie has been playing his football down in Runcorn but is now committed to tier 5 North East Wales League Championship club BPA.
He is a no-nonsense midfielder who plays with his heart on his sleeve.