The signings keep on coming – 20 more

Veteran defender Mike Davies has joined Cemaes Bay. Picture: WYNNE EVANS

Many thanks to all clubs for their photos, especially Arriva Bangor who have contributed many here, and the words from Llangoed are also much appreciated.

Mike Davies (Trearddur Bay Bulls to Cemaes Bay)

Experienced defender and tough tackler transfers to Cemaes from Trearddur Bay Bulls.

Mike was made player-manager of the Bulls this summer, but the club withdrew from football for a season and plan to return in 2022-23.

The 40-year-old was a key part of the Trearddur Bay United team which won 10 trophies in four seasons under the management of his brother Chris Davies between 2008/09 and 2011/12.

Bay then went on to win the Gwynedd League title as invincibles and the Welsh Alliance Division One crown at the first attempt under Mark Williams.

Mike also won trophies in his spell at Holyhead Town, landing a Gwynedd League championship medal in 2017-18.

Sam Haddon (to Meliden)

Previously with Crewe Alexandra Academy and Connah’s Quay Nomads, Haddon brings his talents to The Mine.

Meliden boss Gareth Jones: “We are very happy that Sam has decided to join Meliden. He has had offers to play for teams in leagues higher than ourselves, but is enjoying his football with us and wants to help us get to where we want to be.”

Jake Anderson (Arriva Bangor to Cemaes Bay)

After Arriva recently took a season’s break from local football, Jake was left without a club.

It was not long before Cemaes snapped up this creative and skillful midfielder.

Joe Roberts (to Meliden)

Right back who has previously turned out for Rhyl FC and Rhyl Dragons.

Meliden manager Gareth Jones: “Joe is a player we have wanted to get in for a while now, his work-rate is second to none and he has impressed everyone in training and in the pre-season games.”

Sion Rowlands (Holyhead Hotspur to Cemaes Bay)

Tough tackling full back lands at School Lane from the New Stadium.

Aaron Davies (to Chirk Town)

Left-sided player Aaron Davies has joined the Taverners.

His previous clubs include St Martins and Ellesmere Rangers.

Davies will prove a great addition to the squad on and off the pitch. having already turned in a man of the match performance in Saturday’s opening day 2-2 draw at FC Queen’s Park.

Lucas Edwards (to Meliden)

Centre-midfielder joins Meliden from the Prestatyn Town Academy.

Manager Gareth Jones: “Lucas is a young lad who has come in and trained really well and also put in mature performances in the pre-season games we’ve played.

This is his step up now to men’s football and we’re excited to see how he will adapt and grow as a player.”

Anthony Lee Williams (Llandegfan to Llangoed)

Picture: Llangoed FC

Attacker Williams marked his full competitive debut for Llangoed in style with a hat-trick in Saturday’s 3-3 draw at CPD Cefni.

Ant was previously with Llandegfan Football Club, who folded a few weeks ago.

A rapid player who is always dangerous on the break, he’ll be a great addition to the Llangoed squad in 2021-22.

Dan Owen (Bodedern Athletic to Holyhead Hotspur)

New Hotspur reserves manager John Jones has started to add more experience to a side already packed with quality.

Dan Owen has signed from CPD Bodedern Athletic. The new man has already experienced promotion with Gwalchmai and has been regularly scoring for Boded in pre-season.

Taylor Jones (Pentraeth to Cemaes Bay)

The most famous Taylor to hit the scene since Dayne.

An attacking player with an eye for a goal, he joins Cemaes from Pentraeth.

Matty Jones (Arriva Bangor to Llangoed)

Impressive in many pre-season friendlies for Llangoed, Jones is an incredibly technically gifted player with great vision and an eye for goal.

Was a great servant to Arriva Bangor, who are taking a season’s break from local football.

Ashley Lally (to Meliden)

Previously with North East England clubs Alnmouth and Holt Whistle, Lally has impressed in front of goal for Meliden in pre-season.

Manager Gareth Jones said: “I’m very happy Ashley has decided to sign for us. He has pace to burn and is brilliant in front of goal. We are looking forward to seeing what he can do this season.”

Rhys Wyn Owen (to Llangoed)

Picture: Llangoed FC

Experienced goalkeeper makes a welcome return to Tyddyn Paun.

Manager David ‘Twm’ Thomas is delighted to have the accomplished shot stopper back at Llangoed.

Owen brings back with him a wealth of experience in between the sticks.

Gareth Jones (Bro Goronwy to Cemaes Bay)

Solid full-back who never gives less than 100 per cent.

Switches to Cemaes from Bro Goronwy, who are taking a season off to rebuild and regroup.

Nathan Aldridge (to Chirk Town)

Experienced shot stopper Nathan Aldridge has rejoined Chirk Town.

With the busy schedule and injuries to take into account for the Taverners, Aldridge will be a welcome addition to the squad, with years of experience playing in Welsh National League football with Corwen and Llangollen Town.

Stephen Edwards and Jake Hughes (Arriva Bangor to Llangoed)

Llangoed Reserves are delighted to announce the double signing of taid and grandson duo Stephen Edwards and Jake Hughes from Arriva Bangor.

The pair played alongside each other in defence in Llangoed’s 3-2 win over Four Mile Bridge last Wednesday and impressed.

Jake is a talented 18-year-old right back and his granddad Steve is a very experienced centre back who has won numerous pieces of silverware with Arriva previously.

Lewis Connor (Llannerchymedd to Cemaes Bay)

Local lad and former Cemaes captain returns to the club after a spell away with Llannerchymedd.

A tall and commanding defender, Lewis is also a danger in the opposition box as his more than useful goals record over the years proves.

Liam Roberts (Arriva Bangor to Llangoed)

Tough-tackling midfielder and former captain of Arriva Bangor who led them to several successes.

Plays with tremendous passion and offers great experience to the team.

Zac Tyler-Holland (CPD Y Rhyl 1879)

Tyler-Holland joins Rhyl from amateur side MSC Eastham.

1879 manager Gareth Thomas said: “Zac has already found his footing in Welsh football in the past having played Connah’s Quay Nomads FC at academy level.

“He is a left-footed left winger who can adapt to all positions on the left-hand side.

“At only 18 years of age, he looks to be a real promising prospect.”

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