Jess Jones has taken a leap forward in her football career this season by joining tier 2 Genero Adran North side Llandudno.
The 22-year-old midfielder had previously spent some impressive campaigns at Kinmel Bay, but is now helping the Seasiders in their quest for glory.
Grassroots North Wales chatted to Jess this week about how her season is going.
Place of birth
Date of birth
How did you become interested in football?
Probably from constantly playing with my brothers in the back garden.
How long have you been playing football?
Name all the teams you have played for
Colwyn Bay, Kinmel Bay and Llandudno
Have you always played in the position you play now?
What is your training schedule like? Do you practice every day?
Train whenever I can.
If you are not playing football or not working, what do you do in your spare time?
Spend time with friends and family.
Do you like shopping? What are your favourite stores?
Mostly just shop online
Away from football, what female sportswoman/women do you admire?
Which coach has influenced you the most?
They’ve all been great!
Do you practice a certain diet while you are training or during the football season?
How have you found life at Llandudno FC so far?
Good, I’m looking forward to getting into it more when I’m available
What are your feelings on the women’s football pyramid changes in Wales? Are you in favour of an elite Tier 2 North?
Feeling positive about it all
Tell us about the greatest game you’ve played in
Playing in a semi final where we were 3-0 down at half time but came back to 3-3 and then I scored the winning goal during extra time.
What’s your finest achievement to date as a footballer?
Winning a final
Tell us about your favourite all-time kit you have worn
BT Hope United – to raise awareness to stop online hate.
What are your musical tastes?
Do you watch TV soaps?
No haven’t watched any for a while
Do you have any plans for a holiday?
Do you have any pets?
What is your dream job?
The job I am currently in
What do you hope to achieve in future as a footballer?
To win a league title