Transfer spotlight – CPD Caerwys FC

Steven Lee is one of a number of new signings made by Caerwys


Tier 5 North East Wales League Division One side Caerwys have kept us fantastically up to date with their signings in recent weeks, so we thought they deserve a feature all of their own.

Caerwys kick off their season on Saturday, July 30, when the first team host Hawarden Rangers in the Welsh Cup and their reserves visit Greenfield in the North East Wales League.

Kai Sutcliffe

Goalkeeper Kai is a very welcome new face on board for Caerwys manager Dan Sands.
He said: “Kai is a very talented young keeper who will give us a massive boost this season.
“Another target we identified very early as a key signing for the club this season.”

Dylan Tyrrell

Defender Dylan was another early target who manager Sands is delighted to bring to the club.
Sands said: “We identified Dyl as a key target early and we as a club are very happy that he has chosen to play his football with us this season.”

Alfie Matthews

A young defender who is seen as a great capture from the North East Wales Football League Division One outfit.
Manager Dan Sands said: “A very talented young defender who is making his first steps into adult football. Alfie has already made a positive start to life with Caerwys.”

Jordan Jackson

Hard work is something that won’t be lacking in this midfield maestro.
Manager Dan Sands: “Delighted to link up with Jord again having worked with him previously. Continuous energy and hard-working midfielder who will give us a different option in the centre of the park.”

Alex Pickering

Striker who is a newcomer to Welsh football, having played in Canada for the past few seasons.
Dan Sands: “Alex adds to the good competition we already have in this area and he will be keen to impose himself this season.”

Lewis Connolly

Winger who will look to add pace and bite to the Caerwys attack in 2022-23.
Dan Sands: “A strong and aggressive winger who has also impressed in training and pre-season friendlies. Lewis will add a physical presence in our attack this season.”

Alex Woodhead

Young midfield prospect looking to make his mark for the Flintshire side.
Dan Sands: “Another local lad that is making his first steps into adult football. Alex has produced some really positive displays in pre-season and we look forward to seeing him build on this.”

Matty Jones

Defender who will no doubt add solidity at the back for Caerwys this term.
Dan Sands: “Matty has signed with us after impressing in recent friendly fixtures and showing he is the right character to bring into the group. We look forward to seeing him play this year.”

Carwyn Higgins

Joining the ranks of adult football is young defender Carwyn.
Dan Sands: “Carwyn is making the step up to adult football this year and we are delighted he has chosen to do that with us.
“A year of learning and development ahead for a local lad.”

Simon Holloway

Goalkeeper who brings with him a wealth of experience.
Dan Sands: “Si has been around the club for a very long time. We will be looking for Si to have a strong influence this season.”

Josh Hughes (Hawarden Rangers to Caerwys)

Defender who joins from Hawarden Rangers. Caerwys boss Dan Sands is overjoyed with this signing.
He said: “Bringing Josh in is a real coup for the club. He has already shown his quality and ambition to push this club forward. Can’t wait to work with him for the season ahead.”

Harry Wood (Rhydymwyn to Caerwys)

New man joins the club from Rhydymwyn, specialising as a winger.
Dan Sands: “Harry brings pace and strength in wide areas in abundance. A fantastic engine with plenty of attacking threat. Really look forward to seeing what the new season brings for him.”

Tyler Williams (Flint Mountain to Caerwys)

Defender makes the switch over from last season’s North East Wales Premier Division runners-up to Lon-yr-Ysgol.
Dan Sands: “After gaining valuable experience playing at Tier 4 last season, Tyler will add strength and composure. Tyler is a dominant centre back with an eye for a pass. Big season ahead.”

Ryan Davies (Rhydymwyn to Caerwys)

Central defender signs from Rhydymwyn.
Caerwys manager Dan Sands: “Delighted to welcome Ryan to the club. A centre back who is comfortable on the ball and strong in the air. I have no doubt Ryan will be a big part of the team this year.”

Eric Thomas (Hawarden Rangers to Caerwys)

New addition to the Caerwys midfield.
Dan Sands: “Eric has shown a great desire to do well since his introduction. A player with great technical ability and will be a great addition to the squad.”

Steven Lee (Borras Park Albion to Caerwys)

There will be no lacking determination from this attack-minded player.
Dan Sands: “Ste possesses a great attacking threat from wide or central areas. A lad with a great attitude and a big desire to push this club forward.”

Jack Smallman (Rhydymwyn to Caerwys)

A famous football surname in North Wales!
Forward player Jack joins Caerwys from Rhydymwyn.
Caerwys manager Dan Sands said: “Delighted to be working with Jack again. He’s a had a great start to pre-season and I’m confident he will bring goals in the upcoming season.”

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