Former Football League midfielder Lee Fowler joins Holywell Town

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Bangor City snap-up Wrexham starlet George Harry

Bangor City have continued their summer recruitment drive as they confirmed the signing of Wrexham striker George Harry. The young striker made his senior debut back in March for the Dragons and scored his first senior goal for the club against Torquay United. His aims now have gone from making an impact

Canaries swoop for Wrexham youngster Williams

Caernarfon Town boss Iwan Williams has hinted that new signing Ryan Williams could play an important role in their expected assault on the Huws Gray Alliance title. Williams, who can play in defence or in midfield, joins his hometown club after being released by Vanarama National League side Wrexham, with

Meet the team who won 20-0 on the weekend

Welsh National League Division One side Rhostyllen FC travelled to face Maesgwyn in a Saturday league fixture that would become a landmark result in their history.  Over the course of the fixture they put a staggering 20 goals past their hosts, and all whilst keeping a clean sheet.  Rhostyllen went into the

Flay joins Monmouth Town

Welsh League Division One outfit Monmouth Town have announced the signing of former Wrexham trainee Bradley Flay. Once describing himself as a “clever, two-footed, and balanced creative player,” Flay could prove an exciting addition for the Kingfishers, who remain nervously looking over their shoulder after a 3-1 defeat to Barry Town

Former Bangor loanee joins Brighton

Former Bangor City loan-star Jordan Davies joined Sky Bet Championship side Brighton & Hove Albion from Wrexham today. The Wales under-19 international had spent a majority of Phase One at Bangor City in which he earned rave reviews for his performances in the league. He also scored for Bangor this seasonn,

Davies returns to Wrexham

Jordan Davies has had his loan cut short with Welsh Premier League outfit Bangor City and has returned to parent club Wrexham. Davies, a left-back, was brought to the club by former manager Andy Legg in the summer as he made a host of changes to the club's first team squad.

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