Caernarfon Town have today announced that Alex Ramsay, Joe Williams and Danny Brookwell have all committed their futures to the club by penning long term deals. The trio will be playing in the JD Welsh Premier League next season, following the Canaries successful Cymru Alliance campaign.
Ramsay, a regular starter in goal, joined the club in November 2016 having previously played for Rhyl, The New Saints and Caersws. Talking on Caernarfon Town’s Youtube channel, manager Sean Eardley described Ramsay as “one of the best goalkeepers operating within the Welsh system.”
Defender Williams has been with the Canaries for the last couple of season’s, after leaving Llandudno. Eardley described the right back as a “fans favourite”, going on to say “He’s a Welsh Premier League defender as far as I’m concerned. He’s just unbelievably consistent with his performances.”
Brookwell agreed a deal in April last year to remain with the club for the season just gone, and has now extended his stay as the North Wales side look to test themselves against Welsh Premier League opposition next term. The midfielder contributed seven goals during an impressive season, and Eardley admitted that there was interest from other clubs: “We knew that certain clubs would be interested and that was the case.” The former Glantraeth player was described by Eardley as a “game changer” with “electrifying pace”.
Eardley, who has worked previously with Llandudno, added: “There are more (announcements) to follow.”
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