Deadline Day LIVE: January transfer window shuts for Welsh In the top-flight of Welsh football, Penybont got the ball rolling by
announcing the coup Sam Jones – Cambrian & Clydach to Cardiff
Image: Will Cheshire Photography © The ever-reliant Cymru Premier striker has scored over 100 goals in Welsh domestic football as he has featured for three different clubs in the topflight. Michael Wilde was one of the shock signings for Flint Town United last season as he scored 16 goals for The Silkmen during his time at the club. The 38-year-old striker made a return to Connah’s Quay this summer as he was reunited with ex-Flint Town United manager Neil Gibson. He already scored for The Nomads this season as he scored against The New Saints as he helped knock his first Welsh side out of the competition.
Flint Town United – Danny Harrison – £45k Danny Harrison of Connahs Quay in action Penybont v Connahs Quay at Bryntirion Park in the JD Cymru Premier on the 13th March 2021. Lewis Mitchell/Penybont FC Harrison is one of the most reliable players on this list as the central midfielder has featured 185 times in English Football League Two and 92 times in the English Football League One with Tranmere Rovers and Rotherham United. The midfielder has also spent a season within the National League for Chester. He signed with Connah’s Quay in 2015 as he spent over six years with the club as Connah’s Quay won back-to-back titles.
Credit: Lewis Mitchell/YCPD. Lewis Webb is a promising Welsh goalkeeper as the shot-stopper earned a loan move to Anthony Williams’s side this summer. The 20-year-old has featured for the u19 and u21 Wales side as he has featured alongside the likes of Rubin Colwill and Neco Williams as the young goalkeeper currently has two caps for the u21 side. Webb’s last club was a loan move to Shelbourne in the Irish Premier Division in January this year. The young goalkeeper hopes to gain regular first-team minutes as he hopes to impress Swansea City as well as the Aberystwyth fans.
"Now it's up to James to show that he can pick those moments in games and it was great to see him get that first opportunity last weekend. I hope he gets the platform to show his talent and kick on. " LIVELY: James Waite earned a Newport County deal thanks to his exploits with Penybont Waite came on for Swansea City prospect Ollie Cooper when the game was won last weekend, playing behind the in-form strike pairing of Dom Telford and Courtney Baker-Richardson. "James Rowberry probably knows him better than me, although not in a senior environment, " said Griffiths. "He can play in numerous positions. We played him up front on his own, believe it or not, as well as on both sides, in a two up front and as a number 10.
"In terms of finishing in training he is on another level to all of them so the task for James Rowberry, as it was for me, is to get that out of him in games. "It's easier said than done but he has low backlift, moves the ball very quickly and strikes the ball when defenders don't think that he will. James is very clever with his finishing and from 20 yards and closer he is deadly. — Sgorio ⚽️ (@sgorio) January 11, 2022 "He was a work in progress for us but was still our top scorer and would have gone on to score 25 or 30 in the Welsh Premier League. "James is not the complete article in terms of the knowledge of his own game but he has got amazing technical ability and a high IQ for finishing. "But I played with plenty who were always good trainers and in boxing you have fighters who are good in the gym but no so good in the ring.
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Credit: Lewis Mitchell The Archers centre-half has been a commanding figure in the Cardiff Met back line as he is the most valuable football player at the club. Lewis scored nine goals in all competitions last season including two goals scored from this own half. The two-time Wales C international also had the honour to captain the side in a 4-0 win over England C at The Oval. Lewis will need to be a key player yet again this season as Cardiff Met has lost several of their star players as well as having a new manager in the dugout for the new season. Connah’s Quay – Michael Wilde – £113k Mike Wilde of Connah’s Quay.
Airbus UK – Jake Phillips – £68k Jake Phillips at Caernarfon, Wales 30 March 2022. International Challenge match between Wales C and England C. Credit: Will Cheshire Airbus will be one of the favorites to go down but Jake Phillips a recent arrival from Flint Town United, could be one to keep an eye on. Phillips has featured for four different clubs within the Welsh Premier League as he had spells with Connah’s Quay Nomads, Newtown, Flint Town United, and Airbus. Phillips was a regular starter for each club he went to.
Harrison signed for Flint Town United last season as he made 21 appearances last season for the Silkmen. 2022/23 Cymru Premier: Fixtures, Results, and Top Scorers Haverfordwest County – Jazz Richards – £68k Jazz Richards of Haverfordwest in action. Haverfordwest County v Penybont in the JD Cymru Premier at Bridge Meadow Stadium on the 28th January 2022. Credit: Lewis Mitchell The former Wales International received 14 caps for the national side as well as featuring for Swansea City and Cardiff City. He featured 22 times in the English topflight as he featured 18 times for the Swans over four years and featured four times in the 2018-19 season for Cardiff City. During his career in English football, he failed to score a league goal as last season he grabbed a hat-trick in a 6-1 win against Cefn Druids.
Disappointing defeat on the road for Aberystwyth Town “We need to put the ball in the back of the net, we aren't, six-time
top-flight champions Cardiff Met at Park Avenue (kick-off
Every 2022/23 Cymru Premier team's most valuable playersAs we have seen the first two games of the JD Cymru Premier season we can see some of the players that can possibly be potential stars in the league this season. We look at the value of each player, courtesy of Transfer Market valuations. Aberystwyth Town – Lewis Webb – £68k Llanelli, Wales. 3rd June 2021. Lewis Webb of Wales u21 during training at Stebonheath Park ahead of their match against Moldova tomorrow.
Newtown – Aaron Williams – £90k Aaron Williams of Newtown in action. Penybont v Newtown in the JD Cymru Premier at Bryntirion Park on the 6th April 2022. Credit: Lewis Mitchell Williams came a long way to enjoy success as the English forward played for 11 different clubs over ten years before his move to Newtown.
Ten-man Aberystwyth Town see off challenge of Airbus UK Finally, Owen Payne volleyed wide, to the relief of a tense home
crowd.Aberystwyth are next in action away to Cardiff Met on Saturday, with
Welsh Cup: The Flintshire derby and 7 other mouthwatering ties from the fourth round to look out for Colwyn Bay v Cardiff Met - Saturday – 12.45pm (Live on S4C) Saltney
started their Welsh Cup journey in the first qualifying round
Credit: Lewis Mitchell Donohue featured in Welsh football in the early stages of this career at Porthmadog, Holywell Hotspur, and Caernarfon Town. He had spells at Chesterfield, Portsmouth, Mansfield, Swindon, and Barrow. He returned to Caernarfon Town last season as he took the captaincy for The Canaries as his performances for the side last season helped Huw Griffith’s side finish in 4th place. Donohue was voted as one of our players of the season last season as he also scored two goals. Cardiff Met – Emlyn Lewis – £68k Emlyn Lewis of Cardiff Met ahead of kick off. Cardiff Metropolitan University v Barry Town United in the Nathaniel MG Cup Semi Final at Cyncoed Campus on the 27th November 2021.
"Whatever role he plays in it will be about confidence and hopefully he can hit the ground running and get an assist or a goal soon. He certainly won't let you down. " Waite is a success story for the Cymru Premier and Penybont, following last January's signing of central defender Priestley Farquharson from Connah's Quay Nomads. "It's a double-edged, " said Griffiths, who intends to return to Rodney Parade to watch Waite. "I have lost a player and a person that I value but it shows future players that if you want to get back into the Football League then we are an option.
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