Llanelli






  Stebonheath Park
  Penallt Road
  Llanelli
  Dyfed
  SA15 1EY
  Ground:
  Tel: 01554 772973

  Manager

  Andy Legg
 
Secretary
  Nigel Evans


  Llanelli is located 12 miles west of Swansea on the South Wales coast in Dyfed.
  Take the M4 to Junction 48 then follow signs to Llanelli.  After 4 miles turn right at the first set of traffic lights the left after Esso garage (signpost Stebonheath).  The Ground is 400 yards along on the right. 
  Parking available, busy social club outside ground.
 
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Llanelli History & Honours
  Workers from Staffordshire who moved to Llanelli with the Pottery industry in the latter half of the 19th century introduced football to the rugby stronghold, and a club was established which played on Cae Blake in the Furnace area of the town.  Unfortunately this club did not survive the fierce opposition posed by rugby union and its supporters and ceased playing matches.  However by 1904 the club was back in existence and able to compete against other clubs in the area.
  Formed in 1896 Llanelli became a professional club in 1912 and won the Welsh League in 1914.  The success was gained on the Cae Flat (Penyfan) pitch. 1914 was also the year of Llanelli's only Welsh Cup Final appearance - a 3-0 defeat to Wrexham in a replay at Oswestry.
  In 1922 the club moved to Stebonheath where it has remained ever since, winning the Welsh League again in 1930 and 1933.
  Further success came in the same competition again in 1971, 1977 and 1978.
  In 1992 Llanelli were founder members of the LoW finishing in 14th position at their first attempt.  Since this time the club has endured relegation and been promoted back; the Stebonheath Ground where it prospered under the management of maverick boss Leighton James.
  Despite finishing fifth in their first season Llanelli opted to sack manager Leighton James in May 2000.  During the following weeks John Lewis was appointed only to be replaced by Gary Proctor late in the 2000-01 season.  The club avoided relegation only because no South Wales side applied for promotion.  
   However an investment group Jesco bought a controlling interest in the club and in the summer of 2004 declared that the team would become only the second full time outfit in the league.  In 2008 this backing was richly rewarded when The Reds won a League and League Cup double, and were only denied a treble when beaten in the Welsh Cup Final.
  In 2009-10 the finished second and narrowly missed out on the championship which was won by TNS.

 

 Llanelli Playing Record 1991-2013
 
Season
Competition
Pos
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
1
1990-91
The Abacus League
14th
30
8
5
17
48
57
29
2
1991-92
The Abacus League
10th
30
9
6
15
43
61
33
3
1992-93
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
4
1993-94

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5
1994-95
League of Wales
18th
38
10
6
22
64
104
36
6
1995-96
League of Wales
 21st
40
8
9
23
50
88
33
7
1996-97
Welsh League
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
1997-98
Welsh League
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9
1998-99
CC Sports Welsh League
2nd
34
21
5
8
79
45
68
10
1999-00
League of Wales
5th
34
21
3
10
76
46
66
11
2000-01
League of Wales
17th
34
9
2
23
57
97
29
12
2001-02
League of Wales
15th
34
8
7
19
41
64
31
13
2002-03
Welsh Premier League
18th
34
4
5
25
42
89
17
14
2003-04
Welsh League (South)
1st
34
26
4
4
73
27
82
15
2004-05
Welsh Premier League
14th
34
8
5
21
42
85
29
16
2005-06
Welsh Premier League
2nd
34
21
5
8
64
28
68
17
2006-07
Welsh Premier League
3rd
32
18
9
5
72
33
63
18
2007-08
Welsh Premier League 1st
34
27
4
3
99
35
85
19
2008-09
Welsh Premier League 2nd 34
26
5
3
98
38
83
20
2009-10
Welsh Premier League 2nd 34
25
5
4
79
26
80
21
2010-11
Welsh Premier League 4th
32
15
8
9
58
41
53
22
2011-12
Welsh Premier League 4th 32
18
5
9
63
37
59
23
2012-13
Welsh Premier League 11th
32
10
6
16
41
69
36

 
Manager:  Bob Jeffrey
 
 
The relatively uknown Bob Jeffrey took over from Andy Legg in November 2012.
  A "Gallowgate" Glaswegian who move south as a schoolboy and played in the North West Counties League for Burnley United and Keighly Green, Bob then moved to West Wales and played for Pembrey United and Llanelli reserves.
  He became the manager of Carmarthen Town reserves and in August 2006 was appointed Academy Manager at Llanelli.
  



  UPDATED FEBRUARY 2013


Llanelli
Players & Squad Numbers 2012-13

GOALKEEPER
25
 Dave Richards
  A young goalkeeper who played for Cardiff City at youth level, Dave joined Llanelli during the summer of 2012.
Dob
04
04
1989
19
 Dafydd Jones
  A promising teenage goalkeeper, Carmarthen bron Dafydd was on the bench for Llanelli's Europa League matches at the beginning of the 2012-13 season.
  Dafydd previously played for Llandysul.
Dob
22
06
1995

DEFENCE
6
 Lee Hartshorn
  Merthyr born Lee has played for both Merthyr Tydfil and Saints and spent two seasons with Newtown where he made fourty Welsh Premier appearances.
  Joined Afan Lido in July 2012.
Dob
12
03
1987
3
 Lloyd Grist
  A well travelled left footer Lloyd joined Llanelli during the summer of 2011 from Port Talbot.
  Caerphilly born he began his career as a Shrewsbury Town apprentice and has since played for Newport County, Toronto Lynx in America, plus Caersws and Aberystwyth totting up more than 130 Welsh Premier starts as the 2012-13 season kicks off.
Dob
13
11
1985
20
 Dan Barnard
  A promising young defender Dan began his career with Cheltenham Town but joined Llanelli in January 2013 from Monmouth Town.
Dob
00
00
1900
5
 Alex Evans
 A former Cardiff City defender Alex joined Llanelli in January 2013.
 His previous clubs include Bath City and Cinderford.
Dob
17
09
1992
18
 Ryan Batley
  A promising young defender, Portsmouth born but a product of the Llanelli's youth system. He has represented Wales Semi Professionals at Under 23level.
Dob
17
11
1991

MIDFIELD
0
 Ariel Mrowinski
  Ariel signed for Llanelli in January 2013 from Lech Poznan
  His previous clubs include
Grom Plewiska and Lipno Steszew back in his native country of Poland.
Dob
22
02
1986
8
 Jason Bowen
  Merthyr born Jason joined Llanelli from Newport County during the summer of 2008.  In a distinguished Football League career the diminutive striker made over 100 appearances for Swansea before a £275,000 move to Birmingham City in 1995.  After a six month loan spell at Southampton he moved to Reading for £200,000 in 1997 and then on to Cardiff in 1999 on a free. 
  His league career record of 68 goals from 246 starts earned Jason two full International Caps for Wales.

Dob
28
04
1972
14
 Jack McKenna
  Midfielder Jack joined Llanelli during the January 2013 transfer window.
  His career began with Bristol Rovers where he progressed through the youth system before joining Chippenham Town on loan and then attracting a permanent move to Frome Town.
  He has since played for Bristol Manor Farm and Clevedon Town.
Dob
17
11
1984
15
 Mama Diallo
  Mama was born in Pita, Guinea but brought up in Cardiff and who joined The Bluebirds from school. He signed for Llanelli when released by City in June 2012.
Dob
18
05
1993
17
 Scott Evans
  Promising young midfielder Scott has already packed in a wide range of experiences in football despite his relative youth.
  So far he has played for Manchester City, Swansea City and Kilmarnock along with Swedish side Osters and more recently Port Talbot Town.
Dob
06
01
1989
20
 Corey Jenkins
  Midfielder Corey has also played for Newport County, Caersws, Fleur-de-Lys and Goytre. He moved to Stebonheath during the summer of 2012.
Dob
14
02
1991
4
 Dylan Blain
  Dylan joined Llanelli during the January 2013 transfer window.
  Haverfordwest born midfielder Dylan joined Port Talbot during the summer of 2010.
  He spent five season with the Bridge Meadow side before moving to Port Talbot in 2006, returning to Haverfordwest two years later. Dylan also spent a season with Newtown in amassing 278 Welsh Premier league starts as the 2012-13 season gets underway.
Dob
11
10
1982
10
 Nicky Holland
  Nicky joined Llanelli durng the January 2013 transfer window.A former Swansea City trainee signed by Llanelli in the summer of 2007 following his release by the Swans, Nicky moved to Port Talbot two years later.
  Capped by Wales at Under 17 level, Nicky starts with 2012-13 season with sixty nine Welsh Premier starts to his name - exactly fifty of which are with Port Talbot.

Dob
24
04
1989

FORWARDS
9
 Jeff White
  Jeff joined Llanelli from Port Talbot Town in January 2013.
Dob
18
01
1986
12
 Craig Moses
  Promising young striker signed from Newtown during the summer of 2009, Craig has represented Wales Colleges and Under 19s in the Milk Cup tournament. Brecon based, he has also played for Merthyr Tydfil.
Dob
12
04
1988
Llanelli Players 2012-13




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Ashley Morris
   
   
     
A Tredegar born goalkeeper who initially joined Llanelli on loan from Merthyr, Ashley has now established himself as first choice at Stebonheath.  He has represented the Welsh Semi Professional side and was unlucky to suffer a serious leg injury in the 2008 tournament match against Scotland at Rhyl.
(Dob:  31-07-1984)
Craig Richards
Young goalkeeper Craig joined his home town side from Dafen Welfare  in July 2007 and made his debut for the club as a 16 year old.
(Dob:  25-01-1991)
Steve Jenkins
Hugely experienced defender whose lengthy Football League career took in spells with Huddersfield, Swindon, Birmingham, Cardiff, Notts County and Peterborough. In non league circles he also played for Newport County and Worcester City. 
(Dob:  16-07-1972)
Martyn Giles
A Cardiff born defender Martyn has League experience with Cardiff City and Hereford United. In Welsh Premier circles he has played for Carmarthen Town, Port Talbot and Barry Town.
(Dob:  10-04-1983)
Ryan Batley
A promising young defender, Portsmouth born but a product of the Llanelli's youth system.
(Dob:  17-11-1991)
Stuart Jones
   
     
   
     
   
A former Swansea City defender who joined Llanelli during the summer of 2005.  Made over 50 first team appearances for The Swans.  Aberystwyth born and educated at the Penglais Secondary School, Stuart was spotted by Manchester United scouts in the nearby Ian Rush tournament and was on their books until the age of 14. He made a handful of first team appearances for The Swans and represted Waes Under 21s before his release from The Vetch.
(Dob:  14-03-1984)
Antonio Corbisiero


A skilful midfielder signed from Newport County in October 2005.   Antonio is a former Swansea City YTS, born in Exmouth of Italian/Irish parents with more than 50 Welsh Premier starts for the club.
(Dob:  17-11-1984)
Chris Holloway
   
   
   
A midfielder with experience in English football, Chris joined Llanelli during the summer of 2007. Swansea born he has more than 60 League appearances for Exeter City and includes Newport County, Tiverton and Merthyr Tydfil amongst his previous clubs.
(Dob:  05-02-1980)
Chris Venables
Llanidloes based midfielder who began his career at Shrewsbury Town and established himself with Caersws before switching to Welshpool during the summer of 2007.  Chris has also played for Aberystwyth Town.
(Dob:  23-07-1985)
Ashley Evans
Hard working midfielder who joined Neath from Merthyr Tydfil during the summer of 2009.  Ashley was previously with both Ton Pentre plus Newport County and Swansea City as a youth. Joined Llanelli in January 2011.
(Dob:  18-07-1989)
Rhys Griffiths
Tall striker who is good in the air and on the ground.  Signed from Haverfordwest County in August 2004, previous clubs include Cwmbran Town. Rhys enters the final stages of the 2008-09 season as the league's leading goalscorer.
(Dob:  01-03-1980)
Jordan Follows
A promising young striker who has graduated through the club's youth and reserve sides to make his first team debut against Vilnius in the Inter Toto Cup. Jordan has recently been called up by Wales Under 21 manager Brian Flynn after some impressive displays for The Reds.
(Dob:  23-03-1990)
Andy Legg
A veteran of more than 580 English League appearances with a number of clubs including Cardiff City, Peterborough, Ipswich, Birmngham and Notts County, Andy brings a wealth of experience to the reds side.  Born in Neath he notched 61 league goals during his lengthy career and made six International appearances for Wales. Until quite recenlty he was player manager at Hucknall in the Conference North.
(Dob:  28-07-1966)
Craig Moses
Promising young striker signed from Newtown during the summer of 2009, Craig has represented Wales Colleges and Under 19s in the Milk Cup tournament. Brecon based, he has also played for Merthyr Tydfil.
(Dob:  12-04-1988)
Chris Llewellyn
Experienced striker who career began at Norwich City and took in spells at Bristol Rovers and Wrexham. Chris joined Neath from Grimsby during the summer of 2009 and moved to Stebonheath a year later.  Capped at full International level for Wales. (on loan at Aberystwyth from January 2012)
(Dob:  28-08-1979)
Jason Bowen
Merthyr born Jason joined Llanelli from Newport County during the summer of 2008.  In a distinguished Football League career the diminutive striker made over 100 appearances for Swansea before a £275,000 move to Birmingham City in 1995.  After a six month loan spell at Southampton he moved to Reading for £200,000 in 1997 and then on to Cardiff in 1999 on a free.  His league career record of 68 goals from 246 starts earned Jason two Full International Caps for Wales.
(Dob:  24-08-1972)

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Ashley Morris
   
   
     
A Tredegar born goalkeeper who initially joined Llanelli on loan from Merthyr, Ashley has now established himself as first choice at Stebonheath.  He has represented the Welsh Semi Professional side and was unlucky to suffer a serious leg injury in the 2008 tournament match against Scotland at Rhyl.
(Dob:  31-07-1984)
Craig Richards
Young goalkeeper Craig joined his home town side from Dafen Welfare  in July 2007 and made his debut for the club as a 16 year old.
(Dob:  25-01-1991)
Steve Jenkins
Hugely experienced defender whose lengthy Football League career took in spells with Huddersfield, Swindon, Birmingham, Cardiff, Notts County and Peterborough. In non league circles he also played for Newport County and Worcester City. 
(Dob:  16-07-1972)
Martyn Giles
A Cardiff born defender Martyn has League experience with Cardiff City and Hereford United. In Welsh Premier circles he has played for Carmarthen Town, Port Talbot and Barry Town.
(Dob:  10-04-1983)
Ryan Batley
A promising young defender, Portsmouth born but a product of the Llanelli's youth system.
(Dob:  17-11-1991)
Wyn Thomas
Confident central defender whose impressive performances for local rivals Haverfordwest County caught the eye of Reds manager Peter Nicholas.  Previous clubs include Carmarthen Town.
(Dob:   11-01-1979)
Stuart Jones
   
     
   
     
   
A former Swansea City defender who joined Llanelli during the summer of 2005.  Made over 50 first team appearances for The Swans.  Aberystwyth born and educated at the Penglais Secondary School, Stuart was spotted by Manchester United scouts in the nearby Ian Rush tournament and was on their books until the age of 14. He made a handful of first team appearances for The Swans and represted Waes Under 21s before his release from The Vetch.
(Dob:  14-03-1984)
Antonio Corbisiero


A skilful midfielder signed from Newport County in October 2005.   Antionio is a former Swansea City YTS, born in Exmouth of Italian/Irish parents with more than 50 Welsh Premier starts for the club.
(Dob:  17-11-1984)
Chris Holloway
   
   
   
A midfielder with experience in English football, Chris joined Llanelli during the summer of 2007. Swansea born he has more than 60 League appearances for Exeter City and includes Newport County, Tiverton and Merthyr Tydfil amongst his previous clubs.
(Dob:  05-02-1980)
Chris Venables
Llanidloes based midfielder who began his career at Shrewsbury Town and established himself with Caersws before switching to Welshpool during the summer of 2007.  Chris has also played for Aberystwyth Town.
(Dob:  23-07-1985)
Rhys Griffiths
Tall striker who is good in the air and on the ground.  Signed from Haverfordwest County in August 2004, previous clubs include Cwmbran Town. Rhys enters the final stages of the 2008-09 season as the league's leading goalscorer.
(Dob:  01-03-1980)
Jordan Follows
A promising young striker who has graduated through the club's youth and reserve sides to make his first team debut against Vilnius in the Inter Toto Cup. Jordan has recently been called up by Wales Under 21 manager Brian Flynn after some impressive displays for The Reds.
(Dob:  23-03-1990)
Andy Legg
A veteran of more than 580 English League appearances with a number of clubs including Cardiff City, Peterborough, Ipswich, Birmngham and Notts County, Andy brings a wealth of experience to the reds side.  Born in Neath he notched 61 league goals during his lengthy career and made six International appearances for Wales. Until quite recenlty he was player manager at Hucknall in the Conference North.
(Dob:  28-07-1966)
Craig Moses
Promising young striker signed from Newtown during the summer of 2009, Craig has represented Wales Colleges and Under 19s in the Milk Cup tournament. Brecon based, he has also played for Merthyr Tydfil.
(Dob:  12-04-1988)
Chris Llewellyn
Experienced striker who career began at Norwich City and took in spells at Bristol Rovers and Wrexham. Chris joined Neath from Grimsby during the summer of 2009 and moved to Stebonheath a year later.  Capped at full International level for Wales.
(Dob:  28-08-1979)
Jason Bowen
Merthyr born Jason joined Llanelli from Newport County during the summer of 2008.  In a distinguished Football League career the diminutive striker made over 100 appearances for Swansea before a £275,000 move to Birmingham City in 1995.  After a six month loan spell at Southampton he moved to Reading for £200,000 in 1997 and then on to Cardiff in 1999 on a free.  His league career record of 68 goals from 246 starts earned Jason two Full International Caps for Wales.
(Dob:  24-08-1972)

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Ashley Morris
   
   
     
A Tredegar born goalkeeper who initially joined Llanelli on loan from Merthyr, Ashley has now established himself as first choice at Stebonheath.  He has represented the Welsh Semi Professional side and was unlucky to suffer a serious leg injury in the 2008 tournament match against Scotland at Rhyl.
(Dob:  31-07-1984)
Craig Morris
Carmarthen born goalkeeper whose previous clubs include Troyste FC and Aberystwyth Town, although he did not make a first team appearance for the Park Avenue side.  Joined Llanelli from Neath Athletic during the summer of 2008.
(Dob:  27-07-1981)
Steve Jenkins
Hugely experienced defender whose lengthy Football League career took in spells with Huddersfield, Swindon, Birmingham, Cardiff, Notts County and Peterborough. In non league circles he also played for Newport County and Worcester City. 
(Dob:  16-07-1972)
Lee Phillips
Former Cardiff City defender or midfielder who joined Llanelli in the summer of 2005, other clubs include Barry Town, Forest Green and Newport.
(Dob:  18-03-1979)
Lee Jarman
A Cardiff born defender who began his career at Ninian Park, Lee made more than 100 appearances for The Bluebirds before moving on to Exter City and Oxford United.  More recently he made 50 WP starts for Barry Town and also numbers Newport County amongst his former clubs.
(Dob: 16-12-1977)
Wyn Thomas
Confident central defender whose impressive performances for local rivals Haverfordwest County caught the eye of Reds manager Peter Nicholas.  Previous clubs include Carmarthen Town.
(Dob:   11-01-1979)
Stuart Jones
   
     
   
     
   
A former Swansea City defender who joined Llanelli during the summer of 2005.  Made over 50 first team appearances for The Swans.  Aberystwyth born and educated at the Penglais Secondary School, Stuart was spotted by Manchester United scouts in the nearby Ian Rush tournament and was on their books until the age of 14. He made a handful of first team appearances for The Swans and represted Waes Under 21s before his release from The Vetch.
(Dob:  14-03-1984)
Andy Mumford
Much travelled midfielder who boasts 60 odd first team appearances for Swansea City after impressing in the WP with Llanelli.  Has since played for Aldershot, Newport County and Aberystwyth and rejoined The Stebonheath club in January 2007 from Port Talbot Town.
(Dob: 18-06-1981)
Antonio Corbisiero


A skilful midfielder signed from Newport County in October 2005.   Antionio is a former Swansea City YTS, born in Exmouth of Italian/Irish parents with more than 50 Welsh Premier starts for the club.
(Dob:  17-11-1984)
Craig Jones
Young midfielder who progressed through the Afan Lido academy before joining Swansea City.  Craig returned to Lido and featured in the 2007 Welsh Cup Final before joining Llanelli during the summer of 2007.
(Dob:  26-03-1987)
Chris Holloway
   
   
   
A midfielder with experience in English football, Chris joined Llanelli during the summer of 2007. Swansea born he has more than 60 League appearances for Exeter City and includes Newport County, Tiverton and Merthyr Tydfil amongst his previous clubs.
(Dob:  05-02-1980)
Chris Venables
Creative young midfielder who began his career at Shrewsbury Town and established himself with Caersws before switching to Welshpool during the summer of 2007.  Has also played for Aberystwyth.
(Dob:  23-07-1985)
Craig Frater
Highly promising young striker who spent two years on the Manchester City academy but returned to Stebonheath during the summer of 2009.
(Dob:  00-00-1900)
Rhys Griffiths
Tall striker who is good in the air and on the ground.  Signed from Haverfordwest County in August 2004, previous clubs include Cwmbran Town. Rhys enters the final stages of the 2008-09 season as the league's leading goalscorer.
(Dob:  01-03-1980)
Jordan Follows
A promising young striker who has graduated through the club's youth and reserve sides to make his first team debut against Vilnius in the Inter Toto Cup. Jordan has recently been called up by Wales Under 21 manager Brian Flynn after some impressive displays for The Reds.
(Dob:  23-03-1990)
Andy Legg
A veteran of more than 580 English League appearances with a number of clubs including Cardiff City, Peterborough, Ipswich, Birmngham and Notts County, Andy brings a wealth of experience to the reds side.  Born in Neath he notched 61 league goals during his lengthy career and made six International appearances for Wales. Until quite recenlty he was player manager at Hucknall in the Conference North.
(Dob:  28-07-1966)
Craig Moses
Promising young striker signed from Newtown during the summer of 2009, Craig has represented Wales Colleges and Under 19s in the Milk Cup tournament. Brecon based, he has also played for Merthyr Tydfil.
(Dob:  12-04-1988)
Jason Bowen
Merthyr born Jason joined Llanelli from Newport County during the summer of 2008.  In a distinguished Football League career the diminutive striker made over 100 appearances for Swansea before a £275,000 move to Birmingham City in 1995.  After a six month loan spell at Southampton he moved to Reading for £200,000 in 1997 and then on to Cardiff in 1999 on a free.  His league career record of 68 goals from 246 starts earned Jason two Full International Caps for Wales.
(Dob:  24-08-1972)

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Ryan Harrison
   
   
     
A widely travelled young goalkeeper has been with both Wrexham and Swansea City despite being born in Northampton!  Ryan was more recenlty with Forest Green and signed for Llanelli during the summer of 2007.
(Dob:  26-12-1986)
Duncan Roberts
A widely travelled young goalkeeper who was involved with Norwich City before embarking upon brief stays at a number of non league clubs including Wisbech, St Albans, Bedford Town.  In Wales he has played for Barry Town and Newport before joining Llanelli during the summer of 2005.
(Dob:  18-03-1984)
Craig Morris
Carmarthen born goalkeeper whose previous clubs include Troyste FC and Aberystwyth Town, although he did not make a first team appearance for the Park Avenue side.  Joined Llanelli from Neath Athletic during the summer of 2008.
(Dob:  27-07-1981)
Lee Phillips
Former Cardiff City defender or midfielder who joined Llanelli in the summer of 2005, other clubs include Barry Town, Forest Green and Newport.
(Dob:  18-03-1979)
Gary Lloyd
Veteran defender best known as the leftback in the Barry Town side under Gary Barnett.  Gary joined Carmarthen from Newport County in August 2004 and then moved to Llanelli with the intention of moving into coaching in February 2006.
(Dob:  26-03-1972)
Wyn Thomas
Confident central defender whose impressive performances for local rivals Haverfordwest County caught the eye of Reds manager Peter Nicholas.  Previous clubs include Carmarthen Town.
(Dob:   11-01-1979)
Stuart Jones
   
     
   
     
   
A former Swansea City defender who joined Llanelli during the summer of 2005.  Made over 50 first team appearances for The Swans.  Aberystwyth born and educated at the Penglais Secondary School, Stuart was spotted by Manchester United scouts in the nearby Ian Rush tournament and was on their books until the age of 14. He made a handful of first team appearances for The Swans and represted Waes Under 21s before his release from The Vetch.
(Dob:  14-03-1984)
Andy Mumford
Much travelled midfielder who boasts 60 odd first team appearances for Swansea City after impressing in the WP with Llanelli.  Has since played for Aldershot, Newport County and Aberystwyth and rejoined The Stebonheath club in January 2007 from Port Talbot Town.
(Dob: 18-06-1981)
Paul Wanless
     
     
     
Hugely experiended midfielder whose career began with Oxford United but took in more than 340 League appearances in all for Lincoln City and Cambridge United. Paul was more recently player manager at Fores Green on a temporary basis, and switched to Stebonheath in May 2007.
(Dob: 14-12-1973)
Craig Jones
Young midfielder who progressed through the Afan Lido academy before joining Swansea City.  Craig returned to Lido and featured in the 2007 Welsh Cup Final before joining Llanelli during the summer of 2007.
(Dob:  26-03-1987)
Chris Holloway
   
   
   
A midfielder with experience in English football, Chris joined Llanelli during the summer of 2007. Swansea born he has more than 60 League appearances for Exeter City and includes Newport County, Tiverton and Merthyr Tydfil amongst his previous clubs.
(Dob:  05-02-1980)
Nick Holland
A former Swansea City trainee signed by Llanelli in the summer of 2007 following his release by the Swans.  A Wales Under-17 cap.
(Dob:  24-04-1989)
Sam Small
   
   
Young striker who joined Llanelli in July 2007 from relegated Cwmbran Town.  Sam's previous clubs include Cinderford Town, Penrhiwfer, UWIC and Taffs Well.
(Dob:  16-09-1986)
Mark Pritchard
Former Swansea City striker with loan experience at Merthyr Tydfil and Aldershot, Mark joined Llanelli during the summer of 2007.
(Dob:  23-11-1985)
Rhys Griffiths
Tall striker who is good in the air and on the ground.  Signed from Haverfordwest County in August 2004, previous clubs include Cwmbran Town. Rhys enters the final stages of the 2008-09 season as the league's leading goalscorer.
(Dob:  01-03-1980)
Jordan Follows
A promising young striker who has graduated through the club's youth and reserve sides to make his first team debut against Vilnius in the Inter Toto Cup. Jordan has recently been called up by Wales Under 21 manager Brian Flynn after some impressive displays for The Reds.
(Dob:  23-03-1990)
Andy Legg
A veteran of more than 580 English League appearances with a number of clubs including Cardiff City, Peterborough, Ipswich, Birmngham and Notts County, Andy brings a wealth of experience to the reds side.  Born in Neath he notched 61 league goals during his lengthy career and made six International appearances for Wales. Until quite recenlty he was player manager at Hucknall in the Conference North.
(Dob:  28-07-1966)
Jason Bowen
Merthyr born Jason joined Llanelli from Newport County during the summer of 2008.  In a distinguished Football League career the diminutive striker made over 100 appearances for Swansea before a £275,000 move to Birmingham City in 1995.  After a six month loan spell at Southampton he moved to Reading for £200,000 in 1997 and then on to Cardiff in 1999 on a free.  His league career record of 68 goals from 246 starts earned Jason two Full International Caps for Wales.
(Dob:  24-08-1972)

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Ryan Harrison
   
   
     
A widely travelled young goalkeeper has been with both Wrexham and Swansea City despite being born in Northampton!  Ryan was more recenlty with Forest Green and signed for Llanelli during the summer of 2007.
(Dob:  26-12-1986)
Duncan Roberts
A widely travelled young goalkeeper who was involved with Norwich City before embarking upon brief stays at a number of non league clubs including Wisbech, St Albans, Bedford Town.  In Wales he has played for Barry Town and Newport before joining Llanelli during the summer of 2005.
(Dob:  18-03-1984)
Lee Phillips
Former Cardiff City defender or midfielder who joined Llanelli in the summer of 2005, other clubs include Barry Town, Forest Green and Newport.
(Dob:  18-03-1979)
Gary Lloyd
Veteran defender best known as the leftback in the Barry Town side under Gary Barnett.  Gary joined Carmarthen from Newport County in August 2004 and then moved to Llanelli with the intention of moving into coaching in February 2006.
(Dob:  26-03-1972)
Wyn Thomas
Central defender whose impressive performances for local rivals Haverfordwest County caught the eye of Reds manager Peter Nicholas.  Previous clubs include Carmarthen Town.
(Dob:   11-01-1979)
Stuart Jones
   
     
   
     
   
A former Swansea City defender who joined Llanelli during the summer of 2005.  Made over 50 first team appearances for The Swans.  Aberystwyth born and educated at the Penglais Secondary School, Stuart was spotted by Manchester United scouts in the nearby Ian Rush tournament and was on their books until the age of 14. He made a handful of first team appearances for The Swans and represted Waes Under 21s before his release from The Vetch.
(Dob:  14-03-1984)
Andy Mumford
Much travelled midfielder who boasts 60 odd first team appearances for Swansea City after impressing in the WP with Llanelli.  Has since played for Aldershot, Newport County and Aberystwyth and rejoined The Stebonheath club in January 2007 from Port Talbot Town.
(Dob: 18-06-1981)
Paul Wanless
     
     
     
Hugely experiended midfielder whose career began with Oxford United but took in more than 340 League appearances in all for Lincoln City and Cambridge United. Paul was more recently player manager at Fores Green on a temporary basis, and switched to Stebonheath in May 2007.
(Dob: 14-12-1973)
Craig Jones
Young midfielder who progressed through the Afan Lido academy before joining Swansea City.  Craig returned to Lido and featured in the 2007 Welsh Cup Final before joining Llanelli during the summer of 2007.
(Dob:  26-03-1987)
Chris Holloway
   
   
   
A midfielder with experience in English football, Chris joined Llanelli during the summer of 2007. Swansea born he has more than 60 League appearances for Exeter City and includes Newport County, Tiverton and Merthyr Tydfil amongst his previous clubs.
(Dob:  05-02-1980)
Nick Holland
A former Swansea City trainee signed by Llanelli in the summer of 2007 following his release by the Swans.  A Wales Under-17 cap.
(Dob:  24-04-1989)
Sam Small
   
   
Young striker who joined Llanelli in July 2007 from relegated Cwmbran Town.  Sam's previous clubs include Cinderford Town, Penrhiwfer, UWIC and Taffs Well.
(Dob:  16-09-1986)
Mark Pritchard
Former Swansea City striker with loan experience at Merthyr Tydfil and Aldershot, Mark joined Llanelli during the summer of 2007.
(Dob:  23-11-1985)
Rhys Griffiths
Tall striker who is good in the air and on the ground.  Signed from Haverfordwest County in August 2004, previous clubs include Cwmbran Town.
(Dob:  01-03-1980)
Craig Williams
     
     
Striker signed from Taffs Well in November 2004 having previously made a handful of first team appearances for local Welsh Premier rivals Carmarthen Town.
(Dob:  28-01-1983)
Jordan Follows
A promising young striker who has graduated through the club's youth and reserve sides to make his first team debut against Vilnius in the Inter Toto Cup.
(Dob:  23-03-1990)
Andy Legg
A veteran of more than 580 English League appearances with a number of clubs including Cardiff City, Peterborough, Ipswich, Birmngham and Notts County, Andy brings a wealth of experience to the reds side.  Born in Neath he notched 61 league goals during his lengthy career and made six International appearances for Wales. Until quite recenlty he was player manager at Hucknall in the Conference North.
(Dob:  28-07-1966)

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Duncan Roberts
   
   
     
A widely travelled young goalkeeper who was involved with Norwich City before embarking upon brief stays at a number of non league clubs including Wisbech, St Albans, Bedford Town.  In Wales he has played for Barry Town and Newport before joining Llanelli during the summer of 2005.
(Dob:  18-03-1984)
Kirk Huggins
Former Cardiff City youth teamer who joined Llanelli upon his release from Ninian Park during the summer of 2005.  Had shirt number 34 with The Bluebirds.
(Dob:  04-06-1985)
Gary Lloyd
Veteran defender best known as the leftback in the Barry Town side under Gary Barnett.  Gary joined Carmarthen from Newport County in August 2004 and then moved to Llanelli with the intention of moving into coaching in February 2006.
(Dob:  26-03-1972)
Wyn Thomas
Central defender whose impressive performances for local rivals Haverfordwest County caught the eye of Reds manager Peter Nicholas.  Previous clubs include Carmarthen Town.
(Dob:   11-01-1979)
Stuart Edwards
Former Leeds United youngster who joined The Reds as a full timer during the summer of 2005.
(Dob:  01-10-1984)
Jamie Rewbury
A former Swansea City youth, midfielder 6'2 tall Jamie joined Llanelli during the summer of 2005, born in the Rhondda viallage of Wattstown.  Capped by Wales as schoolboy and Under 17 level.
(Dob:  15-02-1986)
Stuart Jones
   
     
   
     
   
A former Swansea City defender who joined Llanelli during the summer of 2005.  Made over 50 first team appearances for The Swans.  Aberystwyth born and educated at the Penglais Secondary School, Stuart was spotted by Manchester United scouts in the nearby Ian Rush tournament and was on their books until the age of 14. He made a handful of first team appearances for The Swans and represted Waes Under 21s before his release from The Vetch.
(Dob:  14-03-1984)
Andy Mumford
Much travelled midfielder who boasts 60 odd first team appearances for Swansea City after impressing in the WP with Llanelli.  Has since played for Aldershot, Newport County and Aberystwyth and rejoined The Stebonheath club in January 2007 from Port Talbot Town.
(Dob: 18-06-1981)
Lee Phillips
     
     
Former Cardiff City defender or midfielder who joined Llanelli in the summer of 2005, other clubs include Barry Town, Forest Green and Newport.
(Dob:  18-03-1979)
Ivan Nofeuentes
Spanish midfielder and summer 2005 signing whose previous clubs include second division outfits Motril and Nilanova.
(Dob:  18-08-1981)
Richard Appleby
Former Swansea City full timer signed from Forest Green in March 2006.   Middlesbrough born, Richard began his career at local rivals Newcastle in 1994 and after a brief loan spell at Darlington moved to Ipswich and then Swansea City where he made more than 130 first team appearances until his release in December 2001.  Since that time he has played for Kidderminster and briefly Hull City.
(Dob:  18-09-1975)
Neil Thomas
Poweful midfielder whose family home is in the Nantlle area, Neil caught the eye with Llanelli during their "great escape" from relegation in 2004-05, having moved to Stebonheath from Taffs Well.  Also has a brief spell with Bangor City and Porthmadog before returning to Llanelli in December 2005.
(Dob:   22-02-1982)
Efren Fernandez
     
   
Spanish midfielder or striker who joined Llanelli in August 2005, previous clubs include Malaga and Granada.
(Dob:  05-06-1980)
Antonio Corbisiero
Young midfielder signed from Newport County in October 2005.   A former Swansea City YTS, born in Exmouth of Italian/Irish parents.
(Dob:  17-11-1984)
Kris Thomas
Midfielder re-signed from Cwmbran Town in October 2005 after also appearing for Merthyr Tydfil.
(Dob:  18-01-1983)
Jacob Mingorance
Attacking midfielder, signed during in August 2005, previous clubs include Malaga.
(Dob:  05-06-1980)
Iain Ramsey
Teenage Australian nidfielder signed from Combusbarron Rovers in September 2005.
(Dob:  27-02-1988)
Robert Jones
Midfielder who has progressed from the club's youth system.
(Dob:  01-11-1986)
Anthony Wright
     
     
Midfielder signed from Cwmbran in January 2003, previously with Port Talbot & Llanelli whom he joined from Oxford United where made 20 English Football League appearances.
(Dob:  01-09-1979)
John Phillips
Former Cardiff City and Welsh Schools striker signed from Newport County in September 2005.
(Dob:  22-10-1985)
Nick Harrhy
Abergavenny born striker signed from Newport County in Septmebr 2005, having previously played for Gravesend & Northfleet.  A former Bristol City youth team player.
(Dob:  14-09-1982)
Craig Williams
     
Striker signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  28-01-1983)
Cortez Belle
Tall, mobile and robust striker who joined Llanelli from Newport County in January 2006.  Cortez has considerable experience with a number of clubs including Chester City and Merthyr Tydfil.
(Dob:  27-08-1983)
Daniel Purzycki
Polish striker signed from Bedford Town in September 2005.
(Dob:  26-09-1975)
Kaid Mohammed
Midfielder re-signed for Llanelli in December 2005 from Cwmbran Town.  Previous clubs include Welsh League side Ely Rangers.
(Dob:  23-07-1984)

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Duncan Roberts
   
   
     
A widely travelled young goalkeeper who was involved with Norwich City before embarking upon brief stays at a number of non league clubs including Wisbech, St Albans, Bedford Town.  In Wales he has played for Barry Town and Newport before joining Llanelli during the summer of 2005.
(Dob:  18-03-1984)
Dyfan Pierce
Former RAF defender who moved to Stebonheath under manager Nicky Tucker in the 2004-05 season. A native Penrhyndeudraeth in North Wales, Dyfan has also played for Porthmadog.
(Dob:  20-12-1980)
Kirk Huggins
Former Cardiff City youth teamer who joined Llanelli upon his release from Ninian Park during the summer of 2005.  Had shirt number 34 with The Bluebirds.
(Dob:  04-06-1985)
Gary Lloyd
Veteran defender best known as the leftback in the Barry Town side under Gary Barnett.  Gary joined Carmarthen from Newport County in August 2004 and then moved to Llanelli with the intention of moving into coaching in February 2006.
(Dob:  26-03-1972)
Stuart Edwards
Former Leeds United youngster who joined The Reds as a full timer during the summer of 2005.
(Dob:  01-10-1984)
Jamie Rewbury
A former Swansea City youth, midfielder 6'2 tall Jamie joined Llanelli during the summer of 2005, born in the Rhondda viallage of Wattstown.  Capped by Wales as schoolboy and Under 17 level.
(Dob:  15-02-1986)
Stuart Jones
   
     
   
     
   
A former Swansea City defender who joined Llanelli during the summer of 2005.  Made over 50 first team appearances for The Swans.  Aberystwyth born and educated at the Penglais Secondary School, Stuart was spotted by Manchester United scouts in the nearby Ian Rush tournament and was on their books until the age of 14. He made a handful of first team appearances for The Swans and represted Waes Under 21s before his release from The Vetch.
(Dob:  14-03-1984)
Lee Phillips
     
     
Former Cardiff City defender or midfielder who joined Llanelli in the summer of 2005, other clubs include Barry Town, Forest Green and Newport.
(Dob:  18-03-1979)
Ivan Nofeuentes
Spanish midfielder and summer 2005 signing whose previous clubs include second division outfits Motril and Nilanova.
(Dob:  18-08-1981)
Richard Appleby
Former Swansea City full timer signed from Forest Green in March 2006.   Middlesbrough born, Richard began his career at local rivals Newcastle in 1994 and after a brief loan spell at Darlington moved to Ipswich and then Swansea City where he made more than 130 first team appearances until his release in December 2001.  Since that time he has played for Kidderminster and briefly Hull City.
(Dob:  18-09-1975)
Neil Thomas
Poweful midfielder whose family home is in the Nantlle area, Neil caught the eye with Llanelli during their "great escape" from relegation in 2004-05, having moved to Stebonheath from Taffs Well.  Also has a brief spell with Bangor City and Porthmadog before returning to Llanelli in December 2005.
(Dob:   22-02-1982)
Efren Fernandez
     
   
Spanish midfielder or striker who joined Llanelli in August 2005, previous clubs include Malaga and Granada.
(Dob:  05-06-1980)
Antonio Corbisiero
Young midfielder signed from Newport County in October 2005.   A former Swansea City YTS, born in Exmouth of Italian/Irish parents.
(Dob:  17-11-1984)
Kris Thomas
Midfielder re-signed from Cwmbran Town in October 2005 after also appearing for Merthyr Tydfil.
(Dob:  18-01-1983)
Jacob Mingorance
Attacking midfielder, signed during in August 2005, previous clubs include Malaga.
(Dob:  05-06-1980)
Iain Ramsey
Teenage Australian nidfielder signed from Combusbarron Rovers in September 2005.
(Dob:  27-02-1988)
Robert Jones
Midfielder who has progressed from the club's youth system.
(Dob:  01-11-1986)
Anthony Wright
     
     
Midfielder signed from Cwmbran in January 2003, previously with Port Talbot & Llanelli whom he joined from Oxford United where made 20 English Football League appearances.
(Dob:  01-09-1979)
John Phillips
Former Cardiff City and Welsh Schools striker signed from Newport County in September 2005.
(Dob:  22-10-1985)
Nick Harrhy
Abergavenny born striker signed from Newport County in Septmebr 2005, having previously played for Gravesend & Northfleet.  A former Bristol City youth team player.
(Dob:  14-09-1982)
Craig Williams
     
Striker signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  28-01-1983)
Cortez Belle
Tall and mobile striker who joined Llanelli from Newport County in January 2006.  Cortez has considerable experience with a number of clubs including Chester City and Merthyr Tydfil.
(Dob:  27-08-1983)
Daniel Purzycki
Polish striker signed from Bedford Town in September 2005.
(Dob:  26-09-1975)
Kaid Mohammed
Midfielder re-signed for Llanelli in December 2005 from Cwmbran Town.  Previous clubs include Welsh League side Ely Rangers.
(Dob:  23-07-1984)

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Gareth Williams
     
Goalkeeper signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  05-06-1980)
Danny Street
Defender signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  20-03-1976)
Sam Turner
Promising young defender who has graduated from the club's reserves.
(Dob:  26-11-1985)
Chris Ashley
Defender signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  10-04-1977)
Gavin Guy
     
Promising young defender signed from Briton Ferry in December 2004.
(Dob:  18-04-1984)
Steve Crabbe
       
A product of the Llanelli academy side and Welsh U19 Interational.
(Dob:  25-12-1984)
Anthony Bowden
Swansea based defender who made his Welsh Premiership debut on the opening Saturday of the 2004-05 season under former manager Eddie May.
(Dob:  30-07-1971)
Wayne Marks
     
Midfielder signed from Fairwater FC in December 2004.
(Dob:  10-03-1979)
Jason Bird
   
Midfielder signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  05-06-1969)
Neil Thomas
Central midfielder signed from Taffs Well in November 2004, previously based in North Wales where he played for Nantlle Vale in the Caernarfon area.
(Dob:  22-02-1982)
Kyle Sheppard
     
Midfielder signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  04-12-1982)
Peter Cheesman
     
Experienced midfielder signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  22-09-1972)
Jason Hislop
Midfielder signed from Port Talbot Town in November 2004.
(Dob:  31-05-1981)
Richard Jones
     
Promising young midfielder signed from Swansea City in November 2004.
(Dob:  06-01-1985)
Martin Rose
     
Striker signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  29-02-1984)
Craig Williams
     
Striker signed from Taffs Well in November 2004.
(Dob:  28-01-1983)


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Huw Liddell
       
   
A good shot stopper goalkeeper who featured in the Llanelli side which won promotion back to the Welsh Premiership in 2004.
(Dob:  20-02-1976)
Matthew Long
Goalkeeper signed from Risca & Gelli United in September 2004.
(Dob:  31-05-1977)
Rhys Redman
Defender signed from Risca & Gelli United in September 2004.
(Dob:  21-02-1985)
Marc Jones
Defender signed from Carmarthen Town in September 2004.
(Dob:  18-08-1985)
Nicky Pritchard
       
A promising young goalkeeper who has represented Weslh Colleges.
(Dob:  08-01-1987)
Andrew Bowden
     
   
Swansea based defender who made his Welsh Premiership debut on the opening Saturday of the 2004-05 season.
(Dob:  30-07-1971)
Dean Philpott
Vastly experience defender who joined Llanelli from Barry Town in October 2004. Previous clubs include Inter Cardiff and Aberystwyth Town.
(Dob:   15-10-1971)
Nigel Mahoney
     
A former Treharris defender.
(Dob:  01-07-1978)
John Meacock
Defender signed from Goytre United in August 2004.
Dale Griffiths
     
Versatile young defender who joined The Redsa after spending a season with Swansea City.
(Dob:  00-00-1900)
Anthony Wright
     
 
Midfielder signed from Cwmbran in January 2003, previously with Port Talbot & Llanelli whom he joined from Oxford United where made 20 English Football League appearances.
(Dob:  01-09-1979)
Craig Cheedy
Promising young midfielder signed from Risca & Gelli United in September 2004.
(Dob:  16-03-1986)
Craig Connor
Promising young midfielder who has progressed from the club's academy.
(Dob:  11-04-1987)
Nathan Wigg
     
   
A hugely experienced midfielder who had English League experience with Cardiff City.  His previous WP clubs include Cwmbran Town and Port Talbot Town.
(Dob:  29-09-1974)
Steve Crabbe
     
A product of the Llanelli academy side and Welsh U19 Interational.
(Dob:  25-12-1984)
Rob Shannon
     
A talented young midfielder who spent a number of seasons with Swansea City.
(Dob:  06-01-1984)
Rob Cunnah
Young midfielder who has progressed from the club's academy.
Danny Jones
       
A hard working teenage midfielder who has progressed from the club's academy.
(Dob:  19-02-1986)
Liam Williams
     
A product of the club's academy, a Wales U18 International who has also represented Welsh Colleges.
(Dob:  00-00-1900)
Chris Watkins
       
     
Midfielder back for his second spell at Stebonheath, previously with Swansea City and WP clubs Cwmbran Town and Port Talbot Town.
(Dob:  14-11-1975)
Ryan Fahey
     
Hard working striker who was a member of the 2003-04 championship winning side.
(Dob:  01-02-1984)
Lee Smolka
Youngster signed from the club's academy.