Caernarfon Town






  The Oval
  Marcus Street
  Caernarfon
  LL55 2HT
  Ground:
  Tel: 01286 675002

  Manager

  Iwan Williams
 
Secretary
  Geraint Jones


  
Caernarfon lies on the banks of the Menai Straits in North West Wales, some ten miles west of Bangor.
   From Bangor follow signs for Porthmadog and Beddgelert across roundabout and flyover, then keep left for Beddgelert.  Within 200 yards of coming off flyover turn right at top of hill into Segontium Road South ground visible ahead. 
  From Porthmadog turn right at Eagles Pub before flyover - then as above.
 Good parking with lively social club open outside the ground.

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Caernarfon Town History & Honours
  Football clubs in Caernarfon have borne such nostalgic names as Athletic, Ironopolis, and Colts.  In 1906 Caernarfon Colts and RWF who both played at The Oval joined forces to form Caernarfon United.
  In 1937Caernarfon Town FC was formed and entered a team in the Welsh League (North) where they stayed until 1980.  During this time the club won League Championship in 1947 and 1966.
  In 1980 Caernarfon joined the Lancashire Combination in the English system, moving to the North West Counties within a year. Such cross border movement was subject to FAW approval and a great deal of lobbying.
  As runners up in 1985 Caernarfon were elected to the NPL, and under experienced manager John King enjoyed a marvellous FA Cup run in 1986/87.  They beat Stockport and York before losing a Third Round replay to Barnsley.  King was to become Tranmere Rovers boss for several years.  However names such as Steve Craven and Austin Salmon retain a place in Caernarfon folklore.
  In 1995 Caernarfon returned to Welsh football and a place in the LoW, finishing sixth at the first attempt and in 1996-97 achieved fourth place which remains their best to date.
  Sadly for The Canaries they were relegated from the LoW in 1999-2000 following a dismal season under the control of Paul Rowlands and then Dixie McNeil.  However Caernarfon won the CA at the first attempt under the management of Adie Jones to reclaim their LoW status, and enhanced The Oval with a new stand and improved facilities.  However he was to depart, replaced by Wrexham based Steve O'Shaughnessy who in turn left during the summer of 2008.  A new Liverpool based regime was installed and Oval supporters will be interested in how they perform once the new season gets underway.
  Unhappily the end result was relegation and consequently Caernarfon find themselves back in the Cymru Alliance at the start of the 2009-10 season. From there the fall continued to the Welsh Alliance as some behind the scenes difficulties inevtiably had an impact on the field of play.
  With these seemingly resolved the club appointed Lee Dixon to the helm and in 2013 he secured promotion from the Welsh Alliance - as champions - and with it a welcome return to a very competitive looking Cymru Alliance. After a year of consolidation Caernarfon kicked off the 2015-16 season with a determination to win the league and return to the Welsh Premier.

 


  
Caernarfon Town Playing Record 1991-2016
 
Season
Competition
Pos
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
1
1990-91
NPL First Division 
14th
42
13
10
19
51
64
49
2
1991-92
NPL First Division
5th
42
23
9
10
78
47
78
3
1992-93
NPL First Division
16th
40
13
8
19
66
74
47
4
1993-94
NPL First Division
18th
40
9
11
20
54
88
38
5
1994-95
NPL First Division
14th
42
13
10
19
58
62
49
6
1995-96
League of Wales
6th
40
16
13
11
77
59
61
7
1996-97
League of Wales
4th
40
23
9
8
81
58
78
8
1997-98
League of Wales
13th
38
12
7
19
57
66
43
9
1998-99
League of Wales
5th
32
13
11
8
45
46
50
10
1999-00
League of Wales
18th
34
1
8
25
21
81
11
11
2000-01
Cymru Alliance
1st
32
24
4
4
105
29
76
12
2001-02
League of Wales
11th
34
12
8
14
64
64
44
13
2002-03
Welsh Premier League
14th
34
8
10
16
43
53
34
14
2003-04
Welsh Premier League
9th
32
11
9
12
65
65
42
15
2004-05
Welsh Premier League
15th
34
7
7
20
29
72
28
16
2005-06
Welsh Premier League
13th
34
9
10
15
47
55
37
17
2006-07
Welsh Premier League
15th
32
6
8
18
41
73
26
18
2007-08
Welsh Premier League
13th
34
9
10
15
47
55
37
19
2008-09
Welsh Premier League 18th 34
5
8
21
32
73
20
20
2009-10
Huws Gray Cymru Alliance 16th
32
8
5
19
50
69
29
21
2010-11
Welsh Alliance 5th
30
13
4
13
58
59
43
22
2011-12
Welsh Alliance 4th
30
19
3
8
67
36
60
23
2012-13
Welsh Alliance
1st 28
21
3
4
91
30
66
24
2013-14
Huws Gray Cymru Alliance 3rd
30
18
8
4
79
33
62
25
2014-15
Huws Gray Cymru Alliance 2nd
30
20
6
4
82
25
66
26
2015-16
Huws Gray Cymru Alliance 1st 30
24
3
3
95
23
75

 
Manager:  Iwan Williams
  
  Iwan took over for his first managerial post following the departure of Lee Dixon during the summer of 2015.
  In recent years Iwan had operated in midfield for Caersws and Porthmadog whilst building up his coaching qualifications, he possesses the UEFA B Coaching License and is set to sit the A in the near future.
  He is ably assisted by the well respected Gareth Parry whose experience is invaluable to the club's ambitions. Although the club failed to secure promotion despite winning the league in 2015-16 Williams opted to stay in charge in a bid to repeat the feat.




    UPDATED DECEMBER 2016


Caernarfon Town
Player Pen Pictures 2016-17

GOALKEEPER
 Alex Ramsay
  A Llanfyllin based goalkeeper Alex came through the TNS academy system. He spent a profitable loan period in the Cymru Alliance with Caersws during the 2010-11 season and joined the TNS first team squad during the summer of 2011.
  Alex made 55 Welsh Premier appearances for Rhyl inbetween 2013-15 before stepping down to concentrate on his coaching duties with Swansea City. He joined Caernarfon in November 2016.
Dob
15
07
1993
DEFENCE
 Joe Williams
  A St Asaph born defender Joe joined Llandudno from local rivals Conwy Borough in January 2013. He switched to Caernarfon Town during the summer of 2015.
  Joe has also played for local Welsh Alliance side Glan Conwy.
Dob
17
02
1989
 Clive Williams
  An accomplished striker turned defender Clive Williams is a product of the Bangor City academy and reserve set up.
   He has represented North Wales youths and is a former Leeds United trialist.  Clive notched 34 goals for Felinheli in the Anglesey League and is rated as a very talented prospect by the club. Following his appearances in both 2009 and 2010 Clive is thought to be the youngest Bangor City player to have won two Welsh Cup winners medals, and may well be for any club in the history of the competition. 

 
Clive has also played for Porthmadog.
Dob
01
01
1991
 Chris Williams
   A talented left footer who represented Anglesey at the Island Games during the summer of 2009, Chris went on to play for Chester side which won promotion in 2010-11 before opting to join Porthmadog a few months later.
  Joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2013.
Dob
11
06
1988
 Gareth Edwards
  A tall, commanding centreback Gareth joined Cefn Druids from Cymru Alliance rivals Buckley Town, having previously played for Chester based Upton AAAs.
  Joined Caernarfon during the 2014-15 season.
Dob
20
07
1983
 Grahame Austin
  Talented left footer who joined Porthmadog from Llangefni during the summer of 2011.  Graham won Welsh Schoolboy honours, previously with Conwy United and Cemaes Bay, also registered with Bangor City on Welsh Premiership forms.
 
Joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2013.
Dob
04
09
1980
MIDFIELD
 Tom Quinn
  A youngster released by Crewe Alexandra at the end of the 2015-16 season who joined Bala Town.
  Tom is now on loan from Bala for the current season.
Dob
10
11
1997
 Rob Jones
  Attack minded midfielder Rob Jones rejoined Caernarfon in September 2016.
  Chester born Rob joined Connahs Quay from Castrol Social in January 2010 and scored three goals from thirty four starts for the Deeside club. Has also played for Bangor City.
  He is willing and able to run at and through defences to good effect and has a reputation as a free kick specialist.

Dob
23
06
1989
 Sam Ashworth
  A promising young midfielder Sam came through the Bangor City academy set up.
  Joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2016.
Dob
00
00
1900
 Kevin Roberts
  A skilful midfielder Kevin has also played for Bangor City, LlanfairPG, Bethesda Athletic, Porthmadog and Glantraeth.
Dob
29
12
1982
 Nathan Craig
  Arguably the outstanding footballer in the Cymru Alliance and one of the best in North Wales, left footer Nathan returned to his home town team after leaving Torquay United.
  He began his career with Everton and was a regular in the youth and reserve side which culminated in one first team outing in the UEFA Europa League against BATE Borisov in 2009. Nathan returned to play for Caernarfon in the Welsh Alliance before moving to Torquay where he made fifty first team appearances and half a dozen on loan at Dorchester.
  He has been capped by Wales at Under 17, 19 and 21 level.
Dob
25
10
1991
FORWARDS
 Darren Thomas
  Diminutive, pacey and skilful winger local boy Darren rejoined The Canaries after four months in the Welsh Premier with Aberystwyth Town.
  Darren has also played for Llangefni and Porthmadog, scoring two Welsh Premier hatricks for the Anglesey club and quickly accumalating 13 goals from 31 Welsh Premier appearances.
Dob
20
01
1987
 Danny Brookwell
  A striker with a reputation for scoring goals in local football, Danny has previously played for Anglesey sides Llanfair PG and Glantraeth.
Dob
09
03
1900
 Corey Williams
  A winger who was with Hereford United for two years, Corey joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2016.
  He has also played for Chester, Rhyl and Colwyn Bay.
Dob
26
09
1995
 Kevin Lloyd
  Former Caernarfon favourite Kevin rejoined The Canaries from Llanrug in October 2015.
  Bangor born Kevin scored nine goals from 50 Welsh Premier appearances for Caernarfon, Llangefni and Bangor City between 2005-09.
Dob
14
08
1989
 Jamie Breese
  A pacey goalscoring forward Jamie joined Caernarfon from Mid Wales side Llanidloes during the summer of 2015.
  He has Welsh Premier experience with Newtown.
Dob
10
01
1992

14/16




Caernarfon Town
Player Pen Pictures 2015-16

GOALKEEPER
 Paul Pritchard
  An small but acrobatic goalkeeper Paul is renowned as an excellent shot stopper.
  Paul has Cymru Alliance experience with Glantraeth, LlanfairPG, Llangefni and Holyhead Hotspurs.
  In the Welsh Premier he totted up a hundred appearances over several seasons with Caernarfon, Connahs Quay and Rhyl.
Dob
26
05
1984
DEFENCE
 Joe Williams
  A St Asaph born defender Joe joined Llandudno from local rivals Conwy Borough in January 2013. He switched to Caernarfon Town during the summer of 2015.
  Joe has also played for local Welsh Alliance side Glan Conwy.
Dob
17
02
1989
 Clive Williams
  An accomplished striker turned defender Clive Williams is a product of the Bangor City academy and reserve set up.
   He has represented North Wales youths and is a former Leeds United trialist.  Clive notched 34 goals for Felinheli in the Anglesey League and is rated as a very talented prospect by the club. Following his appearances in both 2009 and 2010 Clive is thought to be the youngest Bangor City player to have won two Welsh Cup winners medals, and may well be for any club in the history of the competition. 

 
Clive has also played for Porthmadog.
Dob
01
01
1991
 Tommy Taylor
  A strong centrehalf Tommy joined Caernarfon in October 2015 after recovering from a serious leg injury.
  A former Shropshire schoolboy Tommy played for Pentraeth, Glantraeth and then Holyhead Hotspur.
Dob
06
02
1990
 Gareth Edwards
  A tall, commanding centreback Gareth joined Cefn Druids from Cymru Alliance rivals Buckley Town, having previously played for Chester based Upton AAAs.
  Joined Caernarfon during the 2014-15 season.
Dob
20
07
1983
 Graham Austin
  Talented left footer who joined Porthmadog from Llangefni during the summer of 2011.  Graham won Welsh Schoolboy honours, previously with Conwy United and Cemaes Bay, also registered with Bangor City on Welsh Premiership forms.
 
Joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2013.
Dob
04
09
1980
MIDFIELD
 Gareth Jones Evans
  A promising midfielder Gareth joined Caernarfon from Porthmadog.
  His previous clubs include Pwllheli.
Dob
02
07
1992
 Chris Williams
  A talented left footer who represented Anglesey at the Island Games during the summer of 2009, Chris went on to play for Chester side which won promotion in 2010-11 before opting to join Porthmadog a few months later.
  Joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2013.
Dob
11
06
1988
 James Bell
  Midfielder James was Caernarfon Players Player of The Year for 2012-13.
  A product of CPD Bethel youth system James is the brother of former Porthmadog midfielder Danny Bell.

Dob
11
04
1996
 Ellis Healing
  Ellis joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2015.
  Tricky winger Ellis joined Conwy during the summer of 2013 upon his release by Tranmere Rovers where he has played since the age of fifteen. Prior to this he spent eight years on the academy at Crewe Alexandra where he was a team mate of Nick Powell.
  Birkenhead born Ellis has also played for
Swedish side BK Sport Ellis and more recently Hyde United.
Dob
11
05
1994
 Kevin Roberts
  A skilful midfielder Kevin has also played for Bangor City, LlanfairPG, Bethesda Athletic, Porthmadog and Glantraeth.
Dob
29
12
1982
 Nathan Craig
  Arguably the outstanding footballer in the Cymru Alliance and one of the best in North Wales, left footer Nathan returned to his home town team after leaving Torquay United.
  He began his career with Everton and was a regular in the youth and reserve side which culminated in one first team outing in the UEFA Europa League against BATE Borisov in 2009. Nathan returned to play for Caernarfon in the Welsh Alliance before moving to Torquay where he made fifty first team appearances and half a dozen on loan at Dorchester.
  He has been capped by Wales at Under 17, 19 and 21 level.
Dob
25
10
1991
 James Thomas
  Winger James rejoined The Canaries after originally playing for the club during their Welsh Premier years.
  His previous clubs include Warrington Town and Vauxhall FC.
Dob
23
08
1985
FORWARDS
 Darren Thomas
  Diminutive, pacey and skilful winger local boy Darren rejoined The Canaries after four months in the Welsh Premier with Aberystwyth Town.
  Darren has also played for Llangefni and Porthmadog, scoring two Welsh Premier hatricks for the Anglesey club and quickly accumalating 13 goals from 31 Welsh Premier appearances.
Dob
20
01
1987
 Jay Gibbs
  A talented local youngster Jay came through the Holyhead youth system and attracted a move to Tranmere Rovers. In the 2011-12 season back with Hotspur he scored 26 goals in 27 matches but opted to switch to Glantraeth for the 2012-13 campaign.
  Quickly realised the error of his ways and rejoined The Harbourmen in September 2012 before moving to The Oval during the summer of 2014.
Dob
19
10
1992
 Jamie McDaid
  A goalscoring striker Jamie joined his home town team after a spell with Bangor City.
  An all action forward he had previously played for Porthmadog and Holyhead Hotspur. He has represented the Wales U18 Semi Professional side in Wexford, Ireland in February 2012 and scored a hatrick for Wales Colleges against England.

Dob
29
03
1994
 Kevin Lloyd
  Former Caernarfon favourite Kevin rejoined The Canaries from Llanrug in October 2015.
  Bangor born Kevin scored nine goals from 50 Welsh Premier appearances for Caernarfon, Llangefni and Bangor City between 2005-09.
Dob
14
08
1989
 Jamie Breese
  A pacey goalscoring forward Jamie joined Caernarfon from Mid Wales side Llanidloes during the summer of 2015.
  He has Welsh Premier experience with Newtown.
Dob
10
01
1992





Caernarfon Town
Player Pen Pictures 2014-15

GOALKEEPER
 Paul Pritchard
  An small but acrobatic goalkeeper Paul is renowned as an excellent shot stopper.
  Paul has Cymru Alliance experience with Glantraeth, LlanfairPG, Llangefni and Holyhead Hotspurs. In the Welsh Premier he totted up a hundred appearances over several seasons with Caernarfon, Connahs Quay and Rhyl.
Dob
26
05
1984
DEFENCE
 Steve Kehoe
  Steven has previously played for Llangefni Town and returned to Welsh football after experience in the USA with Rio Grande Redmen, Pittsburgh Riverhounds and Cincinnati Kings.
  Joined Caernarfon from Porthmadog during the summer of 2013.

Dob
09
01
1982
 Moses Barnett
  A Sierra Leone born leftback Moses played for both Arsenal and Everton as a youth team player before making a handful of appearances for Darlington in a brief loan spell in 2009.
  Moses made nine Welsh Premier appearances for Aberstwyth in 2011 before signing for Burscough in the Northern Premier League. Although born in Sierra Leone Moses has represented England at both Under 16 and 17 level.
Dob
03
12
1990
 Lee McArdle
  A former Everton youth defender Lee joined Caernarfon in July 2012.
  Whilst with The Toffees Lee represented Wales in the Victory Shield and scored in a rare win over Scotland, he also featured in the Wales U19 squad. After leaving Goodison at the same time as Caernarfon youngster Nathan Craig Liverpool born Lee played for Leicester and Northwich Vics.
Dob
00
00
1992
 Clive Williams
  An accomplished striker turned defender Clive Williams is a product of the Bangor City academy and reserve set up.
   He has represented North Wales youths and is a former Leeds United trialist.  Clive notched 34 goals for Felinheli in the Anglesey League and is rated as a very talented prospect by the club. Following his appearances in both 2009 and 2010 Clive is thought to be the youngest Bangor City player to have won two Welsh Cup winners medals, and may well be for any club in the history of the competition. 

 
Clive has also played for Porthmadog.
Dob
01
01
1991
 Dan Murphy
  A centreback who came through the youth system at Everton and was released after reachgin reserve level Dan then moved to play for Burscough in the Unibond League.
  Dan joined Caernarfon in October 2013.
Dob
24
10
1992
 Geraint Mitchell
  A locally based centreback or fullback Geraint has Welsh Premier experience with Llangefni Town and Porthmadog.
Dob
14
10
1985
 Graham Austin
  Talented left footer who joined Porthmadog from Llangefni during the summer of 2011.  Graham won Welsh Schoolboy honours, previously with Conwy United and Cemaes Bay, also registered with Bangor City on Welsh Premiership forms.
 
Joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2013.
Dob
04
09
1980
MIDFIELD
 Dion Donohue
  A product of the Bodedern youth system Dion has also played for Holyhead and Porthmadog.
  Dion represented Wales at College level and in the recent Wales v Republic of Ireland U18 semi-professional International held at The New Oval ground in Holyhead.
Dob
26
08
1993
 Chris Williams
  A talented left footer who represented Anglesey at the Island Games during the summer of 2009, Chris went on to play for Chester side which won promotion in 2010-11 before opting to join Porthmadog a few months later.
  Joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2013.
Dob
11
06
1988
 Darren Thomas
  Diminutive, pacey and skilful winger who previously played for Caernarfon in the Welsh Premier League.
  Darren has also played for Llangefni and Porthmadog, scoring two Welsh Premier hatricks for the Anglesey club and quickly accumalating 13 goals from 31 Welsh Premier appearances.
Dob
20
01
1987
 Matty Hurdman
  A Bangor born midfielder Matty joined The Ancients from his home "town" team in September 2010.  His career began on the Wrexham FC academy but after loan spells with Colwyn Bay and Prestatyn Town Matty was allowed to join Bangor, close to his Llanfairfechain home.
  Returned to The Druids in July 2013 after a year in Australia, moved to Caernarfon during the summer of 2013.
Dob
23
01
1991
 Kevin Roberts
  A skilful midfielder Kevin has also played for Bangor City, LlanfairPG, Bethesda Athletic, Porthmadog and Glantraeth.
Dob
29
12
1982
 Nathan Craig
  Arguably the outstanding footballer in the Cymru Alliance and one of the best in North Wales, left footer Nathan returned to his home town team after leaving Torquay United.
  He began his career with Everton and was a regular in the youth and reserve side which culminated in one first team outing in the UEFA Europa League against BATE Borisov in 2009. Nathan returned to play for Caernarfon in the Welsh Alliance before moving to Torquay where he made fifty first team appearances and half a dozen on loan at Dorchester.
  He has been capped by Wales at Under 17, 19 and 21 level.
Dob
25
10
1991
FORWARDS
 Jay Gibbs
  A talented local youngster Jay came through the Holyhead youth system and attracted a move to Tranmere Rovers. In the 2011-12 season back with Hotspur he scored 26 goals in 27 matches but opted to switch to Glantraeth for the 2012-13 campaign.
  Quickly realised the error of his ways and rejoined The Harbourmen in September 2012 before moving to The Oval during the summer of 2014.
Dob
19
10
1992
 Jamie McDaid
  A goalscoring striker Jamie joined his home town team after a spell with Bangor City.
  An all action forward he had previously played for Porthmadog and Holyhead Hotspur. He has represented the Wales U18 Semi Professional side in Wexford, Ireland in February 2012 and scored a hatrick for Wales Colleges against England.

Dob
29
03
1994
 Ywain Gwynedd
  An experienced goalscoring striker whose previous clubs include Blaenau Ffestioniog plus both Porthmadog and Llangefni in the Welsh Premier.
  Ywain scored five goals from 31 Welsh Premier starts plus a further 24 appearances off the bench.
Dob
11
11
1983
 Luke Powell Thomas
  Powerful Liverpool born striker Luke began his career with Everton but more recently Barrow, Aberystwyth Town, Cefn Druids and Burscough.
  Luke made half a dozen Welsh Premier appearances for Aberystwyth in the 2010-11 season.
Dob
02
11
1990






Caernarfon Town
Player Pen Pictures 2013-14

GOALKEEPER
 Paul Pritchard
  An small but acrobatic goalkeeper Paul is renowned as an excellent shot stopper.
  Paul has Cymru Alliance experience with Glantraeth, LlanfairPG, Llangefni and Holyhead Hotspurs. In the Welsh Premier he totted up a hundred appearances over several seasons with Caernarfon, Connahs Quay and Rhyl.
Dob
26
05
1984
DEFENCE
 Steve Kehoe
  Steven has previously played for Llangefni Town and returned to Welsh football after experience in the USA with Rio Grande Redmen, Pittsburgh Riverhounds and Cincinnati Kings.
  Joined Caernarfon from Porthmadog during the summer of 2013.

Dob
09
01
1982
 Moses Barnett
  A Sierra Leone born leftback Moses played for both Arsenal and Everton as a youth team player before making a handful of appearances for Darlington in a brief loan spell in 2009.
  Moses made nine Welsh Premier appearances for Aberstwyth in 2011 before signing for Burscough in the Northern Premier League. Although born in Sierra Leone Moses has represented England at both Under 16 and 17 level.
Dob
03
12
1990
 Lee McArdle
  A former Everton youth defender Lee joined Caernarfon in July 2012.
  Whilst with The Toffees Lee represented Wales in the Victory Shield and scored in a rare win over Scotland, he also featured in the Wales U19 squad. After leaving Goodison at the same time as Caernarfon youngster Nathan Craig Liverpool born Lee played for Leicester and Northwich Vics.
Dob
00
00
1992
 Clive Williams
  An accomplished striker turned defender Clive Williams is a product of the Bangor City academy and reserve set up.
   He has represented North Wales youths and is a former Leeds United trialist.  Clive notched 34 goals for Felinheli in the Anglesey League and is rated as a very talented prospect by the club. Following his appearances in both 2009 and 2010 Clive is thought to be the youngest Bangor City player to have won two Welsh Cup winners medals, and may well be for any club in the history of the competition. 

 
Clive has also played for Porthmadog.
Dob
01
01
1991
 Gerwyn Jones
  A former Tranmere Rovers youth and reserve team centreback Gerwyn recently returned to his native North Wales after five years playing in the USA with DC United.
  Gerwyn was capped by Wales at Under 17 level and joined The Canaries in October 2013.
Dob
18
01
1991
 Dan Murphy
  A centreback who came through the youth system at Everton and was released after reachgin reserve level Dan then moved to play for Burscough in the Unibond League.
  Dan joined Caernarfon in October 2013.
Dob
24
10
1992
 Geraint Mitchell
  A locally based centreback or fullback Geraint has Welsh Premier experience with Llangefni Town and Porthmadog.
Dob
14
10
1985
 Graham Austin
  Talented left footer who joined Porthmadog from Llangefni during the summer of 2011.  Graham won Welsh Schoolboy honours, previously with Conwy United and Cemaes Bay, also registered with Bangor City on Welsh Premiership forms.
 
Joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2013.
Dob
04
09
1980
MIDFIELD
 Dion Donohue
  A product of the Bodedern youth system Dion has also played for Holyhead and Porthmadog.
  Dion represented Wales at College level and in the recent Wales v Republic of Ireland U18 semi-professional International held at The New Oval ground in Holyhead.
Dob
26
08
1993
 Chris Williams
  A talented left footer who represented Anglesey at the Island Games during the summer of 2009, Chris went on to play for Chester side which won promotion in 2010-11 before opting to join Porthmadog a few months later.
  Joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2013.
Dob
11
06
1988
 Darren Thomas
  Diminutive, pacey and skilful winger who previously played for Caernarfon in the Welsh Premier League.
  Darren has also played for Llangefni and Porthmadog, scoring two Welsh Premier hatricks for the Anglesey club and quickly accumalating 13 goals from 31 Welsh Premier appearances.
Dob
20
01
1987
 James Bell
  Midfielder James was Caernarfon Players Player of The Year for 2012-13.
  A product of CPD Bethel youth system James is the brother of Porthmadog midfielder Danny Bell.
Dob
11
04
1996
 Kevin Roberts
  A skilful midfielder Kevin has also played for Bangor City, LlanfairPG, Bethesda Athletic, Porthmadog and Glantraeth.
Dob
29
12
1982
FORWARDS
 Cai Jones
  A promising hard working young striker Pwllheli born Cai previously played for local rivals Porthmadog where he gained some Welsh Premier experience.
Dob
03
09
1992
 Leigh Craven
    A Bangor born striker Leigh made a handful of Welsh Premier appearances for Airbus and Llangefni. His career began on schoolboy forms with Manchester United, and has since played for LA Legends in the USA and more locally Llandudno Town.
Dob
08
09
1987
 Ywain Gwynedd
  An experienced goalscoring striker whose previous clubs include Blaenau Ffestioniog plus both Porthmadog and Llangefni in the Welsh Premier.
  Ywain scored five goals from 31 Welsh Premier starts plus a further 24 appearances off the bench.
Dob
11
11
1983
 Luke Powell Thomas
  Powerful Liverpool born striker Luke began his career with Everton but more recently Barrow, Aberystwyth Town, Cefn Druids and Burscough.
  Luke made half a dozen Welsh Premier appearances for Aberystwyth in the 2010-11 season.
Dob
02
11
1990






Caernarfon Town Pen Pictures 2009-10 (Under Geraint Williams)
Dave Stufhelder
Goalkeeper whose previous clubs include Porthmadog.
Mark Jat
An experienced goalkeeper, Neil has also played as an outfield player for local junior clubs Llanrug United and Llanberis. He is the brother of midfielder Neil Jat.
Hefin Daniels
A promising young defender, Hefin joined Caernarfon from Llanberis in March 2010.
(Dob:  10-11-1989)
Gavin David Owen
Defender signed from local rivals Caernarfon Borough in March 2010.
(Dob:  10-01-1982)
Eifion Jones
A former Liverpool FC apprentice Bangor born Eifion Jones followed in his father Hywyn's footsteps when he signed for Bangor from Blackpool in July 2002.  Llanrug based Eifion is a towering centre half but typical of his footballing background is composed on the ball and dangerous in attacking set plays.  Gained English Football League experience under manager Steve McMahon at Bloomfield Road and moved to Porthmadog from Caernarfon in September 2008, returning to The Oval twelve months later..  A Welsh Under 21 International.
(Dob:  28-09-1980)
Jon Peris Jones
Promising utitlity player whose father Gwyn Peris Jones won an NPL Championship medal in 1982 with Bangor City.  Jon has also played for Nefyn and Bangor University and joined Caernarfon in October 2009 from Cymru Alliance rivals Llangefni Town.  He also spent several seasons at Porthmadog and totted up 26 Welsh Premier appearances, including 18 from the substitutes bench.
(Dob:  04-11-1986)
Neil Jatt
An experienced midfielder, Neil rejoined Caernarfon from local rivals Caernarfon Borough in March 2010, having previously played for The Canaries in the Welsh Premier ten years earlier.
(Dob:  01-09-1977)
Neil Roberts
Midfielder signed from local rivals Caernarfon Borough in March 2010.
(Dob:  14-04-1978)
Chris Parry
Creative midfielder who rejoined The Canaries from Pwllheli in March 2010. Chris has Welsh Premier experience with Porthmadog.
(Dob:  27-10-1984)
Karl Roberts
Midfielder signed from local village side Bethel in March 2010.
(Dob:  4-12-1982)
Darren Phillips
Midfielder signed from local village side Bethel in March 2010.
(Dob:  27-02-1984)
Kevin Lloyd Jones
Kevin joined Caernarfon from local rivals Caernarfon Borough in March 2010.
(Dob:  12-03-1987)
James Evans
Young striker who joined Caernarfon upon his release from Chester City.
John Rowley
Bangor born but Bontnewydd based striker who played for Llanberis before joining Llangefni in the Cymru Alliance. Has earned a reputation as a consistent goalscorer in his short time in the CA.  Signed Welsh Premiership forms for Caernarfon in December 2005 and moved to Porthmadog in July 2008. John previously played for Llanberis.  Has appeared - and started - in the Welsh Premiership as a goalkeeper during the 2007-08 season. Rejoined The Canaries in August 2009 from Porthmadog.
(Dob:  17-05-1981)

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Mike Platt
A towering young goalkeeper who joined Caernarfon from Welsh National League side Llay Welfare in December 2009.  Better known as "Plank" he has also played for Gresford Athletic, both in goal and in central defence.
(Dob:  19-12-1987)
Sean Dodd
Dependable defender signed from CA rivals Lex X1 during November of 2009, Sean has was a Welsh National League title winner with Brymbo and has also played for Buckley Town.
(Dob:  28-08-1985)
Caerwyn Roberts
Composed left footer who has Welsh Premiership experience with Caernarfon Town where he made 16 League appearances, largely at fullback,  in the 2004-05 season.  Initially joined The Canaries from Bethel, but this time around arrived from Llangefni.
(Dob:  08-03-1982)
Paul Connelly
A tall powerful centre half, Paul joined Caernarfon from CA rivals Buckley in November 2009.  He began his career at Chester City and moved to Airbus in September 2009.  Since which time Paul has played for Bala Town in the CA as well as Mynydd Isa.
(Dob:  28-04-1984)
Eifion Jones
A former Liverpool FC apprentice Bangor born Eifion Jones followed in his father Hywyn's footsteps when he signed for Bangor from Blackpool in July 2002.  Llanrug based Eifion is a towering centre half but typical of his footballing background is composed on the ball and dangerous in attacking set plays.  Gained English Football League experience under manager Steve McMahon at Bloomfield Road and moved to Porthmadog from Caernarfon in September 2008, returning to The Oval twelve months later..  A Welsh Under 21 International.
(Dob:  28-09-1980)
Jon Peris Jones
Promising utitlity player whose father Gwyn Peris Jones won an NPL Championship medal in 1982 with Bangor City.  Jon has also played for Nefyn and Bangor University and joined Caernarfon in October 2009 from Cymru Alliance rivals Llangefni Town.  He also spent several seasons at Porthmadog and totted up 26 Welsh Premier appearances, including 18 from the substitutes bench.
(Dob:  04-11-1986)
Joe Kennedy
A dominant centreback, Joe joined Caernarfon from Welsh Premier side Bala Town in January 2010. He began his career with Liverpool FC where he was a regular member of the Youth and Reserve sides.
(Dob:  24-11-1990)
Mike Latham
A midfielder previously with Gresford, Mike joined Caernarfon from CA rivals Llangollen Town in December 2009.  Mike made a handful of Welsh Premier appearances for Cefn Druids during the 2008-09 season and has also played for Lex X1.
(Dob:  22-03-1990)
John Kennedy
An attack minded winger John joined Caernarfon in January 2010,
Ben Collins
Promising midfielder who joined Ruthin from Chester area side Upton in January 2008, moving to The Oval in November 2009.
(Dob:  13-06-1988)
Mitchell Booth
A creative midfielder, St Asaph born Mitchell joined Buckley from Rhyl during the January 2008 transfer window.  Signed for Caernarfon during the summer of 2009.  As a youngster Mitchell, who was associated with both Manchester United and Derby County, has represented Wales at both Under 17 and Under 19 level.
(Dob:  15-03-1988)
Dylan Owen
  
  
  
A highly rated midfielder initially signed from Wrexham FC in December 2003, Dylan returned to The Oval durng the summer of 2009 after a spell with Llangefni.  His father Ken Owen also played for the club.  
(Dob:  02-01-1985)
Nathan Pugh
Midfielder Nathan joined Caernarfon from Cymru Alliance rivals Gresford Athletic in January 2010. A skilful midfielder Nathan is the latest product of the prolific Gresford youth system.
(Dob:  24-10-1989)
Mark Roberts
A goalscoring striker who joined the club from Buckley Town, having previously played for Denbigh Town and Llandyrnog United.
Gary Penlington
A striker with a proven track record in the Cymru Alliance, Gary joined The Canaries in January 2010 despite the best efforts of former manager Wayne Phillips to prevent his move from Cefn Druids.  To overcome this obstacle Gary joined Lex X1 for a nominal time.  He is best known for his goalscoring exploits at Lex and Bala Town.
(Dob:  19-08-1977)
John Rowley
Bangor born but Bontnewydd based striker who played for Llanberis before joining Llangefni in the Cymru Alliance. Has earned a reputation as a consistent goalscorer in his short time in the CA.  Signed Welsh Premiership forms for Caernarfon in December 2005 and moved to Porthmadog in July 2008. John previously played for Llanberis.  Has appeared - and started - in the Welsh Premiership as a goalkeeper during the 2007-08 season. Rejoined The Canaries in August 2009 from Porthmadog.
(Dob:  17-05-1981)

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Craig Dunn
Liverpool born goalkeeper signed from Bootle FC during the summer of 2008.
(Dob:  07-02-1989)
Lee Guinion
Agile goalkeeper who has impressed despite the town's troubles this season, Lee joined The Canaries from Formby during the summer of 2008.
(Dob:  24-03-1979)
Michael Jago Former Vauxhall FC goalkeeper who signed for the Canaries in time to make his debut against Bangor City on New Year's Day 2008.  Michael has previously played for the army.
(Dob:  09-08-1984)
Mark Dermott
A former Formby fullback, Mark joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2008.
(Dob:  31-08-1987)
Andrew Jackson
A Liverpool born defender Andrew joined Caernarfon from WP rivals Cefn Druids in September 2008.  His previous clubs include Burscough and Southport.  Andrew is a cousin of team mate Michael.
(Dob:  04-09-1985)
Michael Jackson
A Welsh Premier championship winner with TNS, centreback Michael signed for Caernarfon after a spell in Iceland with Prottr FC.  He has also played for Rhyl, Welshpool Town and Southport. Michael is a cousin of team mate Andrew.
(Dob:  14-12-1979)
Dave Ridler
A hugely experienced centreback, Dave signed for Caernarfon in September 2008 from Conference North side Leigh Genesis.  Dave made close to 300 English Football League appearances with Wrexham, Shrewsbury, Macclesfield and Scarborough.
(Dob: 12-03-1976)
Khyle Sampson
   
   
A powerfully built Liverpool born midfielder, Khyle's previous clubs include Vauxhall FC from whom he joined The Canaries during the summer of 2007.
(Dob: 26-10-1984)
Steve Johnson
     
Former Prescot Cables and Burscough midfielder signed during the summer of 2008.
(Dob:  03-09-1987)
Tom Grice
Promising young midfielder who has represented England Schoolboys, joined The Canaries during the summer of 2008. Tom has previously played for Burscough.
(Dob:  02-02-1990)
Ian Dawes
     
Former Kidsgrove Athletic and Marine midfielder who joined the club during the summer of 2008.
(Dob:  16-03-1984)
Jon Humphries
A Liverpool born striker, Jon joined Caernarfon during the summer of 2008, from Halewood Town.
(Dob:  26-11-1981)
Ged Courtney
An experienced striker who first came into the Welsh Premier with Connahs Quay, Ged joined Caernarfon during the January 2009 transfer window. His previous clubs include Runcorn, Marine, Stalybridge Celtic, Leigh RMI and Accrington Stanley.
(Dob:  24-06-1977)
Ashley Ruane A Liverpool based striker, Ashley joined The Canaries from Merseyside Police during the January 2009 transfer window.
(Dob:  25-06-1985)
James Thomas
Winger James is in his third season with The Canaries, although this was interrupted by a short spell with Warrington Town.  His previous clubs include Vauxhall FC.
(Dob:  23-08-1985)

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Craig Vernon
Teenage goalkeeper who joined Caernarfon Town during the summer of 2007 having previously played for Chester City youths.
(Dob:  07-02-1989)
Michael Jago
Former Vauxhall FC goalkeeper who signed for the Canaries in time to make his debut against Bangor City on New Year's Day 2008.  Michael has previously played for the army.
(Dob:  09-08-1984)
Michael Jones
Liverpool born defender who signed during the summer of 2007, Michael has previously played for St Dominics.  Michael is the brother of Canaries striker Bobby Jones.
(Dob:  30-01-1987)
Phil Clarke
Promising young fullback who joined The Canaries from Vauxhall Motors in January 2008.
(Dob:  20-10-1988)
Phil Doran
Liverpool born Phil is a former Blackpool youth team player. A promising teenage left back Phil, joined Caernarfon after a trial periods with Wrexham FC and Barrow.
(Dob:  30-11-1988)
Mark Harris
A Liverpool born defender, Mark is a former Wrexham FC youngster who joined The Canaries in January 2007.  Mark has also played for Liverpool youth sides.
(Dob:  05-12-1986)
Lee Bamber
Experienced , vocal defender whose previous clubs include Maghull FC of the West Cheshrie League, now in his second season at The Oval.
(Dob: 18-01-1973)
Eddie Whelan
A towering young centreback Eddie joined Caernarfon from Rossendale in time to make his WP debut in the New Year's Day visit of Bangor City.
(Dob: 07-08-1975)
Eifion Jones
A former Liverpool FC apprentice Bangor born Eifion Jones followed in his father Hywyn's footsteps when he signed for Bangor from Blackpool in July 2002.  Eifion is a towering centre half but typical of his footballing background is composed on the ball and dangerous in attacking set plays.  Gained English Football League experience under manager Steve McMahon at Bloomfield Road and moved to The Oval from Farrar Road in October 2005.  A Welsh Under 21 International.
(Dob:  28-09-1980)
Luke Carding
   
Young midfielder who joined Caernarfon upon his release by Wrexham FC during the summer of 2007.
(Dob: 14-12-1990)
Khyle Sampson
   
   
A powerfully built Liverpool born midfielder, Khyle's previous clubs include Vauxhall FC from whom he joined The Canaries during the summer of 2007.
(Dob: 26-10-1984)
James Thomas
   
   
A Liverpool born left footed midfielder whose previous clubs include Vauxhall FC from whom he joined The Canaries in January 2007. James made a solitary Conference appearance for The Motormen.
(Dob: 23-08-1985)
Kevin McGarry
Midfielder Kevin came through the youth system at Preston North End and played for Tranmere Rovers reserves before joining Caernarfon in September 2007.
(Dob:  07-11-1989)
Kieran Quinn
     
     
Liverpool born midfielder or fullback who was on the Wrexham FC academy before joining Caernarfon Town during the summer of 2006.
(Dob: 01-09-1980)
Timothy Ojapah
Liverpool based midfielder signed from Vauxhall Motors during the summer of 2007 older brother of Dave.
(Dob: 18-12-1985)  
Dave Ojapah
Liverpool based midfielder who joined the club from Marine in August 2007, the younger brother of Timothy.
(Dob: 07-10-1983)  
Peter Doran
Liverpool based midfielder Peter, twin brother of defender Phil, joined the club during the January 2008 transfer window.  His previous include Leigh RMI, Worcester City and Walsall.
(Dob:  30-11-1988)
Dave Mather
A former Skemersdale striker, Dave joined Caernarfon from Formby in January 2008.
(Dob:  28-08-1988)
Layton Maxwell
Layton began his career as an academy player at Liverpool FC and signed professional forms in July 1999,  scoring on his only first team appearance against Hull City in the Worthington Cup two months later.  A first team shirt at Anfield proved elusive and the St Asaph born schemer moved to Cardiff in July 2001 after a season long loan spell at Stockport County.  Leyton made a total of 38 League appearances for Cardiff before playing once for Swansea City and then Mansfield.  His English League record shows 58 appearances plus another 15 in various cups, scoring 3 League goals plus one in the cup matches.  He has played WP matches for Barry, Rhyl, Carmarthen and Bangor City.
A Welsh Under 21 International (14 caps)
(Dob: 03-10-1979)
Bobby Jones
A Liverpool based striker, Bobby signed for Caernarfon during the summer of 2007 after playing for St Dominics.  The most famous old boy of this Liverpool County side is Lee Trundle. Bobby is the brother of Canaries defender Michael Jones.
(Dob: 19-07-1984)
Paul Addo
A Liverpool based striker, Paul signed for Caernarfon from Vauxhall FC in February 2007.  Paul has also played for Liverpool based Kingsley United at youth level and for Southport FC reserves.
(Dob:  21-03-1985)
John Rowley
Bangor born but Bontnewydd based striker who played for Llanberis before joining Llangefni in the Cymru Alliance. Has earned a reputation as a consistent goalscorer in his short time in the CA.  Signed Welsh Premiership forms for Caernarfon in December 2005, John previously played for Llanberis.
Has appeared - and started - in the Welsh Premiership as a goalkeeper during the 2007-08 season.
(Dob:  17-05-1981)

Dean Buckley
A former Chester City youth team striker, Dean joined The Canaries in January 2008.
(Dob:  31-07-1985)

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Paul Pritchard
Bangor born goalkeeper who wa sdrafted into The Canaries line up at the start of the 2005 season.  Paul has Cymru Alliance experience with Holyhead Hotspur, Glnatraeth and Llanfair PG.
(Dob:   26-05-1984)
Ben Heald
Goalkeeper signed from LlanfairPG where he progressed from the club's reserves.  Ben has represented Anglesey in the Island games and remains on Cymru Alliance forms with his "old" club.
(Dob:  30-12-1982)
Ian Owen
Competitive little defender who has impressed at right back for The Canaries this season.  Bangor born Ian has previously played for Anglesey rivals LlanfairPG and Llangefni in the Cymru Alliance.
(Dob:  12-12-1987)
Mark Harris
Former Wrexham FC youngster who joined The Canaries in January 2007, Mark has also played for Liverpool youth sides.
(Dob:  05-12-1986)
Mark Evans

     
Powerful Chester born and former Wrexham FC defender who has Unibond experience with North Wales coast rivalsColwyn Bay.
(Dob:  16-089-1982)
Ritchie Owen
Composed left footer who gained Welsh Premiership experience with Bangor City before enjoying a lengthy spell with Porthmadog.  Bangor born Ritchie, who moved to The Oval in March 2006, has also played for Glantraeth and Cemaes Bay.
(Dob: 01-09-1980)
Lee Bamber
Experienced defender whose previous clubs include Maghull FC.
(Dob: 18-01-1973)
James Glendenning
Tall centreback who signed from Vauxhall FC in February 2007.  James has played for a host of clubs including Droylsden, Altrincham, St Helens and Kendall Town.  More locally he has also appeared for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond First Division.
(Dob: 14-11-1978)
Eifion Jones
A former Liverpool FC apprentice Bangor born Eifion Jones followed in his father Hywyn's footsteps when he signed for Bangor from Blackpool in July 2002.  Eifion is a towering centre half but typical of his footballing background is composed on the ball and dangerous in attacking set plays.  Gained English Football League experience under manager Steve McMahon at Bloomfield Road and moved to The Oval from Farrar Road in October 2005.  A Welsh Under 21 International.
(Dob:  28-09-1980)
Tommy Harrison
     
     
A tall left footed defender who joined The Canaries from Connahs Quay Nomads in December 2006. Liverpool born Tommy's previous clubs include Bangor City, Denbigh Town and Allerton.
(Dob:  20-08-1982)
Jon Newell
     
     
Brave and wholehearted defender who joined Caernarfon from local rivals Bangor City in November 2006.  Jon previously played for Welsh Alliance side Llanrug United.
(Dob:  09-04-1980)
Chris Jones
   
   
Former Leeds United youngster who has also played for Bournemouth, Limerick and most recently coast rivals Colwyn Bay.  A Welsh Under 19 and 20 International, Chris can play in midfield or attack.
(Dob: 09-10-1985)
Kieran Quinn
     
     
Liverpool born midfielder or fullback who was on the Wrexham FC academy before joining Caernarfon Town during the summer of 2006.
(Dob: 01-09-1980)
Mark Thomas
Hard working midfielder who made 15 Welsh Premiership appearances for Bangor City, joined The Town from Cymru Alliance side Glantraeth shortly after the arrival of new manager Steve O'Shaughnessy.
Bangor born Mark has also played for Rhayader Town and Cemaes Bay.

(Dob: 21-10-1978)
Layton Maxwell
Leyton began his career as an academy player at Liverpool FC and signed professional forms in July 1999,  scoring on his only first team appearance against Hull City in the Worthington Cup two months later.  A first team shirt at Anfield proved elusive and the St Asaph born schemer moved to Cardiff in July 2001 after a season long loan spell at Stockport County.  Leyton made a total of 38 League appearances for Cardiff before playing once for Swansea City and then Mansfield.  His English League record shows 58 appearances plus another 15 in various cups, scoring 3 League goals plus one in the cup matches.  He has played WP matches for Barry, Rhyl, Carmarthen and Bangor City.
A Welsh Under 21 International (14 caps)
(Dob: 03-10-1979)
Gerard Maloney
     
Liverpool born midfielder who joined the club from Runcorn Halton during the 2005-06 season.
(Dob: 22-05-1980)
Craig Roberts
Pacey striker who joined Caernarfon from Glantraeth during the 2005-06 season.  Craig has Welsh Premier experience with his "home town" side Bangor City.
(Dob: 13-07-1983)
Darren Wright
Former Chester City and Droylsden striker who joined Caernarfon following the appointment of new manager Steve O'Shaughnessy in Novevember 2006.  Darren has a reputation as a consistent goalscorer and will hope to build on that following his move from coast rivals Colwyn Bay.
(Dob:  07-09-1979)
Paul Addo
A Liverpool based striker, Paul signed for Caernarfon from Vauxhall FC in February 2007.  Paul has also played for Liverpool based Kingsley United at youth level and for Southport FC reserves.
(Dob:  21-03-1985)
John Rowley
Bangor born but Bontnewydd based striker who played for Llanberis before joining Llangefni in the Cymru Alliance. Has earned a reputation as a consistent goalscorer in his short time in the CA.  Signed Welsh Premiership forms for Caernarfon in December 2005, John previously played for Llanberis.
(Dob:  17-05-1981)


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Paul Pritchard
Locally based goalkeeper who wa sdrafted into The Canaries line up at the start of the 2005 season.  Paul has Cymru Alliance experience with Holyhead Hotspur, Glnatraeth and Llanfair PG.
(Dob:   26-05-1984)
Mark Evans
 
Powerful Chester born and former Wrexham FC defender who has Unibond experience with Colwyn Bay.
(Dob:  16-089-1982)
Kevin Scott
Wrexham based left footer who first came to prominence as a goal scoring striker with Chirk AAA and Oswestry Town.  Has WP experience with Caersws and Cefn Druids for whom he re-signed from Bangor City in December 2005 after a period out through injury.  Moved to The Oval in February 2006.
(Dob:  12-07-1977)
Ritchie Owen
Composed left footer who gained Welsh Premiership experience with Bangor City before enjoying a lengthy spell with Porthmadog.  Moved to The Oval in March 2006.
(Dob: 01-09-1980)
Craig Hogg
Former Everton apprentice who has defensive appearances for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond League and briefly in the Cymru Alliance with Llangefni Town.  Signed from Rhyl in August 2004.
(Dob:  08-10-1981)
Eifion Jones
A former Liverpool FC apprentice Bangor born Eifion Jones followed in his father Hywyn's footsteps when he signed for Bangor from Blackpool in July 2002.  Eifion is a towering centre half but typical of his footballing background is composed on the ball and dangerous in attacking set plays.  Gained English Football League experience under manager Steve McMahon at Bloomfield Road and moved to The Oval from Farrar Road in October 2005.  A Welsh Under 21 International.
(Dob:  28-09-1980)
Jim McNulty
 
 
Promising young defender signed upon his release by Wrexham FC.  Made a handful of Welsh Premiership appearances for Bangor City during a loan spell last season.
(Dob:  13-02-1985)
Dan Pyrs
       
Promising local teenager who has impressed in midfield.  A member of the Wales Schools Unders 18s.
(Dob:  21-10-1984)
Jason Joyce
     
Experienced defender who has returned to The Oval after a break from football.
(Dob:  10-01-1977)
Craig Garside
     

 
Former Everton FC apprentice who joined Airbus from Bangor City in March 2005, moving to The Oval during the summer of 2005.  Craig has captained Wales at Under15, 16 and 19 and gained an excellent reputation at those levels.
(Dob:  11-05-1985)
Robbie Williams
Much travelled midfielder whose previous Welsh Premiership clubs include Conwy United, Bangor City and most recently Rhyl.
(Dob:  11-02-1978)
Wayne Phillips
Vastly experienced defender who made 267 English Football League appearances, 22 for Stockport County and the remainder for Wrexham FC.  A Wales B International.
(Dob:  15-12-1970)
Ian Pleming
   
     
Promising young midfielder or striker who has been scoring goals in the reserve side and for local junior club Bontnewydd.
(Dob:  25-01-1986)
Luke Campbell
       
       
Stylish left footed midfielder whose career began at Wrexham FC before moving into Welsh Premier football with Caernarfon Town.  Has Cymru Alliance experience with Llandudno.
(Dob:  10-12-1982)
Marcus Orlik
Llanberis based midfielder who joined Caernarfon after half a season in the Unibond League with Colwyn Bay whom he joined upon his release by Sheffield Wednesday.
(Dob:  11-12-1985)
Dylan Owen
     
 
Highly rated young striker signed from Wrexham FC in December 2003 whose father Ken Owen also played for the club.  
(Dob:  02-01-1985)
Iwan Price
       
Promising young striker.
(Dob:  09-03-1985)

Darren Thomas
Promising young right winger signed from Llangefni in December 2005.
(Dob:  20-01-1987)
Lee Jones
       
       

Experienced striker who scored 50 goals in 229 games for a number of English League clubs including Wrexham, Liverpool, Crewe, Tranmere Rovers and Barnsley.  Joined Caernarfon in the summer of 2004.
Won 2 Full Welsh Caps along with B, U21 and Youth honours.
(Dob:  29-05-1973)
Steve Watkin
 
 
 
Vastly experienced striker with over 400 English Football League appearances for two Welsh clubs, Wrexham and Swansea City.  Scorer of some famous FA Cup goals who signed for Caernarfon in December 2003.
(Dob:  16-07-1971)
Carl Furlong
Well travelled former Altrincham striker signed by Caernarfon Town in January 2006, previous clubs include Rhyl, TNS, Colwyn Bay as well as Droylsden, Cammell Laird and Runcorn.
(Dob:  18-10-1976)
John Rowley
Bontnewydd based striker who played for Llanberis before joining Llangefni in the Cymru Alliance. Has earned a reputation as a consistent goalscorer in his short time in the CA.  Signed Welsh Premiership forms for Caernarfon in December 2005.
(Dob:  17-05-1981)

Aaron Thomas
Much travelled striker who has WP experience for Bangor City and Rhyl, plus Unibond matches for Colwyn Bay.  Son of former Wales winger Mickey Thomas.
(Dob:  11-04-1980)

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David Walsh
 
Former Wrexham FC goalkeeper who has Welsh Premiership experience with Connahs Quay Nomads.
(Dob:  29-04-1979)
Mark Evans
 
Chester born former Wrexham FC defender who has Unibond experience with Colwyn Bay.
(Dob:  16-089-1982)
Craig Hogg
Former Everton apprentice who has defensive appearances for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond League and briefly in the Cymru Alliance with Llangefni Town.  Signed from Rhyl in August 2004.
(Dob:  08-10-1981)
Dan March
 
Tall  young central defender signed from Aberystwyth Town in November 2004, previously on the Shrewsbury Town FC Academy.
(Dob:  20-04-1985)
Jim McNulty
 
 
Promising young defender signed upon his release by Wrexham FC.  Made a handful of Welsh Premiership appearances for Bangor City during a loan spell last season.
(Dob:  13-02-1985)
Mark Hobson
 
 
Tall defender who was spotted playing junior football in the Chester area by then Oswestry Town manager Dave Norman.  Has WP experience with Oswestry.
(Dob:  08-09-1974)
Simon Kay
   
Promising young defender.
(Dob:  15-09-1984)
Dan Pyrs
       
Promising local teenager who has impressed in midfield.  A member of the Wales Schools Unders 18s.
(Dob:  21-10-1984)
Jason Joyce
     
Experienced defender who has returned to The Oval after a break from football.
(Dob:  10-01-1977)
Matthew Dabbs
 
Promising defender signed from Cefn Druids during the summer of 2004, a former Wrexham junior.
(Dob:  07-11-1983)
Osian Jones
       
Promising winger signed from Cefn Druids during the summer of 2004, a former Wrexham junior.
(Dob:  15-10-1984)
Robbie Williams
Much travelled midfielder whose previous Welsh Premiership clubs include Conwy United, Bangor City and most recently Rhyl.
(Dob:  11-02-1978)
Wayne Phillips
Vastly experienced defender who made 267 English Football League appearances, 22 for Stockport County and the remainder for Wrexham FC.  A Wales B International.
(Dob:  15-12-1970)
Ian Pleming
     
Promising young midfielder or striker who has been scoring goals in the reserve side.
(Dob:  25-01-1986)
Martin Chalk
 
 
Midfielder signed from Rhyl after being released by Wrexham FC during the summer of 2002.  English Football League experience with Derby County & Stockport County before moving to The Racecourse.
(Dob:  04-11-1980)
Luke Campbell
       
       
Stylish left footed midfielder whose career began at Wrexham FC before moving into Welsh Premier football with Caernarfon Town.  Has Cymru Alliance experience with Llandudno.
(Dob:  10-12-1982)
Marcus Orlik
Llanberis based midfielder who joined Caernarfon after half a season in the Unibond League with Colwyn Bay whom he joined upon his release by Sheffield Wednesday.
(Dob:  11-12-1985)
Dylan Owen
 
Highly rated young striker signed from Wrexham FC in December 2003 whose father Ken Owen also played for the club.  
Iwan Price
       
Promising young striker.
(Dob:  09-03-1985)

Lee Jones
       
       

Experienced striker who scored 50 goals in 229 games for a number of English League clubs including Wrexham, Liverpool, Crewe, Tranmere Rovers and Barnsley.  Joined Caernarfon in the summer of 2004.
Won 2 Full Welsh Caps along with B, U21 and Youth honours.
(Dob:  29-05-1973)
Steve Watkin
 
 
 
Vastly experienced striker with over 400 English Football League appearances for two Welsh clubs, Wrexham and Swansea City.  Scorer of some famous FA Cup goals who signed for Caernarfon in December 2003.
(Dob:  16-07-1971)
Aaron Thomas
Much travelled striker who has WP experience for Bangor City and Rhyl, plus Unibond matches for Colwyn Bay.  Son of former Wales winger Mickey Thomas.
(Dob:  11-04-1980)
Michael Bird
Striker signed from Witton Albion in December 2004.
(Dob:  07-11-1983)
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