Llandudno Town









 
Maesdu Park
  Builder Street
  Llandudno
  LL30 1HH
  Tel: 01492 860495

  Manager

   Alan Morgan
 
Secretary
   Glyn Lister


 
Llandudno is a Victorian seaside resort on the North Wales coast.
  Enter from the East through Deganwy and pass the Golf Club on either side of road.  Immediately following signs on the right for Hospital (A&E) take next right and then fork left within 30 yards. 
  Ground along Builder Street, 250 yards on right by carpark.

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  Llandudno Town  History & Honours
  Football in Llandudno dates back to 1878 when a club, probably known as Gloddaeth Rovers was in existence for around a decade.  This club was formed largely for the purpose of providing activity for cricketers during their close season.
  A full International Wales v Ireland was played at the Council Field, Llandudno in 1898.
  Llandudno were founder members of the Welsh National League (north) in 1921 and were champions in 1923 and League Cup winners in 1930.  They also won the NWCFA Cup in 1926 and NW Amateur Cup in 1929.
  Controvesy struck the club in 1931 when the FAW instructed them to play in East Wales, which Llandudno refused and were suspended.  However they were founder members of the Welsh League (North) in 1935 and remained there until 1939, and again after the war from 1946 to 1974.  They were League Champions in 1936 and 1937 adn won the NW Amateur Cup again in 1948 and 1962, aso the Alves Cup in 1951 and the Cookson Cup in 1965.
  Llandudno moved to their present Maesdu Park ground in 1991 after their previous stadium was used for the construction of the Asda superstore in the late 1970s.
  Under the chairmanship of Bob Paton the ground was officially opened in 1991 and floodlights erected in 1994.  A clubhouse and outside seating were added during 1995, by 2002 the seating capacity had risen to 130.
  One the field Llandudno have proved themselves arguably the most consistent member of the Cymru Alliance since joining in 1993-94.  The finished fourth in their first three seasons, and after the disappointment of slipping to tenth in 2001-02 they were runners up in 2002-03 with an end of season run that kept promotion hopes alive.
  In 1996 Llandudno reached the League Cup final but lost to Oswestry Town.
  The club is ambitious, Llandudno one of the larger towns in North Wales, and a place in the national LoW very much an attainable target.  A new committee took over in May 2000 with an emphasis on youth, reflected in the range of Under 16 age groups sides within the club.
   In 2002-03 Llandudno finished as runners up to eventual champions Porthmadog following an impressive finish to the season, and would seem set to continue to challenge for honours during the current campaign.  At the start of the 2004-05 campaign Llandudno had a new manager in former Halkyn boss Gareth Thomas but within weeks of the kick of he had departed along with many of his new squad.
   Llandudno then set their sights on promotion to the Welsh Premier.  This involved the appointment of Grant Montgomery as manager and a series of ground improvements.  The WP criteria were largely met by the end of the 2005-06 season with the club moving on with the necessary work in the following months. Managerial changes saw Allan Bickerstaffe come and go to be replaced by Deiniol Graham.


 
 Llandudno Playing Record 1992-2014
 
Season
Competition
Pos
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
3
1992-93
Stena Sealink Welsh Alliance League
4th
32
21
4
7
86
47
67
4
1993-94
Cymru Alliance
4th
34
20
5
9
91
48
65
5
1994-95
Cymru Alliance
4th
34
23
5
5
88
32
74
6
1995-96
Cymru Alliance
4th
36
21
9
6
94
42
72
7
1996-97
Cymru Alliance
3rd
34
19
9
6
84
31
66
8
1997-98
Cymru Alliance
9th
36
14
7
15
60
66
49
9
1998-99
Cymru Alliance 
9th
30
11
7
12
49
48
40
10
1999-00
Cymru Alliance 
7th
32
16
5
11
70
57
53
11
2000-01
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance
7th
32
14
6
12
46
52
48
12
2001-02
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance
10th
34
12
3
19
55
80
39
13
2002-03
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance
2nd
32
20
7
5
81
41
67
14
2003-04
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance
7th
32
15
6
11
63
50
51
15
2004-05
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance
10th
34
12
10
12
66
61
46
16
2005-06
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance
6th
34
17
8
9
64
42
56
17
2006-07
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance
10th
34
14
6
14
67
59
48
18
2007-08
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance 4th
32
16
8
8
58
36
56
19
2008-09
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance 5th 32
16
9
7
65
33
57
20
2009-10
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance 3rd 32
19
8
5
73
31
65
21
2010-11
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance 6th 30
13
10
7
50
35
49
22
2011-12
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance 8th
30
14
7
9
55
39
49
23
2012-13
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance 12th
30
8
8
14
36
59
32
24
2013-14
Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance 5th
30
12
9
9
55
42
45


Managers:  Alan Morgan
  A well known figure in Welsh Premier circles Alan was appointed of Cymru Alliance side Llandudno at the end of November 2012 following the departure of Deiniol Graham.
  Alan previously spent three years as manager at Aberystwyth Town having previously served as number two to Nev Powell at Farrar Road, a post he also occupied with Cefn Druids.
  As a player Alan had played in the Welsh Premier for Porthmadog and Rhyl after a Football League career which took in 70+ appearances for Tranmere Rovers.
 



Llandudno Town Team Line ups from August 2014

v Conwy Borough on 17 October 2014
v


Lee Thomas
1

1


2
Joe Williams
2

2


3
James Joyce
3

3


4
Arran Pritchard
4

4


5
Jake Phillips
5

5


6
Gareth Evans
6

6


7
Eddie Jebb
7

7


8
Tom Dix
8

8


9
Danny Hughes
9

9


10
Dean Seager
10

10


11
Toby Jones
11

11


12
Leo Riley
12

12


14
Peter Jones
14

14


15
Danny Shaw
15

15


16
Marc Evans
16




17
Tristan Jones
17













 UPDATED OCTOBER 2014


Llandudno
Player Pen Pictures 2014-15

GOALKEEPER
 Andy Rooney
  An experienced goalkeeper Andy joined Llandudno from local junior side Glan Conwy.
Dob
12
12
1986
 Connor Wearing
  Teenage goalkeeper Connor is on loan from Airbus UK and has previously been on the books of his home town side Liverpool for six years and from 2012 Shrewsbury Town.
Dob
19
01
1995
DEFENCE
 Joe Williams
  St Asaph born defender Joe joined Llandudno from local rivals Conwy Borough in January 2013.
  Joe has also played for local Welsh Alliance side Glan Conwy.
Dob
17
02
1989
 Aaron Pritchard
  A promising young defender or midfielder Aaron rejoined Llandudno from Welshpool during the summer of 2009.
  He has captained the North Wales Coast FA Under 18s and made thirty odd WP appearances for Welshpool during the 2009-10 season and played for Cefn Druids the following season in the CA.

Dob
17
02
1991
 Jake Phillips
  A defender who previously played for Tranmere Rovers youth and reserve sides, Jake joined Llandudno during the summer of 2014.
Dob
00
00
1900
 Richard Hinds
  A hugely experienced defender Richard joined Llandudno during the summer of 2014.
  Sheffield born he made more than fifty first team appearances for Tranmere before moving to Hull, Scunthorpe and Sheffield Wednesday in 2007 making a further 200 appearances along the way. He went on to play for Lincoln, Yeovil and Bury and for good measure has a First Class Honours Degree in Law!

Dob
22
08
1980
 Lee Jones
  Chester born Lee previously played for Wrexham as a youth, then Cefn Druids and Rhyl. With The Druids Lee made 46 Welsh Premier starts between 2008-10.
Dob
17
10
1989
 James Joyce
  A verstatile youngster who came through the Tranmere Rovers academy James joined Llandudno in November 2013 after a spell in Sweden with FF Kiruna.
Dob
03
10
1994
MIDFIELD
 Tom Dix
  A hard working midfielder Tom was on the youth academy at Shrewsbury Town. He joined Bangor City upon his release he signed for Bangor City during the summer of 2010. Tom found it hard to break into City's WP title winning side and spent part of the season on loan at Llangefni.
  He joined Llandudno during the summer of 2011.

Dob
13
10
1991
 Eddie Jebb
  A dangerous attacking winger, Eddie Jebb joined City from coast rivals Colwyn Bay in January 2010.
  Eddie first caught the eye with some impressive performances for Cammell Laird FC and signed for Colwyn Bay for an undisclosed tranfer fee in February 2009.
  He joined Bangor as a direct right flank replacement for Marc Limbert whose move into management within the club seemed likely to restrict his first team outings. Eddie picked up a Welsh Cup winners medal during his first season with City.
  Eddie Jebb left Bangor for Conwy Borough before moving to Llandudno under the management of former City number two Alan Morgan.
ob
31
12
1981
 Danny Hughes
  A strong midfielder Danny returned to Llandudno after a spell with coast rivals Rhyl.
Dob
27
05
1988
 Gareth Evans
  Described as a box to box midfielder Gareth rejoined Llandudno after a spell in the Conference North with local rivals Colwyn Bay.
Dob
29
04
1987
 Connor Shackleton
  A Rhyl based youngster formerly with Tranmere Rovers midfielder Connor has represented Wales at Under 16 level.
Dob
00
00
1900
FORWARDS
 Lee Thomas
  Made a big impression last season with his consistent goalscoring, can play upfront or in midfield. 
  Lee caught the eye of football league scouts and spent a trial period with Wrexham at the end of the 2005-06 season.

Dob
14
06
1983
 Toby Jones
  A promising young striker who caught they eye with Conwy United, Toby was recruited by Neath during the summer of 2011. Previous clubs include Llandudno.
  When Neath folded during the summer of 2012 he moved to Airbus and a year later closer to home with Llandudno.
Dob
25
08
1992
 Marc Evans
  A natural goalscorer Anglesey based Marc was with Rhyl and then Gwalchmai during the 2013-14 season.
  His previous clubs include Llanglefni Town, Holyhead Hotspur and Porthmadog.

Dob
14
04
1990
 Dean Seager   A promising teenage striker Dean has worked his way up through the club's youth and reserve sides. He was a member of the NWCFA Youth side during the 2011-12 season.
  Dean has also played for Wales Colleges.
Dob
19
09
1994
 Leo Riley
  A young striker Leo previously played for Tranmere Rovers.
Dob
00
00
1900

15/18




Llandudno
Player Pen Pictures 2013-14

GOALKEEPER
 Andy Metcalf
  A promising young goalkeeper who joined Llandudno from local rivals Colwyn Bay having previously played on loan at Flint.
  Chester born Andy was on Wrexham's books as a youngster and was capped by England Schools at Under 17 level.
Dob
30
06
1992
 Connor Wearing
  Teenage goalkeeper Connor is on loan from Airbus UK and has previously been on the books of his home town side Liverpool for six years and from 2012 Shrewsbury Town.
Dob
19
01
1995
DEFENCE
 Joe Williams
  St Asaphy born defender Joe joined Llandudno from local rivals Conwy Borough in January 2013.
  Joe has also played for local Welsh Alliance side Glan Conwy.
Dob
17
02
1989
 Aaron Pritchard
  A promising young defender or midfielder Aaron rejoined Llandudno from Welshpool during the summer of 2009.
  He has captained the North Wales Coast FA Under 18s and made thirty odd WP appearances for Welshpool during the 2009-10 season and played for Cefn Druids the following season in the CA.

Dob
17
02
1991
 Paul Roberts
  A former Chester City apprentice, Paul made just over 60 Welsh Premier appearances for Caenrnarfon Town between 2001-04 plus another dozen for Llangefni in 2007-08.  He has also played for Colwyn Bay in the English system, and returned to Llandudno in September 2008.
Dob
08
08
1982
 Johnny Spittle
  A promising young centreback Johnny joined Llandudno in September 2013.
  His previous clubs include Wigan Athletic, Blackburn Rovers and Rochdale.
Dob
13
08
199?
 Lee Jones
  Chester born Lee previously played for Wrexham as a youth, then Cefn Druids and Rhyl. With The Druids Lee made 46 Welsh Premier starts between 2008-10.
Dob
17
10
1989
 James Joyce
  A verstatile youngster who came through the Tranmere Rovers academy James joined Llandudno in November 2013 after a spell in Sweden with FF Kiruna.
Dob
03
10
1994
MIDFIELD
 Nathan Quirk   A former Liverpool youth teamer Nathan joined Llandudno in November 2013.
  Liverpool born midfielder Nathan spent nine years on the Anfield club's academy and left during the summer of 2013 to take up a scholarship in the USA with the University of Akron in Ohio.

Dob
27
09
1994
 Tom Dix
  A hard working midfielder Tom was on the youth academy at Shrewsbury Town. He joined Bangor City upon his release he signed for Bangor City during the summer of 2010. Tom found it hard to break into City's WP title winning side and spent part of the season on loan at Llangefni.
  He joined Llandudno during the summer of 2011.

Dob
13
10
1991
 Eddie Jebb
  A dangerous attacking winger, Eddie Jebb joined City from coast rivals Colwyn Bay in January 2010.
  Eddie first caught the eye with some impressive performances for Cammell Laird FC and signed for Colwyn Bay for an undisclosed tranfer fee in February 2009.
  He joined Bangor as a direct right flank replacement for Marc Limbert whose move into management within the club seemed likely to restrict his first team outings. Eddie picked up a Welsh Cup winners medal during his first season with City.
  Eddie Jebb left Bangor for Conwy Borough before moving to Llandudno under the management of former City number two Alan Morgan.
ob
31
12
1981
 Craig Garside
  A hugely talented midfielder Craig Garside joined Llandudno during the summer of 2013 after a brief spell with Denbigh Town.
   His career began with Everton where he was
prominent at youth and reserve level, played in the 2002 FA Youth Cup Final for The Toffees. Capable of playing in defence or midfield, Craig has captained Wales at Under 15, 16 and 19 and gained an enviable reputation at those levels.
  In 2011 he scored the goal which clinched the Welsh Premier title for Bangor City at Farrar Road.
Dob
11
05
1985
 Kevin Fields
  A Chester born midfielder Kevin has been hampered by injury, his previous clubs include local rivals Colwyn Bay.
Dob
02
09
1990
 Anthony Tierney
  Left footed midfielder Anthony has previously played for local sides Real Llandudno and West Shore as well as close Cymru Alliance rivals Conwy Borough.
Dob
09
02
1987
FORWARDS
 Lee Thomas
  Made a big impression last season with his consistent goalscoring, can play upfront or in midfield. 
  Lee caught the eye of football league scouts and spent a trial period with Wrexham at the end of the 2005-06 season.

Dob
14
06
1983
 Iwan Williams
  A Bangor born midfielder or striker Iwan rejoined Llandudno in September 2012. His previous clubs include Porthmadog, Newtown in the Welsh Premier, and Anglesey side LlanfairPG.
Dob
28
03
1985
 Toby Jones
  A promising young striker who caught they eye with Conwy United, Toby was recruited by Neath during the summer of 2011. Previous clubs include Llandudno.
  When Neath folded during the summer of 2012 he moved to Airbus and a year later closer to home with Llandudno.
Dob
25
08
1992
 Josh MacAuley
  A former Tranmere youth striker Josh joined Llandudno during the summer of 2013.
  Liverpool born Josh has also played for Conference North sides Colwyn Bay and Vauxhall FC, as well as Welsh Premier clubs Aberstwyth and Bala Town where he scored six goals in 26 games.

Dob
02
03
1991
 Dean Seager   A promising teenage striker Dean has worked his way up through the club's youth and reserve sides. He was a member of the NWCFA Youth side during the 2011-12 season.
  Dean has also played for Wales Colleges.
Dob
19
09
1994
 Asa Hamilton
  A Wrexham born striker Asa previously played for Buckley, Lex and Penycae as well as Airbus UK where he made half a dozen substitute appearances in the Welsh Premier.
  Asa is a cousin of Welsh Premier stalwarts Steve and Ricky Evans.
Dob
21
01
1992

15/18




Llandudno
Player Pen Pictures 2012-13

GOALKEEPER
 Andy Metcalf
  A promising young goalkeeper who joined Llandudno from local rivals Colwyn Bay having previously played on loan at Flint.
Dob
30
06
1992
 John Dowd
  A teenage goalkeeper, born in Stoke but now living in North Wales, John has played for Wales Schools and Collegs at U18 level.
Dob
00
00
1900
DEFENCE
 Sean Eardley
  Defender, a former pupil of Ysgol John Bright, who signed from Oldham Athletic after health problems ended his professional career.  Sean represented Wales Under 19s and prior to this was a member of the National Development Squad.
Dob
14
04
1987
 Aaron Pritchard
  A promising young defender or midfielder Arron rejoined Llandudno from Welshpool during the summer of 2009. He has captained the North Wales Coast FA Under 18s and made thirty odd WP appearances for Welshpool during the 2009-10 season and played for Cefn Druids the following season in the CA.
Dob
17
02
1991
 Paul Roberts
  A former Chester City apprentice, Paul made just over 60 Welsh Premier appearances for Caenrnarfon Town between 2001-04 plus another dozen for Llangefni in 2007-08.  He has also played for Colwyn Bay in the English system, and returned to Llandudno in September 2008.
Dob
08
08
1982
 Dan Roberts
  A young defender who came through the Bangor City academy, Dan has also played for Conwy United.
Dob
00
00
1900
 Tim Brandeth
  An experienced centrehalf Tim started out with Stockport County and moved to Caernarfon Town for the 2001-02 season. Made close on 100 WP appearances for The Canaries in a four year stay.
  Tim has also played for local rivals Colwyn Bay.
Dob
20
11
1980
  Lee Jones
  Chester born Lee previously played for Wrexham as a youth, then Cefn Druids and Rhyl. With The Druids Lee made 46 Welsh Premier starts between 2008-10.
Dob
17
10
1989
MIDFIELD
 Tom Dix
  A hard working midfielder Tom was on the youth academy at Shrewsbury Town. He joined Bangor City upon his release he signed for Bangor City during the summer of 2010. Tom found it hard to break into City's WP title winning side and spent part of the season on loan at Llangefni.
  He joined Llandudno during the summer of 2011.

Dob
13
10
1991
 Eddie Jebb
  A dangerous attacking winger, Eddie Jebb joined City from coast rivals Colwyn Bay in January 2010.
  Eddie first caught the eye with some impressive performances for Cammell Laird FC and signed for Colwyn Bay for an undisclosed tranfer fee in February 2009.
  He joined Bangor as a direct right flank replacement for Marc Limbert whose move into management within the club seemed likely to restrict his first team outings. Eddie picked up a Welsh Cup winners medal during his first season with City.
  Eddie Jebb left Bangor for Conwy Borough before moving to Llandudno under the management of former City number two Alan Morgan.
ob
31
12
1981
 Joe Morgan
  A powerful goalscoring midfielder who can play in attack, Joe has previously played for local junior sides Glan Conwy and West Shore.
Dob
08
01
1983
 Danny Jarrett
  Strong and hard working midfielder Danny joined Llandudno from Cymru Alliance rivals Rhyl at the beginning of the 2012-13 season. He has previously played for Colwyn Bay and Northwich Victoria.
Dob
16
05
1981
 Benn Hughes
  Midfielder Benn has previously played for local rivals Conwy United and Denbigh Town.
Dob
07
06
1984
 Kevin Fields
  A Chester born midfielder Kevin has been hampered by injury, his previous clubs include local rivals Colwyn Bay.
Dob
02
09
1990
 Anthony Tierney
  Left footed midfielder Anthony has previously played for local sides West Shore and Cymru Alliance rivals Conwy United.
Dob
00
00
1900
FORWARDS
 Lee Thomas
  Made a big impression last season with his consistent goalscoring, can play upfront or in midfield.  Lee caught the eye of football league scouts and spent a trial period with Wrexham at the end of the 2005-06 season.
Dob
14
06
1983
 Iwan Williams
  A Bangor born midfielder or striker Iwan rejoined Llandudno in September 2012. His previous clubs include Porthmadog, Newtown in the Welsh Premier, and Anglesey side LlanfairPG.
Dob
28
03
1985
 Chris Melia
  Diminutive Chester born striker whose goalscoring for Winsford United in the Second Divison of the North West Counties attracted the attention of then Connahs Quay Nomads boss Neville Powell. 
  Previous clubs include Cefn Druids and Caersws.

Dob
20
02
1981
 Tony Cann
  Tony progressed through the Connahs Quay academy and has since featured for Welsh Premier sides Bangor City and Cefn Druids.
  He has also played for St Werbughs and rejoined Llandudno during the summer of 2012 from Cymru Alliance rivals Cefn Druids.
Dob
06
07
1987
 Dean Seager   A promising teenage striker Dean has worked his way up through the club's youth and reserve sides. He was a member of the NWCFA Youth side during the 2011-12 season.
  Dean has also played for Wales Colleges.
Dob
19
09
1994

15/18




Llandudno
Pen Pictures Pen Pictures Pen Pictures 2011-12
Paul Whitfield
A former Wrexham youth goalkeeper, Paul has ninety Welsh Premier appearances to his name for a string of clubs including Airbus, Bangor City, Rhyl and Newtown.  Paul has also played for Cymru Alliance rivals Buckley Town and across the border with Cammell Lairds.
(Dob:   06-05-1982)
Callum Hawthorne
Callum began his career as a trainee with Swansea City who was also on the books at Fulham. He joined Airbus UK in July 2010 and made half a dozen Welsh Premier appearances for The Planemakers. Moved to Llandudno during the summer of 2011.
(Dob:   18-09-1989)
David Guinn
Experienced goalkeeping coach who has previously played for Conwy United and Glan Conwy.
(Dob:   04-03-1981)
Danny Hughes
A promising defender who has progressed through the club's youth structure, also on Chester City's books a youngster.
(Dob:   27-05-1988)
Arran Pritchard
A promising young defender or midfielder Arron rejoined Llandudno from Welshpool during the summer of 2009. He has captained the North Wales Coast FA Under 18s and made thirty odd WP appearances for Welshpool during the 2009-10 season and played for Cefn Druids the following season in the CA.
(Dob:   17-02-1991)
Paul Roberts
A former Chester City apprentice, Paul made just over 60 Welsh Premier appearances for Caenrnarfon Town between 2001-04 plus another dozen for Llangefni in 2007-08.  He has also played for Colwyn Bay in the English system, and returned to Llandudno in September 2008.
(Dob:   08-08-1982)
Sean Eardley
Young defender, a former pupil of Ysgol John Bright, who signed from Oldham Athletic after health problems ended his professional career.  Sean represented Wales Under 19s and prior to this was a member of the National Development Squad.
(Dob:   14-04-1987)
Wyn Williams
Right full back signed from Glan Conwy in October 2004, Llandudno manager's Player of The Year for the season 2005-06.
(Dob:   05-04-1981)
Steve Aspinall
A highly experienced midfielder Steve broke into the first team at Caernarfon Town in 1995 as a nineteen year old and made more than 50 WP appearances for The Canaries.  He has since played for an array of clubs in the North West of England, including Vauxhall Motors, Bamber Bridge, Runcorn, Macclesfield and Tranmere Rovers. More recently he was involved with Colwyn Bay but was hindered by a serious knee injury.
(Dob:   10-05-1976)
Tom Dix
A hard working midfielder Tom was on the youth academy at Shrewsbury Town. He joined Bangor City upon his release he signed for Bangor City during the summer of 2010. Tom found it hard to break into City's WP title winning side and spent part of the season on loan at Llangefni. He joined Llandudno during the summer of 2011.
(Dob:   13-10-1991)
Alun Roberts
A skilful winger who has attracted the attention of Football League scouts.
(Dob:   02-09-1982)
Luke Campbell
A former Wrexham midfielder, Luke made three first team appearances for the Racecourse club, moved to Caernarfon Town during the 2002-03 season where he made 20 Welsh Premier starts.  Joined Llandudno during the summer of 2009.
(Dob:   10-12-1982)
Ross Rule
A promising young striker who came through the Tranmere Rovers youth structure before joining Airbus UK during the summer of 2011. Promptly joined Llandudno in August 2011.
(Dob:   06-06-1991)
Joe Morgan
a Powerful goalscoring midfielder who can play in attack, Joe has previously played for local junior sides Glan Conwy and West Shore.
(Dob:   08-01-1983)
Gwyn Peters
A goalscoring forward, Gwyn joined Llandudno from Caernarfon Wanderers in January 2008.  He previously made more than a hundred Welsh Premier appearances for Caernarfon Town, and has Cymru Alliance experience with Llangefni and Glantraeth.
(Dob:   24-06-1980)
Darren Gowans
A dangerous left winger who came through the Bangor City youth and Under 21 side before moving on to Bethesda Athletic. Joined Llandudno from Athletic in October 2011, Darren has also played for Beaumaris Town and made one WP appearance for Bangor during the 2005-06 season.
(Dob:  30-11-1985)



Llandudno
Pen Pictures Pen Pictures Pen Pictures 2010-11
Paul Whitfield
A former Wrexham youth goalkeeper, Paul has ninety Welsh Premier appearances to his name for a string of clubs including Airbus, Bangor City, Rhyl and Newtown.  Paul has also played for Cymru Alliance rivals Buckley Town and across the border with Cammell Lairds.
(Dob:   06-05-1982)
Andy Rooney
Promising young goalkeeper who joined Llandudno from local junior side Glan Conwy.
(Dob:   12-12-1986)
Danny Hughes
A promising defender who has progressed through the club's youth structure, also on Chester City's books a youngster.
(Dob:   27-05-1988)
Paul Roberts
A former Chester City apprentice, Paul made just over 60 Welsh Premier appearances for Caenrnarfon Town between 2001-04 plus another dozen for Llangefni in 2007-08.  He has also played for Colwyn Bay in the English system, and returned to Llandudno in September 2008.
(Dob:   08-08-1982)
Sean Eardley
Young defender, a former pupil of Ysgol John Bright, who signed from Oldham Athletic after health problems ended his professional career.  Sean represented Wales Under 19s and prior to this was a member of the National Development Squad.
(Dob:   14-04-1987)
Wyn Williams
Right full back signed from Glan Conwy in October 2004, Llandudno manager's Player fo The Year for the season 2005-06.
(Dob:   05-04-1981)
Craig Hogg
A former Everton apprentice who has defensive appearances for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond League and briefly in the Cymru Alliance with Llangefni Town.  Previous clubs include Llangefni, Caernarfon Town and Rhyl.
(Dob:  08-10-1981)
Neil Coverley
An experienced defender, Neil rejoined Llandudno after six months with Colwyn Bay.  Neil began his career with Crewe Alexandra and has also played for Leek.
(Dob:  20-01-1983)
Alun Roberts
A promising young winger who has attracted the attention of Football League scouts.
(Dob:   02-09-1982)
Gareth Evans
A former Chester City youngster who has played for Bangor City and Mochdre.
(Dob:   29-04-1987)
Adie Hoyle
Rejoined Llandudno during the summer of 2010 from Prestatyn Town Adie has Unibond and Lancashire League experience with local rivals Colwyn Bay. Previous clubs include Denbigh and Ruthin Town.
(Dob:   20-12-1983)
Darren Jones
Strong tackling midfielder who began his career as a Wrexham FC apprentice, Darren has also played for Caernarfon Town and Buckley Town.
(Dob:   22-10-1982)
Luke Campbell
A former Wrexham midfielder, Luke made three first team appearances for the Racecourse club, moved to Caernarfon Town during the 2002-03 season where he made 20 Welsh Premier starts.  Joined Llandudno during the summer of 2009.
(Dob:   10-12-1982)
Lee Thomas
Made a big impression last season with his consistent goalscoring, can play upfront or in midfield.  Lee caught the eye of football league scouts and spent a trial period with Wrexham FC at the end of the 2005-06 season.
(Dob:   14-06-1983)
Joe Morgan
Powerful midfielder who can also play in attack, Joe has also played for Glan Conwy and West Shore.
(Dob:   08-01-1983)
Gwyn Peters
A goalscoring forward, Gwyn joined Llandudno from Caernarfon Wanderers in January 2008.  He previously made more than a hundred Welsh Premier appearances for Caernarfon Town, and has Cymru Alliance experience with Llangefni and Glantraeth.
(Dob:   24-06-1980)


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Paul Whitfield
A former Wrexham youth goalkeeper, Paul has ninety Welsh Premier appearances to his name for a string of clubs including Airbus, Bangor City, Rhyl and Newtown.  Paul has also played for Cymru Alliance rivals Buckley Town and across the border with Cammell Lairds.
(Dob:   06-05-1982)
Andy Rooney
Promising young goalkeeper who joined Llandudno from local junior side Glan Conwy.
(Dob:   12-12-1986)
Danny Hughes
A promising defender who has progressed through the club's youth structure, also on Chester City's books a youngster.
(Dob:   27-05-1988)
Paul Roberts
A former Chester City apprentice, Paul made just over 60 Welsh Premier appearances for Caenrnarfon Town between 2001-04 plus another dozen for Llangefni in 2007-08.  He has also played for Colwyn Bay in the English system, and returned to Llandudno in September 2008.
(Dob:   08-08-1982)
Sean Eardley
Young defender, a former pupil of Ysgol John Bright, who signed from Oldham Athletic after health problems ended his professional career.  Sean represented Wales Under 19s and prior to this was a member of the National Development Squad.
(Dob:   14-04-1987)
Wyn Williams
Right full back signed from Glan Conwy in October 2004, Llandudno manager's Player fo The Year for the season 2005-06.
(Dob:   05-04-1981)
Craig Hogg
A former Everton apprentice who has defensive appearances for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond League and briefly in the Cymru Alliance with Llangefni Town.  Previous clubs include Llangefni, Caernarfon Town and Rhyl.
(Dob:  08-10-1981)
Neil Coverley
An experienced defender, Neil rejoined Llandudno after six months with Colwyn Bay.  Neil began his career with Crewe Alexandra and has also played for Leek.
(Dob:  20-01-1983)
Alun Roberts
A promising young winger who has attracted the attention of Football League scouts.
(Dob:   02-09-1982)
Gareth Evans
A former Chester City youngster who has played for Bangor City and Mochdre.
(Dob:   29-04-1987)
Darren Jones
Strong tackling midfielder who began his career as a Wrexham FC apprentice, Darren has also played for Caernarfon Town and Buckley Town.
(Dob:   22-10-1982)
Luke Campbell
A former Wrexham midfielder, Luke made three first team appearances for the Racecourse club, moved to Caernarfon Town during the 2002-03 season where he made 20 Welsh Premier starts.  Joined Llandudno during the summer of 2009.
(Dob:   10-12-1982)
Lee Thomas
Made a big impression last season with his consistent goalscoring, can play upfront or in midfield.  Lee caught the eye of football league scouts and spent a trial period with Wrexham FC at the end of the 2005-06 season.
(Dob:   14-06-1983)
Joe Morgan
Powerful midfielder who can also play in attack, Joe has also played for Glan Conwy and West Shore.
(Dob:   08-01-1983)
Gwyn Peters
A goalscoring forward, Gwyn joined Llandudno from Caernarfon Wanderers in January 2008.  He previously made more than a hundred Welsh Premier appearances for Caernarfon Town, and has Cymru Alliance experience with Llangefni and Glantraeth.
(Dob:   24-06-1980)
Toby Jones
Pacey young striker who caught the eye during the 2008-09 season with some fine performances and well taken goals, a product of the Llandudno youth system.
(Dob:  25-08-1992)


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Shaun Pearson
Promising young goalkeeper, a student at Llandrillo College who represented Welsh Colleges against England in February 2007.  Shaun was on Oldham Athletic's books as a schoolboy.
(Dob:   16-08-1990)
Liam Ewing
Teenage goalkeeper signed from Llangefni Town where he had progressed through the club's youth and reserve system.
(Dob:  04-12-1990)
Danny Hughes
A promising defender who has progressed through the club's youth structure, also on Chester City's books a youngster.
(Dob:   27-05-1988)
Paul Roberts
A former Chester City apprentice, Paul made just over 60 Welsh Premier appearances for Caenrnarfon Town between 2001-04 plus another dozen for Llangefni in 2007-08.  He has also played for Colwyn Bay in the English system, and returned to Llandudno in September 2008.
(Dob:   08-08-1982)
Sean Eardley
Young defender, a former pupil of Ysgol John Bright, who signed from Oldham Athletic after health problems ended his professional career.  Sean represented Wales Under 19s and prior to this was a member of the National Development Squad.
(Dob:   14-04-1987)
Wyn Williams
Right full back signed from Glan Conwy in October 2004, Llandudno manager's Player fo The Year for the season 2005-06.
(Dob:   05-04-1981)
Craig Hogg
A former Everton apprentice who has defensive appearances for Colwyn Bay in the Unibond League and briefly in the Cymru Alliance with Llangefni Town.  Previous clubs include Llangefni, Caernarfon Town and Rhyl.
(Dob:  08-10-1981)
Neil Coverley
An experienced defender, Neil rejoined Llandudno after six months with Colwyn Bay.  Neil began his career with Crewe Alexandra and has also played for Leek.
(Dob:  20-01-1983)
Alun Roberts
A promising young winger who has attracted the attention of Football League scouts.
(Dob:   02-09-1982)
Gareth Evans
A former Chester City youngster who has played for Bangor City and Mochdre.
(Dob:   29-04-1987)
Darren Jones
Strong tackling midfielder who began his career as a Wrexham FC apprentice, Darren has also played for Caernarfon Town and Buckley Town.
(Dob:   22-10-1982)
Chris Boulton
Strong centre forward whose early football years were spent at Manchester City and Chester.  Came to prominence in local football with Mold Alexandra before earning a transfer to Bangor City.  Has been restricted by illness and injury, joined Llangefni from Holywell Town in January 2006 and onto Mynydd Isa during the summer of 2007.  Chris signed for Llandudno during the summer of 2008.
(Dob:  23-10-1981)
Jason Sadler
A goalscoring forward who joined the club during the summer of 2008, Jason has previously played in the Welsh Premier for Caernarfon, Llangefni and Porthmadog.
(Dob:  25-04-1980)
Anthony Tierney
A promising striker who joined the club at the start of the 2007-8 season from junior side West Shore.
(Dob:   09-02-1987)
Lee Thomas
Made a big impression last season with his consistent goalscoring, can play upfront or in midfield.  Lee caught the eye of football league scouts and spent a trial period with Wrexham FC at the end of the 2005-06 season.
(Dob:   14-06-1983)
Joe Morgan
Powerful midfielder who can also play in attack, Joe has also played for Glan Conwy and West Shore.
(Dob:   08-01-1983)
Jodie Hamilton
Former Flint Town United striker who made a dozen Welsh Premier appearances for The Silkmen, Jodie has also played for Buckley, Holywell and Rhyl.
(Dob:   08-02-1978)
Gwyn Peters
A goalscoring forward, Gwyn joined Llandudno from Caernarfon Wanderers in January 2008.  He previously made more than a hundred Welsh Premier appearances for Caernarfon Town, and has Cymru Alliance experience with Llangefni and Glantraeth.
(Dob:   24-06-1980)
Leigh Craven
A Bangor born striker, Leigh signed from Welsh Premier side Airbus UK in September 2008.  He previously played for Llangefni Town and Welsh Alliance side Conwy United.  
(Dob:  08-09-1987)
Luke O'Mahoney
A promising left winger, Luke joined Llandudno from local rivals Colwyn Bay in January 2009. His previous clubs include Denbigh Town.
(Dob:  10-08-1989)
Toby Jones




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Shaun Pearson
Promising young goalkeeper, a student at Llandrillo College who represented Welsh Colleges against England in February 2007.  Shaun was on Oldham Athletic's books as a schoolboy.
Ben Dews
Attacking right fullback who played for Colwyn Bay either side of spells with Llandudno.  Has Unibond and Lancashire League experience.
(Dob:   27-08-1979)
Danny Hughes
A promising young defender who has progressed through the club's youth structure.
Neil Coverley
A confident central defender who began his career with Crewe Alexandra but came to prominence in local football with Colwyn Bay. Neil has also played for Unibond sides Kidsgrove amd Leek.and represented Wales at Under level.  In the 2006-07 season Neil was voted Player of The Season with the Unibond side and proved a major coup for Llandudno when he switched clubs during the summer of 2007.
(Dob:   20-01-1983)
Chris Johnson
Defender or midfielder signed during the summer of 2003.
Sean Eardley
Young defender, a former pupil of Ysgol John Bright, who signed from Oldham Athletic after health problems ended his professional career.  Sean represented Wales Under 19s and prior to this was a member of the National Development Squad.
(Dob:   14-04-1987)
Wyn Williams
Right full back signed from Glan Conwy in October 2004, Llandudno manager's Player fo The Year for the season 2005-06.
Steve Warburton
Promising youngster who can play in midfield or defence.
Alun Roberts
A promising young winger who has attracted the attention of Football League scouts.
Bryn Jenkins
Powerful centre forward who joined Llandudno from Welsh Alliance side Llanrwst United.
Darren Jones
Strong tackling midfielder who began his career as a Wrexham FC apprentice.
Ray Lee
Signed from local junior side Mochdre Sports in January 2008.
(Dob:  29-02-1988)
Chris Hogg
Released by Crewe Alexandra at the end of the 2004-05 season, Chris can operate anywhere down the left flank.  Joined Llandudno from local rivals Colywn Bay in September 2006
(Dob:   20-03-1987)
Anthony Tierney
A promising striker who joined the club at the start of the 2007-8 season.
Lee Thomas
Made a big impression last season with his consistent goalscoring, can play upfront or in midfield.  Lee caught the eye of football league scouts and spent a trial period with Wrexham FC at the end of the 2005-06 season.
Joe Morgan
Powerful midfielder who can also play in attack.
Jody Hamilton
Former Flint Town United striker who made a dozen Welsh Premier appearances for The Silkmen.
(Dob:   08-02-1978)
Gwyn Peters
A goalscoring forward, Gwyn joined Llandudno from Caernarfon Wanderers in January 2008.  He previously made more than a hundred Welsh Premier appearances for Caernarfon Town, and has Cymru Alliance experience with Llangefni and Glantraeth.
(Dob:   24-06-1980)


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Andy Rooney
First team goalkeeper.
(Dob:   12-12-1986)
Shaun Pearson
Promising young goalkeeper, a student at Llandrillo College who represented Welsh Colleges against England in February 2007.  
Kevin Coleville
Goalkeeper signed from local rivals Llandudno Junction during the summer of 2006.
Lee Thornton
Experienced goalkeeper and loyal clubman.
Danny Hughes
Promising young defender.
Barry Owen
Pacey young defender in his second season with the club.
Chris Johnson
Defender or midfielder signed during the summer of 2003.
Sean Eardley
Young defender signed from Oldham Athletic after health problems ended his professional career.
Wyn Williams
Right full back signed from Glan Conwy in October 2004, Llandudno manager's Player fo The Year for the season 2005-06.
Benn Hughes
Midfielder who rejoined the club in January 2007.
Daryl Jones
Versatile performer, at home in midfield or defence, signed from Llandudno Junction during the summer of 2006.
Joe Carey
Veteran midfielder who played in the Welsh Premiership with local rivals Conwy United, powerful tackler and effective running with the ball.
(Dob:  07-04-1978)
Chris Hogg
Released by Crewe Alexandra at the end of the 2004-05 season, Chris can operate anywhere down the left flank.  Joined Llandudno from local rivals Colywn Bay in September 2006
(Dob:   20-03-1987)
Josh Jones
Teenage winger signed from Welsh Alliance side Bethesda Athletic, son of former Wales and Liverpool defender Joey Jones.  Joined Llandudno in October 2004.
Mike Lundstrom
Midfielder who was involved with Bangor City during their Inter Toto matches in the summer of 2005. Also on Welsh alliance forms withs Bethesda Athletic.
Darren Jones
Strong tackling midfielder who began his career as a Wrexham FC apprentice.
Joe Morgan
Powerful midfielder who can also play in attack.
Deiniol Graham
Well travelled a well respected striker whose career began at Manchester United before gaining League experience with Barnsley.  In non league circles Deiniol played for Colwyn Bay, Cwmbran Town and more briefly Bangor City.
(Dob:   04-10-1969)
Grant Montgomery
Much travelled local striker whose previous club include LoW side Cefn Druids.  Back at Llandudno after a brief spell with Bethesda Athletic.
(Dob:   15-07-1972)
Dean Hughes
Hard working forward whose tireless work and eye for a goal are an asset to the team.  Has represented Wales U18s, rejoined the club in December 2006.


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Andy Rooney
First team goalkeeper.
Sean Powell
Local lad, goalkeeper who is understudy to first choice Andy Rooney.
Danny Hughes
Promising young defender.
Chris Johnson
Defender or midfielder signed during the summer of 2003.
Adam Jones
Former Conwy United defender, strong player who likes to get forward.
(Dob:   04-05-1985)
Wyn Williams
Right full back signed from Glan Conwy in October 2004.
Neil Coverley
Former Crewe Alexandra defender who is on second forms from local rivals Colwyn Bay.
Paul Roberts
Llandudno based defender on second forms from local rivals Colwyn Bay, has Welsh Premiership experience with Caernarfon Town.
(Dob:   08-08-1982)
Bleddyn Jones
Defender who returned to the club during the summer after a season with Penmaenmawr Pheonix.
Ben Dews
Attacking right fullback who played for Colwyn Bay either side of spells with Llandudno.  Has Unibond and Lancashire League experience.
(Dob:   27-08-1979)
Ben Powell
Midfielder who hails from Ellesmere Port, previously with Capenhurst Villa.
James Kincaid
Experienced defender previously with Wrexham and Chester City.
Joe Carey
Veteran midfielder who played in the Welsh Premiership with local rivals Conwy United, powerful tackler and effective running with the ball.
(Dob:  07-04-1978)
Terry McBride
Defender who brings a wealth of experience to the 'Tudno defence, now in his second spell with the club.
James Cornish
Goalscoring midfielder whose work ethic and never way die attitude gain the respect of his team mates.  Has LoW experience with Deeside based Flint Town United.
(Dob:  12-09-1969)
Josh Jones
Teenage winger signed from Welsh Alliance side Bethesda Athletic, son of former Wales and Liverpool defender Joey Jones.  Joined Llandudno in October 2004.
Mike Lundstram
Midfielder who was involved with Bangor City during their Inter Toto matches in the summer of 2005. Also on Welsh alliance forms withs Bethesda Athletic.
Lee Thomas
Made a big impression last season with his consistent goalscoring, can play upfront or in midfield.  Lee caught the eye of football league scouts and spent a trial period with Wrexham FC at the end of the 2005-06 season.
Darren Jones
Strong tackling midfielder who began his career as a Wrexham FC apprentice.
Deiniol Graham
Well travelled a well respected striker whose career began at Manchester United before gaining League experience with Barnsley.  In non league circles Deiniol played for Colwyn Bay, Cwmbran Town and more briefly Bangor City.
(Dob:   04-10-1969)
Grant Montgomery
Much travelled local striker whose previous club include LoW side Cefn Druids.  Back at Llandudno after a brief spell with Bethesda Athletic.
(Dob:   15-07-1972)
Kyle Johnson
Goalscoring youngster who has progressed from the club's youth system.
Mark Montgomery
Promising young forward who has progressed from the club's youth side.
Rob Knowles
Teenage striker whose pace unsettles defences, Rob has progressed from the Llandudno Under 17s who play in the Colwyn & Aberconwy Junior league.



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Lee Thornton
Goalkeeper who has graduated from the reserves to become the first choice.  Has brief Welsh Premier experience with coast rivals Rhyl.
(Dob:   11-07-1980)
Danny Hughes
Promising young defender.
Chris Johnson
Defender or midfielder signed during the summer of 2003.
Wyn Williams
Right full back signed from Glan Conwy in October 2004.
Phil Williams
Much travelled defender who adds experience and organisation to the back four, previous clubs include Bangor City and Y Felinheli.
Peter Jarvis
Defender who normally plays at leftback.
Ben Dews
Attacking right fullback who played for Colwyn Bay either side of spells with Llandudno.  Has Unibond and Lancashire League experience.
(Dob:   27-08-1979)
Paul Hawkins
Promising midfielder who made Welsh Premiership appearances for Conwy United whilst a teenager, better known as "Ollie".  Based on Merseyside.
(Dob:   09-11-1981)
James Kincaid
Experienced defender previously with Wrexham and Chester City.
John Carey
Brother of midfielder veteran Joe Carey.
Joe Carey
Veteran midfielder who played in the Welsh Premiership with local rivals Conwy United, powerful tackler and effective running with the ball.
(Dob:  07-04-1978)
Terry McBride
Defender who brings a wealth of experience to the 'Tudno defence, now in his second spell with the club.
Pat Jennings
Promising young midfielder who has graduated from youth football.
James Cornish
Goalscoring midfielder whose work ethic and never way die attitude gain the respect of his team mates.  Has LoW experience with Deeside based Flint Town United.
(Dob:  12-09-1969)
Josh Jones
Teenage winger signed from Welsh Alliance side Bethesda Athletic, son of former Wales and Liverpool defender Joey Jones.  Joined Llandudno in October 2004.
Adie Hoyle
Signed from Ruthin Town in March 2003 who has Unibond and Lancashire League experience with local rivals Colwyn Bay.
(Dob:   20-12-1983)
Rob King
Midfielder signed from Glan Conwy in October 2004.
Deiniol Graham
Well travelled a well respected striker whose career began at Manchester United before gaining League experience with Barnsley.  In non league circles Deiniol played for Colwyn Bay, Cwmbran Town and more briefly Bangor City.
(Dob:   04-10-1969)
Grant Montgomery
Much travelled local striker whose previous club include LoW side Cefn Druids.  Back at Llandudno after a brief spell with Bethesda Athletic.
(Dob:   15-07-1972)
Rob Lloyd
Merseyside based striker whose pace and direct running unsettles defences.


 

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Phil Owen
   
   
Talented Anglesey based goalkeeper whose has LoW experienced with Caernarfon Town and Cemaes Bay.  Previous clubs include Manchester City and Bradford.
(Dob:  11-01-1975)
Lee Thornton Goalkeeper, normally back up to Phil Owen.
Bleddyn Jones Promising defender who has played for a number for local clubs.
Peter Jarvis Defender who usually occupies the leftback position.
James Kincaid Experienced defender previously with Wrexham and Chester City.
Gregg Harris Teenage central defender who has impressed so far.
Grant Harris Teenage full back normally plays on the right.
Carl Nicholls Left footed defender signed from Cymru Alliance rivals Holyhead.
Gwyddion Meurig Utility player comfortable in defence or midfield, previously with CA rivals Holywell Town.
Chris Johnson Midfielder signed during the summer of 2003.
Stephen Roberts Midfielder, younger brother of Caernarfon Town fullback Paul Roberts.
James Cornish
   
     
Goalscoring midfielder whose work ethic and never way die attitude gain the respect of his team mates.  Has LoW experience with Deeside based Flint Town United.
(Dob:  12-09-1969)
Robbie Williams
 

 

Hard working, skilful midfielder signed from local rivals Colwyn Bay, but better known as a Welsh Cup winner with Bangor City in 2000 and for his association with Conwy United.  Considerable Unibond and WP experience.
(Dob:  10-02-1978)
Joe Carey Powerful ball winning midfielder, has Welsh Premiership experience for Conwy United.
Dean Hughes
     
Hard working forward whose tireless work and eye for a goal are an asset to the team.  Has represented Wales U18s.
Rene Pinaud
    
   
Pacey winger whose darting runs can light up any match, previous clubs include Bangor City and more recently Cefn Druids.  Signed from Buckley in September 2002.
(Dob:  19-09-1971)
Adie Hoyle Signed from Ruthin Town in March 2003.
Grant Montgomery

 

Much travelled local striker whose previous club include LoW side Cefn Druids.  Now also assistant manager.
(Dob:   15-07-1972)
Mally Tidswell

 

Vastly experienced midfielder back at the club after a season with Caernarfon Town in the LoW.  Other LoW clubs include Conwy United and Holywell Town.
(Dob:   12-02-1973)