Caernarfon Town FC
Caernarfon Town FC
The Canaries

1st Team Pen Pictures 2017/2018

Alex Ramsay (Goalkeeper)

Alex Ramsay left TNS at the end of the 2012/13 season and joined Rhyl FC after a very successful loan spell at Belle Vue, which saw him help the Lilywhites to get back in to the Welsh Premier League. Alex is still a young keeper who came through the TNS Scholarship Scheme. He was loaned to Caersws in 2010/11, where he was voted players' player of the season and young player of the season. Has also played for Chirk AAA. His potential was rewarded by the Saints with inclusion in the Europa League squad in 2011 and a professional contract. He was then loaned out again to Rhyl, so he enjoyed two seasons in the Cymru Alliance, before stepping up to the WPL as a first-choice keeper. He was also the TNS goalkeeper in the UEFA Futsal Cup and has gained International recognition as a futsal goalkeeper. Also capped by Wales at U18 Semi-Pro level. Played for Llanelli Town before joining the Canaries in November 2016.

Liam Jones (Goalkeeper)

Liam signed as deputy for Alex Ramsay in the summer of 2017 after some impressive performances during pre-season. Has been a valuable member of Llandudno’s Under 19s squad and is considered to be an excellent prospect.

Clive Williams (Defender)

Penygroes-based defender who came up through the academy ranks at Bangor City and broke into the first team before being loaned to Porthmadog. Joined Town during 2012/13 and has proved to be an excellent signing both in defence and as a forward.

Chris Williams (Defender)

Joined Porthmadog from Chester City in the summer of 2011. Hails from Llanfairpwll and played a significant part in the Chester promotion winning season in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League, made 29 (+6) appearances A member of the Llangefni Cymru Alliance championship winning team of 2009/10. Signed from Porthmadog during the summer of 2013.

Rhys Roberts (Defender)

A calm and composed left footed defender who appeared briefly for Bangor City before establishing himself at centreback - and occasionally centreforward - at Porthmadog. Bangor born Rhys made 124 Welsh Premier appearances for Port before adding 25 more over two seasons with Airbus UK.  Previously played for Llangefni in the Cymru Alliance. Signed from Holyhead Hotspur in the summer of 2017.

Joe Williams (Defender)

Impressive right-back who has signed for the Canaries from promoted Llandudno. St Asaph born defender Joe joined Llandudno from local rivals Conwy Borough in January 2013.  Joe has also played for Glan Conwy in the Welsh Alliance League.
Gareth Edwards (Defender)

Gareth signed for Town from Cefn Druids in August 2014 where he was also captain. Tall and imposing central defender who has proved to be an invaluable addition to the defence. Has also played in the Huws Gray Alliance for Buckley Town.

Nathan Craig (Midfield)

Nathan came up through the ranks at Everton and played in the first team before being released in 2011. Has also made several Welsh Under 21 appearances. Signed for Caernarfon in 2012 before again turning professional at Torquay United in 2013. Went on loan to Dorchester Town before returning to Caernarfon to take up the new post of Football in the Community Director and re-signing for the Club. One of the best players in North Wales and an extremely valuable addition to the squad.

Ryan Williams (Midfield)

Locally based Ryan joins the Canaries from Wrexham where he starred last season as a member of the U18s squad. An exciting addition to the Canaries squad for this season.

Aaron Davies-Thomas (Forward)

17-year old Aaron broke into the first team squad last season where he was also top scorer for the Reserves. One to watch for the future and will hope to build on his success this season.

Gareth Evans (Midfield)

Signed for the Canaries from Llandudno during the summer of 2017 where he was regarded as an excellent box-to-box midfielder. Also played in the Conference North with Colwyn Bay. Is sure to be a valuable addition to the squad.

Jay Gibbs (Midfield/Forward)

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. Jay rejoined The Harbourmen in September 2012 before moving to The Oval during the summer of 2014. A mainstay of the midfield last season and sure to be influential again this season.

Kevin Roberts (Midfield)

A firm favourite with Town fans for several seasons. Kevin was part of the squad that lifted the Welsh Alliance League trophy and the FAW Trophy in 2013. Has also played for Bangor City, LlanfairPG, Bethesda Athletic, Porthmadog and Glantraeth.

Darren Thomas (Forward)

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 hattricks for the Anglesey club and quickly collecting 13 goals from 31 Welsh Premier appearances. A vital member of the Canaries attack.

Danny Brookwell (Forward)

Locally Danny last played for Menai Bridge but has represented the Royal Navy at under 19 and under 23 level. He has twice represented the Service at the Dallas Cup in Texas and in 2012 was nominated for the Royal Navy's Young Sports Person of the Year award. Signed from Glantraeth in September 2015. Represented Ynys Mon at the Island Games in 2017.

Jamie Breese (Striker)

Signed for Town in the summer of 2015 after finishing as Huws Gray Alliance leading scorer in 2015/16 whilst playing for Llanidloes Town. Based in Welshpool, Jamie has already proved himself to be a prolific goalscorer and was the Club’s leading scorer last season. Has also played for Newtown and Welshpool Town.