Llandudno have this evening announced the signing of former Peterborough and Wycombe goalkeeper Alex Lynch. The stopper has previously played in the Welsh Premier League, featuring seven times for Bala Town in 2016.
Holyhead-born Lynch, 22, joins Llandudno as they prepare to play their first game of Phase Two in the Welsh Premier League at home to Newtown on Saturday.
Lynch, who joins Tudno from National League side Chester FC, played five times for the Welsh U17 team between 2011 and 2012.
Speaking to llandudnofc.co.uk, manager Iwan Williams said: “It’s fantastic to bring someone of Alex’s calibre to Llandudno Football Club. With the experience he has at his young age (22) it was a no brainer in bringing him in as he will further strengthen us going into the second phase.
He went on to say: “I have no doubt Alex will enjoy his time with us and be a success. He has all the attributes a keeper requires at this level, and even at a higher level.”
Lynch, who began his career at Welsh Alliance League Division 2 side Amlwch Town, has also had spells at Stamford, Hayes and Yeading and Burnham.
The former Peterborough stopper featured for Wycombe in their FA Cup Third Round tie against Aston Villa in January 2016.
The signing of Lynch rounds off a transfer window where Llandudno also brought in Jay Gibbs, Wes Baynes, Marc Evans, Robbie Parry and Joseph Carey Jnr.
(Featured Image: Naomi Jones of Bala Town)