On-off Aberystwyth defender Cledan Davies joins Cymru Alliance side Penrhyncoch
Aberystwyth Town stalwart Cledan Davies has left Park Avenue and dropped a division to join Cymru Alliance side Penrhyncoch.
The defender announced on his Twitter that he has swapped the Black and Green of Aberystwyth Town for the red of Penrhyncoch.
Aber who have yet to win in the top flight this season have seen a number of players leave the club over the course of the early season.
Davies has been playing on and off for Aber for eight years and was one of five first team players (others being Geoff Kellaway and Jack Rimmer) who are from the local area.
Harri Harwood and Matthew Jones also remain at the club following their promotion to the First Team.
A hard working player, Cledan can play on the wing or in defense and is known for being able to deliver excellent crosses into the box and for his work rate.
”After 8 years off and on I’ve decided to leave @AberystwythTown with a heavy heart. Can’t wait for my new challenge with @PenrhynCochFC”
Cledan signed for Aberystwyth from Tregaron Turfs in 2009 where he spent two years before moving to Carmarthen Town in 2011. He then returned to Park Avenue a year later before being loaned out to Caersws in September 2016 but returned a month later and was a starter in Mathew Bishop’s side in the 2016/17 season.
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