Steve Thomas to leave Holywell for Llandudno
Holywell Town stalwart Steve Thomas will leave the club ahead of the 2018/19 season to join Llandudno.
Thomas has been at Holywell for 10 years making his debut for the club at the age of 17 under John Haseldin. Thomas made over 300 appearances and scored 100 goals for the club.
Thomas has had a very successful career at Holywell Town. Whilst playing for the North Wales outfit he was part of the treble winning side in the 2014/15 season. He’s also won the FAW Trophy on two occasions, and added both the Welsh Alliance player of year in 2009/10 and the Cymru Alliance player of the year in 2016/17 to his list of personal accolades.
After the news was broken that Steve Thomas will join Llandudno next season, Thomas thanked his new boss for the opportunity to ply his trade in the top flight.
“I’m delighted to be joining Llandudno and want to thank Iwan for giving me the opportunity to play in the WPL for this club. It was a hard decision to leave Holywell but I can’t wait to get started with Llandudno now and hopefully repay the faith that Iwan has showed in me. I was so impressed with the plans that the club has and knew I couldn’t miss out on this opportunity.”
Thomas joins a raft of new signings at Llandudno, as Iwan Williams begins to shape the squad in his own mould. Kai Edwards and Mike Pearson joined the club, with the former joining from Connah’s Quay Nomads and the latter from recently relegated Prestatyn Town.
Edwards joins the club with his two brothers Zyaac and Zebb Edwards at the club, after they linked up with the JD Welsh Premier League outfit from Prestatyn too.
Thomas will be hoping to make a big impact at the club after making the step up from Huws Gray Alliance.
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