Bangor retain key duo ahead of Huws Gray season
Bangor City have retained the services of Alex Darlington and Luke Wall, despite their demotion to the Huws Gray Alliance.
Darlington joined the club in January, and Wall joined in the summer from Accrington Stanley, and were key players for the citizensin the top flight this season.
But, despite their demotion to the second tier, both players have agreed to continue with the club for the forthcoming season.
Darlington joined the club in January from champions The New Saints, ending his ten year spell with the Oswestry based outfit.
The striker won seven Welsh Premier League titles and four Welsh Cup medals during his tenure with the club who he joined from Wrexham in 2008.
Darlington will be joined next season by young winger Luke Wall.
Wall joined the club under the managerial rein of Kevin Nicholson, having played alongside Gary Taylor-Fletcher at Accrington Stanley.
The young wideman was recognised with the Welsh Premier League Young Player of the Year Award last term, and manager Craig Harrison has achieved a massive coup in retaining the services of the highly influential duo.
The club have lost a number of key players recently, but the announcement that the duo have agreed to help guide the club out of the Huws Gray Alliance next season will be a welcome boost for supporters of the club.
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