Experienced forward Davies and midfielder Owens snapped up by Llandudno
Llandudno have continued their January activity by announcing the signing of Bangor City forward Les Davies and former Aberystwyth midfielder Tom Owens.
Llandudno announced the signings of Ryan Wade, Jay Gibbs Zebb Edwards this week, whilst Ben Clarke had his loan deal extended at the club.
Les Davies and Tom Owens become the fourth and fifth signings at Llandudno this month, alongside four academy players agreeing on terms to professional deals with Iwan Williams’ side.
Owens last turned out for Aberystwyth Town in the JD Welsh Premier League, and reached the JD Welsh Cup final with the Seasiders last season, as Connah’s Quay Nomads picked up the trophy.
The midfielder will slot into Tudno’s squad ahead of their next game, on the back of two draws against Caernarfon Town.
Williams was delighted to secure his services.
“Tom Owens is a disciplined holding midfielder with bags of experience. He helped Aberystwyth reach the Welsh Cup final and his attributes are his distribution, his tenaciousness, work rate and his height,” the manager told the club website.
“We have been a small team recently so adding Tom will also add power in the air and given he is so disciplined, it will enable us to release the other midfielders we have to get higher up the pitch.
Tom is a great lad and is very versatile and a great acquisition to the fight we have in front of us as his strength of character is second to none.”
Upon the arrival of Les Davies, Iwan Williams said to LlandudnoFC.co.uk, that he was delighted to secure the addition of Les Davies.
“There’s no denying we’ve lacked power in the final third. Les is as experienced as they come and is suited for the fight we have ahead of us.”
“He is great In both boxes and will add so much to us as a team. He will give us a lift as you know what you get from him, He wanted to come in and help us get out of trouble, so I’m really looking forward to working with him.”
Davies only joined Bangor in the summer, but has now left the club to help try and guide Tudno to safety.
Llandudno have struggled for goals and recently lost Gary Taylor-Fletcher to Bangor as manager.
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