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Lloyd-Williams back at Bangor

Published: Friday 10 January 2003, 12.25CET
Bangor City FC have completed a deal to bring striker Marc Lloyd-Williams back to the Welsh Premiership.
Published: Friday 10 January 2003, 12.25CET

Lloyd-Williams back at Bangor

Bangor City FC have completed a deal to bring striker Marc Lloyd-Williams back to the Welsh Premiership.

Bangor City FC have completed a deal to bring striker Marc Lloyd-Williams back to the Welsh Premiership from English non-league side Southport FC.

Southport sojourn
The Wales B international left Farrar Road last summer after scoring 47 goals and narrowly missing out on the Golden Shoe. But he returns having failed to settle at Southport. To balance the books, Bangor manager Peter Davenport has sold forward Chris Moores to Caernarfon Town FC and the versatile Sean Hazledean to Newtown AFC.

Border crossings
Elsewhere, midfield player Tim Alexander has moved to Rhyl FC from TNS Llansantffraid FC, while Flexys Cefn Druids AFC have signed two strikers - Paul Gedman from English third division club Wrexham FC and Anthony Williams on loan from Lex XI FC. Welshpool Town AFC, meanwhile, have acquired midfield player Craig Sanders from Shrewsbury Town FC, also of the English third division.

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