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Transfer merry-go-round in Wales

Published: Wednesday 11 December 2002, 16.29CET
There has been a flurry of transfer activity in the Welsh Premiership.

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Published: Wednesday 11 December 2002, 16.29CET

Transfer merry-go-round in Wales

There has been a flurry of transfer activity in the Welsh Premiership.
There has been a flurry of transfer activity in the Welsh Premiership with players moving in and out of the league.

Carmarthen capture
Former Barry Town AFC midfield player Darren Ryan has left English non-league side Newport County AFC to link up with Carmarthen Town AFC. Ryan formerly played for Shrewsbury Town FC in the English Football League.

Oswestry swoop
Meanwhile, striker John Black has joined struggling Oswestry Town FC from the Irish National League club Derry City FC. The Shropshire border men have also signed Scott Williams from Newtown AFC. Finally, new Llanelli FC manager Leighton James has snapped up defender Adam Bishop from non-league Goytre United FC.

Last updated: 11/12/02 23.11CET

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