ALL of AFE’s Stars of the 2019/20 Season revealed!

WELL, there you have it ladies and gentlemen. After nearly a month-and-a-half, my Stars of the 2019/20 Season series has officially come to an end.

What started out as just wanting to cover around 50 players at a lower level (particularly on Anglesey where I’m based and in Gwynedd), grew into a much bigger series and one that I thoroughly enjoyed covering.

Unfortunately I couldn’t cover every club I wanted to nor every player who deserves a mention either most likely, but if there is another one who you would like to see featured then please do get in touch and I’ll happily mention them.

Here’s the complete list of every player I covered since Christmas Eve 2020 ranging from tiers 2 to 6. A total of 231 players were featured.

*players who played for two clubs during course of the season come under club they last played for in 2019/20.


Jordan Davies (yellow) of Prestatyn Town.

Bangor City – Francesco Serafino and Lucas Surber

Colwyn Bay – Callum Parry, Andy Coughlin, Tom McCready, Mitch Bryant and Cai Owen

Conwy Borough – Aidan Clark, Corrig McGonigle, Craig Whelan and Sean McCaffrey

Corwen – Scott Evans

Flint Town United – Mark Cadwallader, Tom Kemp, Richie Foulkes and John Danby

Guilsfield – Adam Jenkins and Sam Litchfield

Gresford Athletic – Jake Eyre

Llandudno – Dean Seager

Llangefni Town – Gari Owen and Alun Roberts

Llanrhaeadr YM – Iwan Matthews

Penrhyncoch – Jonathan Foligno

Porthmadog – Shaun Cavanagh and Ifan Emlyn Jones

Prestatyn Town – Rob Hughes, Jordan Davies, Kai Edwards, Ben Maher, Dan Roberts, Jack Kenny, Alex Jones and Michael Parker

Ruthin Town – Llyr Morris and Osian Davies


Denbigh Town sharp shooter Jake Walker.

Blaenau Amateurs – Meilir Williams

Bodedern Athletic – Dean Redmond, Casey Boylan, Dion Evans, Callum Thomas

Denbigh Town – Jake Walker and Mark Roberts

Glan Conwy – Conor Davies

Greenfield – Sam Jones

Holyhead Hotspur – Robert Jones, Alex Jones, Deian Parry, Chris Jones, Asa Thomas, Sam Ashworth, Kenleigh Owen, Dan McGinness

Mynydd Llandegai – Osian Jones

Nantlle Vale – Cai Henshaw and Aaron Davies-Thomas

Penrhyndeudraeth- Steven Jones

St Asaph City – Josh Brown


Llannefydd’s Elgan Roberts.

Aberffraw – Nathan Moore, Richard Roberts and Gary Bolton

Amlwch Town – Luke McGivern and Dan Jones

Gaerwen – Iwan Williams, Chris Bennett, Tim Cavanagh, Llion Vaughan, Darren Lewthwaite and Sean Pritchard

Gwalchmai – Corey Sinnott and Marc Evans

Kinmel Bay – Matty Griffiths

Llandudno Amateurs – Ryan Rowlands

Llandudno Junction – Jack Williams

Llannefydd – Elgan Roberts and Nico Clwyd

Penmaenmawr Phoenix – Alfie Caldecott

Pentraeth – Gwynedd Hughes, Taylor Jones, Rees Roberts and Marc Lock

Pwllheli – Dafydd Gwyn Jones

Y Felinheli – Iwan Owen and Gruff John


Dylan Summers Jones of Bangor 1876. PIC: Wynne Evans.

Bangor 1876 – Dylan Summers-Jones, Michael Johnston, Jamie Petrie, Les Davies, Cian Williams, Cameron Barry, Sion Parry, Shaun Lock, Jos Lloyd Jones and Dylan Williams

Bethesda Athletic – Andy Clarke, Bradley Pickavance, Dan Richards, Shaun Morris and Ally Issa

Bontnewydd – Cai Penny-Williams and Morgan Roberts

Bro Goronwy – Jac Thomas and Jordan Edney

Caergybi – Ashley Beck, Nik Kontodios, Dave Webb, Marcus Bell, Glenn North, Kieran Weeks, Colm Foley and Casey Williams

Glantraeth – James Ryan, Brad Bland, Cai Evans, Cian Evans and Mark Hawkins

Llanerchymedd – Shaun Pritchard and Lewis Connor

Llangoed – Tom Zalot, Wayne Thomas, Sam Gregson, Matty Owen, Mark Thomas, Guy Hughes and Llion Roberts

Llanystumdwy – Darren Parry and Mark Godfrey

Menai Tigers – Callum Davidson, Mitchell Jones, Dafydd Healy, Jordan Pritchard, Kelvin Frazer, Tom Parry and Dave Baston

Nefyn United – Carl Jones, Dylan Sion Jones, Llyr Pennant, Tomos Llewelyn Jones and Gethin Trenholme

Ogwen Tigers – Shane Owen, Colin Ball, Marc Wilson, Kieran Bullock and Tomos Eames

Talysarn Celts – Glyn Hughes-Thomas , Luke Baum and Gerwyn Williams

Trearddur Bay Bulls – Konner Druce, Justin Williams, John Jones, Iolo Jones, Gwynfor Owen, Craig Moore and Jerome Sillence

Waunfawr – Meurig Parry and Jac Evans


Sam Williams of Mountain Rangers. PIC: Mike Pleming.

Arriva Bangor – Scott Hughes, Dion Williams, Jake Hughes, Dylan Jones and Ben Roberts

Bodorgan – Connor Rees, Aaron Jones, Luke Allaway, Ioan Thomas and Josh Roberts

Cefni – Ben Wright, Lee Lewis, Phil Davies, Henry Caldecott and Grahame Jones

Cemaes Bay – Keenan Downey, Steven Whittaker, Andy Williams, Luke McKittrick, Dylan Jones, Daniel Jones, Sol Williams, Dafydd Jones and Ryan Folksman

Holyhead Town – Robert Thomas, Tom Hadley, Tony Meyer, Charlie Diamond and Jenson Rowlands and Jordan Rowlands

Hotspur Reserves – Phil Jones, Mike Edwards, Cameron Eaton, Casey Gregg, Chris Corrie, Connor Hughes, Curt Williams and Mitchell Jones

Llandegfan – Gethin Griffith, Sam Short, Alex Clarke and Robert Boyes

Llanfairpwll – Owain Davies, Elliott Jones, Adam Thomas, Callum Jones, Kieran Williams, Ryan Evans and Jack Davies

Mountain Rangers – Sam Williams, Simon Kay, Declyn Williams, David Aaron Jones, Terry Watkinson, Jason Hughes, Tom Philp, Kevin Lloyd, Aaron Hughes and Rhys Wynne

Pentraeth Reserves – Lewis Owen, Luke Winter, Tom Jones and Matt Williams

Y Fali – Tudur Williams, Luke Miles, Paul Williams, Owain Roberts and Ryan Heywood


Amlwch Town Ladies star Lexi Crawley.

Sean Sheridan (Llysfaen)

Sion Emlyn Davies (Llangefni Town Reserves)

Luke Waller (Llangefni Town Reserves)

Lexi Crawley (Amlwch Town Ladies)

Ffion Owen (Amlwch Town Ladies)

Catrin Evans (Amlwch Town Ladies)

Erin Maloney (Bethel Ladies)

Rosie Hughes (Denbigh Lad


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