PICTURE by Bangor University FC.
A SERIOUSLY talented player who really stood out for a Boded side that finished in seventh in Welsh Alliance One last season.
Before moving to live in Bangor for University from Worcester four years ago, Clark represented the likes of Worcester City. Upon moving here, he signed for Bangor City Reserves before switching to Bodedern Athletic.
The 22-year-old attacker, who’s also been a real star for Bangor University’s first team over the past few years, scored 11 goals for Ricky Williams’ team in 2019/20 and once again proved to be a quality player at tier three level.
Having spent two successful seasons with the Green and White Army, Clark proved to be a brilliant servant to Boded before making the step up to the Cymru North with Conwy Borough in the January transfer window.
It’s been quite the year for Clark overall, as he finished up a Masters Degree in Exercise Rehabilitation (having already completed a three-year degree studying Sports Psychology) at Bangor University. Furthermore, he was chosen as Bangor Uni’s Athletics Union’s ‘Sportsman of the Year’ having smashed in 23 goals in just 13 matches for the first team.
A quality player who will no doubt fit in effortlessly in the second tier of Welsh football with Borough.