PICTURE by Bangor 1876.
A VERSATILE player who was a quality addition to that dominant Bangor 1876 side who won the Gwynedd League in their first season as a club.
Over the years, Lock, whose cousin Matthew also starred for 1876 last season, has represented the likes of Beaumaris Town, Gaerwen, Bethesda Athletic and Glantraeth, winning a Welsh Alliance one medal with the latter in 2016/17.
A player who can slot comfortably into the midfield or the defence, he had also won the Gwynedd League and cup double with Menai Tigers in 2018/19.
And that kind of experience of winning silverware made the local 27-year-old a key player within a squad which was otherwise made up of a great mix of former Welsh Premier players and some of the best up and coming talent around.
A hard-working player who has also got a wicked long throw in his locker, Lock impressed many 1876 fans with his performances along the way to the title I’m sure, as he also contributed four goals to the free-scoring side. That included a stunner against a strong Llysfaen side in the Junior Cup quarter finals, which 1876 advanced from.