PICTURE by Cemaes Bay FC shows Lewis Connor on the ball for the club in a year gone by.
CEMAES BAY have bolstered their defensive ranks ahead of the new season as Lewis Connor returns to the North Wales Cost West Division One club.
The tall and commanding defender has represented the club on several occasions in the past – splitting his time between them and their now-tier five title rivals Llanerchymedd who he has made the switch over from.
Connor, who plays a centre back, was something of a cup hero for Anglesey League champions Cemaes Bay last season. He had returned to the club alongside a long list of other familiar names in the summer of 2019 as the old band got back together for the Anglesey Leagues last ever season.
And he proved to be a goal scoring star early on too, notching goals in the Elias Cup (2) and Lucas Oil Cup (5), as well as a goal in the 20-0 hammering of Holyhead Town Reserves in the Anglesey League.
But when January came, Connor decided to make the switch back to Llanerchymedd, where he had again been an influential figures in previous years. With the club having dropped down from the Welsh Alliance to the Gwynedd League, its squad was filled with young players and subsequently ended the season with zero points.
Now though, he’s back at the Bay and should prove to be a great asset to the club both offensively and defensively.
Connor featured in the club’s 1-1 draw with Bodedern Athletic just last night.