PICTURE BY Trevor Owen
IF THERE’S two things that Caergybi certainly weren’t lacking this season then it’s goals and a midfield full of talent.
Louis Chapman deservedly grabbed all the headlines for them in North Wales Coast West Division One as he scored 51 goals in all competitions.
But there was another man who really caught everyone’s eye with a string of great performances in the midfield and that was Myles Jones.
The former Bodedern Athletic man joined the Millbank club last summer and was unsurprisingly an instant hit, assisting on his league debut in a 4-1 win over local rivals and former club Holyhead Town.
Strong on the ball, he’s been a real engine in the Cybi side this season and you can see the difference in the side when he hasn’t been available.
27-year-old Jones’ great vision saw him contribute 6 assists and he also scored 5 times giving him 11 goal contributions in 21 appearances.
He was also handed the Caergybi Player of the Season prize at their presentation night, completing a memorable personal season in which he helped the club finish fifth in the league and reach the semi-finals of the league cup.