WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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Lee HuntLEE Hunt's latest dismissal in a Rhyl shirt - his sixth in six seasons - has cost him a four-match ban, reports Lilywhites Online.
The striker's dismissal for violent conduct in the 0-0 Boxing Day draw with Prestatyn Town means he will not be eligible to play for the Lilywhites again until the Welsh Cup fourth round tie against Pontardawe Town on January 30.
Hunt will miss home league matches against Prestatyn Town, Airbus UK Broughton and Gap Connah's Quay, as well as the away game at Port Talbot.
The striker returned to Belle Vue this summer after leaving to join Barrow in May 2008, claiming that he was being targeted unfairly by Welsh Premier referees.
Since arriving back with the Lilywhites, he has been red-carded twice.
Meanwhile, Tyrone Kirk's loan deal from Macclesfield Town has become a permanent signing.
Kirk, 23, joined the Lilywhites in August and has made 11 Welsh Premier appearances to date.