WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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Glyndwr Hughes
Hughes signed for Aberystwyth again in the summer of 2012 for one last season before hanging-up his boots in April 2013.

GLYNDWR Hughes was a one-club man in the Welsh Premier, starting his career in 1993 with Aberystwyth Town after joining from his local club Bont.
His talent was soon spotted by the Seasiders and he went on to score a club record 102 goals - 21st on the domestic league's all-time list - from 281 (+71) appearances.
A Welsh semi-professional international, Hughes - known as "Paddy" throughout the league - played two friendlies for Bont in pre-season 2010 and scored in their 7-0 demolition of Crannog, before signing on the dotted line to end his time at Park Avenue.
A Welsh semi-professional international, Hughes became the Welsh Premier's 21st centurion when the Seasiders defeated Cefn Druids 4-1 at Park Avenue in November 2009, four minutes after coming off the bench in the game's 92nd-minute.
Hughes was awarded a testimonial for his "outstanding commitment to the club" over 17 years by the Seasiders and retired from the Seasiders in 2013.

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26 March 2017

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