WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

Share this article

Submit to DeliciousSubmit to DiggSubmit to FacebookSubmit to Google PlusSubmit to StumbleuponSubmit to TwitterSubmit to LinkedIn

JOURNEYMAN ex-Welsh Premier striker Carl Lamb has joined Colwyn Bay from Denbigh Town.

The 31-year-old joined Bangor City from Cammell Laird at the beginning of March 2005 and scored on his debut at Welshpool Town. 

Lamb transferred to Cefn Druids in the 2006 close season but his contract was terminated by mutual consent in early December. 

He then signed for The New Saints in January 2007, but was released in April 2008 and joined Blue Square North outfit Droylsden. 

Released in August 2009, Lamb returned to the Welsh Premier with Welshpool but left for Witton Albion in November. He made a surprise return to the Welsh Premier with Aberystwyth Town in January 2012 but stayed only a few weeks before joining Buckley Town. 

After a spell in Australia, Lamb made a surprise switch to the Football League with Chesterfield in September 2014 but did not make a first team appearance and joined Alfreton Town before joining Rhyl in January 2015, where he was released at the end of the season.

Meanwhile, another former Druid, Kevin Holsgrove has left Llanelian Road to return to his parent club Stockport County, having made 15 (+6) appearances for the Bay this season, scoring two goals.

About Us

This is an independent site which has no official connection with the league or its clubs. The help of Soccerfile Wales, the league's official statisticians, in supplying information is gratefully acknowledged.

Visitors

1.png8.png6.png5.png6.png4.png7.png3.png

26 September 2017

Site sponsor


The leading bookmakers for the Welsh Premier League.