WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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AFTER spending the latter part of the season on-loan at gap Connah's Quay, Carmarthen Town's Cortez Belle is expected to complete a move to one of his former clubs, Port Talbot Town.

And Old Gold manager Mark Aizlewood thanked Belle for his efforts during a two year stint at Richmond Park.

"Cortez has had his time with us and I would like to place on record my thanks to him for the effort he put in when with the Old Gold," Aizlewood says.

"He is an excellent central defender and on occasions last season he proved to be a more than adequate emergency centre-forward."

The 32-year-old joined Carmarthen from the Steelmen in June 2013.

After scoring 44 goals in two seasons for Merthyr Tydfil, he joined Chester City but was allowed to go to Newport County on loan in March 2005. 

The move was made permanent and Belle remained at Spytty Park until a move to Llanelli. Released in the summer of 2007 he joined Halifax Town, later moving to Northwich Victoria and Chippenham Town. 

He rejoined Merthyr in 2009 before re-emerging in the Welsh Premier with Talbot in August 2011 and had scored 33 goals from 124 (+4) WPL appeareances.

 I hope that Tez will continue playing top grade football as he still has much to offer whichever club he joins," Aizlewood added.