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AFTER leaving Bangor City by mutual consent earlier this month, Jamie Brewerton has returned to Rhyl.

The 35-year-old, who was the club captain at Nantporth, has been out for 17 months with a potentially career-threatening knee injury.

A former Wales under-18 international who had a trial at Wolves, Brewerton started his WPL career with Conwy United and then spent several seasons at Rhyl before making a switch to Bangor in June 2008.

He won three successive Welsh Cup winner's medals with City in 2008, 2009 and 2010 before lifting the Welsh Premier title with the club a year later.

Brewerton's 24 European appearances are bettered by only three other Welsh Premier players, playing for both Rhyl and Bangor in the Champions League, Uefa Cup, the Europa League and the InterToto Cup.

He has scored a career total of 24 goals from 309 (+24) WPL appearances.

Brewerton featured in the Welsh Premier League for Conwy United and Rhyl before he joined City in June 2008.

Brewerton will be unable to feature for the Lilywhites until the January transfer window opens.