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FLINT Town United manager Aden Shannon has landed the signature of former Levi Mackin, admitting he's been chasing the former Rhyl midfielder all summer.

"I'm absolutely made up to announce the signing of Levi Mackin from Rhyl," Shannon says.

"He's someone I've been after all summer and we've managed to beat off a host of other clubs who were all desperate to get him."

The 30-year-old is a former Wales Under-21 international who came through the youth ranks at Wrexham and made his first-team debut in 2003/4. 

After 61 appearances for the Red Dragons, Mackin was loaned to York City before being released and making a permanent move to the Minstermen. 

He joined Alfreton Town in 2011 and then moved to Chester before signing for Bangor City in January 2013. 

A brief stay with the Citizens ended with a move to Conwy Borough in May 2013 but he returned to the WPL with Rhyl a year later, leaving by mutual agreement in August 2016 after a career total of three goals from 47 (+12) WPL appearances.