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STEVE Lewis has left Rhyl to rejoin Holywell Town for a second spell.

The 29-year-old striker signed for Bala Town from Liverpool League outfit Essemay FC in January 2011 after being spotted playing against the Lakesiders in pre-season for Cammell Laird. After a brief spell at Maes Tegid, Lewis also had experience with Marine before joining Rhyl.

Released from Belle Vue at the end of season 2013/14, he signed for Cefn Druids but parted company with the Ancients before the season started. He then played in local football before joining Caernarfon Town in January 2015. Lewis returned to the WPL with Llandudno in June 2015 but moved to Holywell Town, signing for Bangor City in January 2016 and then joining Droylsden six months later.

He returned to Rhyl in December last year, but says: "I'm delighted to have signed back to Holywell Town, and if am honest, I didn't want to leave when Bangor City came in for me but at that time, certain circumstances made the decision for me but at the same time I don't regret it as I had a good couple of months with Bangor.

"Since then I've went on to play for Droylsden and Rhyl and never really settled at either club, it was strange at Rhyl, fans was class and I thought I should of been playing but wasn't and I've never been in that situation before. So I tried to get myself into the team, I did so but it was already too late by that time, and Rhyl was always going down to the Huws Gray Alliance."