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LLANDUDNO midfielder Gareth Evans has left to join Caernarfon Town's push for promotion from the Huws Gray Alliance to the Welsh Premier.

The 30-year-old first left Llandudno in 2010 to join Colwyn Bay where he spent several successful seasons before returning to Maesdu Park for the promotion-winning season.

He went on to make 24 (+9) WPL appearances, scoring once, and also appeared in one of the club's Europa League ties last season.

"Gaz is someone I've admired for a very long time," says Caernarfon manager Iwan Williams. "He's your typical box to box midfieder, has bags of quality, loves a tackle and has vast experience.

"Gaz has played in the English system for a very successful Colwyn Bay side under Frank Sinclair before helping Llandudno get to the Welsh Premier League. Since then he's experienced European football so comes in with the know-how required to reach the top level. 

"He's a close friend of mine so I know that Gaz will run through a brick wall for me. He's a massive coup for the football club and in my eyes a huge statement of intent in our quest to get Caernarfon Town Football Club into the Welsh Premier League."