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BANGOR City have made their first signings of the summer in midfielder Luke Wall and striker Sam Henry.

Wall is a 20-year-old winger and former Blackburn Rovers trainee who signed a one-year professional deal with the Lancashire club ahead of the 2015/16 season. Released a year later, Liverpool-born Wall signed for Accrington Stanley in July 2016. But, with first team opportunities limited at the Wham Stadium, he was loaned to Skelmersdale United, Clitheroe, and Marine in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League.

Henry has been a prolific goalscorer in the West Cheshire League with Blacon Youth and Blacon Thistle, claiming the top goal scorer award three seasons running before being sidelined by a broken leg for 18 months.

He returned to action with Welsh National League outfit Brickfield Rangers last season, before returning to Blacon Youth and netting 31 goals from 14 appearances during the second half of the campaign.