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AFTER refusing new terms at Rhyl to remain in the Welsh Premier, Toby Jones has moved down the coast to return to one of his former clubs, Llandudno.

A prolific striker with Conwy United in the Welsh Alliance in 2010/11, Jones was snapped-up by Neath in July 2011 but, following the demise of the Eagles, he joined Airbus UK Broughton in the summer of 2012 and was loaned to his former club Conwy in January 2013.

Jones scored 13 goals for Llandudno in their Huws Gray Alliance title winning season before joining Caernarfon Town for 2015/16. He left The Oval after two months to rejoin Conwy, but returned to the Canaries in January 2016 before returning to the WPL with Rhyl in July 2016.

The 24-year-old has scored nine goals from 37 (+24) top flight appearances.

"At the time he left, I was disappointed to lose him when we won promotion," says Llandudno manager Alan Morgan. "I’ve been after him since January but he wanted to stay and help Rhyl in their relegation fight, which I commend him for and I add my thanks to Rhyl for their co-operation in this move."