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CARMARTHEN Town boss Mark Aizlewood has made five new additions to his squad, two of whom have previous Welsh Premier experience.

Wingman Kostya Georgievsky, 21, was a youth team player promoted to the first team squad at Port Talbot Town before joining Aberystwyth Town in July 2016, transferring to Penybont in March of this year after scoring twice from 18 (+12) WPL appearances.

Liam Walsh, 21, signed a two-year scholarship contract with Swindon Town in 2012 and played mostly for the youth team. Released in May 2014 he joined Wrexham under the Glyndwr Wrexham Football Academy to study Sport and Exercise Sciences at Glyndwr University, joined Prestatyn Town on-loan in February 2015. Walsh was loaned to Rhyl in June 2016 and then to Gresford Athletic.

Also arriving at Richmond Park are Kyle Williams, Scott Delaney and Tyler Brock. Williams is a winger who has recently played for Risca United and Goytre. Delaney is a nephew of ex-Carmarthen Welsh international Mark Delaney and joins from Goodwick United, while Brock signs from Pontardawe Town.