WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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MIDFIELDER Jay Gibbs has left Caernarfon Town to join his former Canaries' boss Iwan Williams at Llandudno.

The former Tranmere Rovers' youth spend time with Holyhead Hotspur before moving to The Oval and Williams says: "I obviously worked closely with Jay at Caernarfon and I know the qualities he possesses as a player.

"I certainly think he can add something to the team here at Llandudno and help us to push for that play off place we’re hopeful of getting come the end of the season."

Meanwhile, defender Danny Taylor has left Maesdu Park to return to Airbus UK Broughton, four and a half years after leaving The Airfield to join Colwyn Bay.

A 26-year-old Chester-born full back who began his career with Shrewsbury Town, Taylor made his Football League debut at the age of 17. But, despite signing a pro contract, he was released from the New Meadow a year later and signed for Airbus in July 2011.

After making 32 appearances in season 2011/12 he was allowed to leave my mutual consent in September 2012 to join Colwyn Bay, where he won both the players' player of the year and supporters' player of the year awards for the 2013/14 season.

Taylor also had a short spell with hometown club Chester before rejoining the Bay and then moving to Llandudno where he became a regular member of the first team squad, making 76 (+1) Welsh Premier appearances and scoring two goals.