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LLANDUDNO'S top scorer over the past three seasons, Marc Williams has announced his release from Maesdu Park.

Although the move has not yet been officially announced by the club, the 29-year-old confirmed the news with a message on Twitter on Sunday evening.

The shock news comes after a meeting with manager Iwan Williams, assistant Matty Williams and the club's board to discuss plans for the squad and the finances available for the 2018/19 season.

He said: “I would like to thank Llandudno supporters, players and Llandudno FC staff for an amazing three years. Appreciate the support and really proud of my achievements, good luck for next season.”

The former Welsh under-21 international made a big impact when signing for the Seasiders under Alan Morgan and was one of the main contributory factors behind their debut season success in the Welsh Premier League, scoring 27 goals from 80 starts.

Williams made 40 Football League appearances for Wrexham, where his brother Mike was also a player. After scoring 17 goals from a total of 80 appearances for the club, he switched to Kidderminster Harriers on a permanent deal after a loan spell before the start of the 2011/12 season.

Williams then joined Chester where he helped win promotion in 2013, following a short spell at Northwich Victoria. He signed for Colwyn Bay in October 2013, joining Llandudno in June 2015.