WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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WITH John Disney returning to Connah's Quay, Bala Town have anounced another six departures from Maes Tegid.

Midfielder Jordan Evans, 22, is joining Cefn Druids after scoring four goals from 27 (+8) Welsh Premier appearances for the :Lakesiders. A product of the Wrexham Centre of Excellence who left at the age of 16 to join Fulham, Evans returned to the Racecourse in 2016 but was released six months later and signed for Bala. Capped seven times by the Wales Under-21s, he scoring in the Welsh Cup final win over TNS in May 2017.

Experienced midfielder Glenn Rule is leaving to return to Stalybridge Celtic. A product of the youth academy at Chester City where he made some 28 appearances after making his debut as a substitute against Carlisle United in October 2007 as a 17-year old, Rule had a brief spell at Colwyn Bay and joined Stalybridge for 2010/11, moving to Airbus UK Broughton in May 2011. He spent four years with the Wingmakers before being signed by Stockport County in June 2015, but returned to Broughton in the January 2017 transfer window, leaving to join Bala in the summer of the same year, making a total of 115 (+19) WPL appearances and scoring 12 goals.

Also departing are full backs Lewis Short and Lee Owens, Andrai Jones and Dave Thompson.