FORMER Wales Under-21 international, Leon Jeanne, has re-joined struggling Barry Town in time to play in Saturday's match at Newtown.
A youth player at Queens Park Rangers and then Cardiff City, Jeanne (above) came to Barry via Newport County and Port Talbot Town last season, making his debut as a substitute in the 5-0 thrashing of Talbot on their own ground at Victoria Road in January.
He took a leading role in the following two matches, scoring twice in the 4-2 win over Haverfordwest County and the only goal of the game in a win over Llanelli.
Since departing Jenner Park in June, Jeanne had played with Dinas Powys, for whom he scored in last week's 3-1 win over Garw, and is looking to re-build his career after being found not guilty of a recent charge of conspiracy to supply drugs.
The Dragons have also signed Dean Clarke and Josh Perry.
Clarke has previously played for his home town side, Hereford United, and Cheltenham Town as well as Newport County and Merthyr Tydfil. Recently he has been turning out for Hereford side, Westfields.
Josh Perry, 20, joins Barry from Pelsall Villa.
14 November 2003