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Another Huws Gray Alliance club are seeking a new manager after Holyhead's Cambell Harrison has decided to step down

A club stement said

“The club wish to express extreme gratitude to the popular team boss for the great service he has given to the in what has been his second spell at Hotspur “In that time along with assistant manager Darren Garmey the Holy Islanders have become one of the most respected teams in a league which has developed into its most competitive in recent seasons since the formation of the Welsh pyramid second tier competition in 1990.

“Having to operate within a tight budget for financial reasons has often proved difficult in recruiting players from outside the area to augment the talented locals in the side, but has invariably finished in the top half of the league table, and it is only in the latter season that Holyhead Hotspur has ended in a lowly position.”

Harrison has left the role to concentrate more on family and his position as Headmaster of St Gerard’s School in Bangor.