Goalkeeper signed from Newtown at the beginning of last season having previously played for Penycae, Caernarfon Town, Llay Welfare Gresford Athletic and Bala Town. Great shot stopper and his experience will be i nvaluable for the Wellmen this season.
Goalkeeper signed for the Reserves a few months ago and also doubles up as cover for Mike Platt. Turner is well known among North Wales football and is a massive asset for the club.
Signed during the close season having played for Airbus FC, where he made his WPL debut against Newtown in March 2014. Lee is a young player with a big future in the game.
Tall Experienced Defender who won the Welsh Alliance League playing for Rhydymwyn a few season’s ago. Griffith scored the last minute winner against Porthmadog in the Quarter Final of the Welsh Cup a couple of seasons ago. ( ) Jonathon Jones Jonathon signed last season from Cheshire side Winsford United. Jones is a tall centre back and has strengthened the back line since his addition to the squad.
Signed last year from Buckley Town. Ryan has experience of playing at a higher level and also represented Chester City. Ryan been out injured for a few months but returned into the squad at the end of last season.
Another to have signed from Airbus last season and had an excellent pre-season with the Wellmen and will be a great addition to the Wellmen’s squad this season. Already amongst the goals and was Town’s top scorer last season
Town stalwart Roebuck is a young attacking midfielder who plays well beyond his years. Tony’s a tough tackling midfielder who has an eye for goal.
Fast, attacking forward who can play either upfront or on the wing. Steve was Welsh Alliance player of the season a couple of season’s back and scored two goals in the FAW Trophy final in 2010/11.
Signed a couple of seasons ago from neighbours Greenfield. Graeme has made some impressive displays for the Wellmen and has scored some important goals during the season.
Tom’s a skilful midfielder who signed a couple of season’s ago from Cefn Druids, despite interesting a number of other clubs. Tom’s a Playmaker who can pick out a long pass and is a set piece specialist. Club Captain.
Paul Williams This is Paul’s third season playing for his hometown club after a successful few years at Flint Town United. He has already established himself as a fan’s favourite and has scored a few important goals last season.
Phil Lloyd Lloyd
Signed for the club having played for Flint Town United a couple of season’s ago. Lloyd progressed through the ranks at Flint Town United and has pace and power and not short of confidence in front of goal.
Recently signed from Flint Town United and has Welsh Premier League experience with Bala Town. Proven goalscorer and adds experience to Town’s squad.
Paul D Williams
Ex Wellmen captain who signed for Greenfield last season. Midfielder with an eye for goal, Paul’s experience will benefit the club now he has returned to the club.
Brady made his debut for the first team after impressing for the Reserves. 18 year old McGilloway signed for the Wellmen from Stoke City after he was released by the Premier League Club. Has a massive future in the game.
James signed for the Wellmen from Everton where he was on professional forms. Young Defender James has also represented Wales at various age groups and is a massive signing for the club. Has won the U18 Premier League with Everton.
Luke signed for the Wellmen from Welsh Premier League side Rhyl. Luke scored 4 goals in his first trial for the Wellmen and impressed that he signed for the club shortly afterwards.
Sam signed for the Wellmen in the summer after being released by Denbigh Town. Sam is a prolific goalscorer both in the Senior League as well as the Summer League and scored the winning goal against Connahs Quay Nomads in last season’s Word Cup to set up a final against TNS.
Recently signed for the Wellmen, Gareth’s previous clubs include Conwy United, Caersws, Airbus, TNS and Wrexham. Cenral Defender Sudlow’s experience will be a big boost for the Wellmen.
Midfielder Smith signed for the Wellmen after being released by Stoke City. Smith has represented Wales at Youth level and will be looking to cementing a first team berth with the Wellmen.
Attacker Bridge signed during the close season from Welsh Alliance side Glantraeth. Bridge was the top scorer in last season’s Welsh Alliance league and is hoping to transfer that form into the Huws Gray Alliance
Player / Manager: John Haseldin This season’s player manager, John is an experienced midfielder who has captained Holywell Town and Flint Town United in the Cymru Alliance. He Re-joined the Wellmen a couple of season’s ago after spells at Rhydymwyn and Greenfield FC. Strong in the air and has an eye for goal, John made the step up to the Managerial ranks a couple of season’s ago and is well respected in the local football circle.
Assistant Manager: Chris Boulton
Chris played for Holywell over a number of years and after finishing his playing career, concentrated on coaching Flintshire Schoolboys Football Side. Once the opportunity arose to be Haseldin’s Assistant, Chris jumped at the chance to be in the dug out in senior football.
Coach: Andy Lewis
Andy joined the club a couple of seasons ago and came here with John James from Denbigh Town. Andy is a qualified coach and he has brought a lot of fun to his coaching sessions and like John James, his knowledge of the local football scene has proved a great asset to the club.
Physio: Ray Williams
Ray returned to Holywell Town as club physio a couple of season’s ago after a few years out of the game. Ray was at the club when we were founder members of the League of Wales and is an excellent addition to the Club with his experience