More excellent news for Black and Greens Fans: Flying Winger Craig Williams joined Stuart Jones in committing himself to Aberystwyth Town for 2015/6 at Saturday's Club Dinner.
Williams' purposeful running, pinpoint crossing and goalscoring prowess ensured he was a virtual ever present for Ian Hughes's side last season, garnering 6 goals from 31 appearances. His exploits did not go unnoticed as he was nominated for the Welsh Premier League Team of the Season, selected by opposing Managers.
Craig arrived at Aberystwyth Town from Llanelli over the summer in 2013. He had returned to Llanelli on loan from TNS in January 2011, making the move permanent for the 2011/12 campaign. The winger made the shock switch from then-Champions Llanelli to The New Saints for an undisclosed fee in September 2008. After arriving at Stebonheath in November 2004 from Taffs Well, Craig became one of the longest-serving players at the club, playing for the Reds in the Intertoto Cup, the UEFA Cup and the Champions League and won the Welsh Premier League and Loosemores League Cup. At Aberystwyth Town he played in the Welsh Cup Final in May 2014, and the UEFA Europa League and Europa League Play Off Final the following season. He was also at Southampton as a youngster.
About to enter his fifteenth WPL season, Craig has previously represented Carmarthen, Llanelli and TNS, making a total of 281 appearances, scoring 67 goals.
Craig Williams is certain to be a key element of Aber's attacking force next season, and everyone at the Club is delighted to have him back on board next season.