HOMETOWN hero Gareth Evans has left Llandudno to join Huws Gray Alliance side Caernarfon Town.The talented midfielder announced the shock departure on Monday after a two-year stint with Alan Morgan’s side, where he helped them achieve Europa League football and establish themselves in the Welsh Premier League.The acquisition of the former Colwyn Bay star represents a significant coup for the Canaries, who have set their sights on regaining the title and securing promotion after finally obtaining their FAW Domestic License.Manager Iwan Williams, said: “Gaz is someone I've admired for a very long time. He's your typical box to box midfielder, has bags of quality, loves a tackle and has vast experience.“He has played in the English system for a very successful Colwyn Bay side under Frank Sinclair before helping Llandudno get to the Welsh Premier League. Since then he's experienced European football so comes in with the know-how required to reach the top level.“He's a close friend of mine so I know that Gaz will run through a brick wall for me. He's a massive coup for the football club and in my eyes a huge statement of intent in our quest to get Caernarfon Town Football Club into the Welsh Premier League.”