SEVERAL more influential squad members have committed to Conwy Borough for the upcoming season.

The Tangerines’ management team have been busy during the early stages of the off-season getting some of their star names to pen new deals at Y Morfa, with the Tier Two North side confirming four more have decided to stay on.

Talented midfielder Leigh Craven has agreed terms after a stop-start campaign in the Huws Gray Alliance, with the playmaker also playing a leading role during their treble-winning season of 2017/18.

Chairman Chris Wilton, said:” Last season was a bit stop start for Leigh but with a consistent run of games he can be a major player in midfield.

“He is the most experienced members of the squad and will be able to set an example for up and coming youngsters.”

Another to sign on for the Tangerines is Adam Pritchard, who joined from Llangefni Town at the back end of the season following stint playing in the United States, with gifted young defender Anthony Marshall accepting a new offer from the club.

Marshall made a huge impression throughout the season after joining from Llandudno last summer, with squad mainstay Guto Hughes rounding off the recent deals.

“Ant was terrific last season and for a young player he has turned in some really assured performances,” added Wilton.

“It is really pleasing that we can attract young talented players to Y Morfa to ensure a bright future for the club.”