CLWB Pêl-Droed Bangor 1876 Football Club have secured the services of seven promising young talents for the upcoming season.

The roster for the club’s inaugural season in the Gwynedd League has been bolstered with the addition of Lukas Baltovic, Cameron Barry, Jos Lloyd, Luke Steele, Dylan Summers-Jones, Jamie Thomas and Cian Williams.

Attacking midfielder Baltovic, 25, hails from Košice, Slovakia and appeared for CPD Pwllheli in the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two last season.

Bangor-born Barry, 16, is the youngest recruit and is a talented central midfielder.

Pwllheli-based Lloyd, 20, is a naturally left-sided player, who is equally comfortable in a defensive or midfield role. Midfielder Steele is another Pen Llyn-based talent who has attracted the attention of the academies of several English Football League clubs.

Summers-Jones, 17, is a forward with a goal-scoring pedigree at Academy and Development level, with talented teenager Thomas offering versatility and can play in either defence or midfield.

Bangor-based Cian Williams, a 17-year-old ball-playing central defender, is another very notable acquisition to the newly formed squad, who received a major boost with the signings of trophy-laden duo Les Davies and Michael Johnston that sent shockwaves through the North Wales football scene.

A club spokesman, said: “Management duo Mel Jones and Dylan Williams have acted swiftly in securing the services of the youngsters and, with their reputation for developing local talent, further underline Bangor 1876’s commitment to building for the future.”