HUW Griffiths’ revolution at Caernarfon Town continues as three new faces were brought to the fold.

The club confirmed the arrivals of Asa Hamilton, Tyler French and Jack Fleming to The Oval, just a few hours removed from Nathan Craig outlining his decision to depart the set-up.

The trio become the latest to sign up for the Cofis’ third campaign at JD Cymru Premier level, with the likes of Iddon Price, Mike Hayes, Cory Williams, Cai Jones and Josh Tibbetts all joining the squad in recent weeks.

Hamilton is widely regarded as one of the most imposing strikers anywhere in the region. He signed for Rhyl FC last summer but moved on to Oswestry Town for the second half of the campaign.

He rose to prominence as part of the Guilsfield side that made their presence felt at second-tier level, before a high-profile switch to Airbus UK Broughton resulted in Hamilton playing a significant role in their convincing Huws Gray Alliance title triumph in 2018/19.

Fleming is a former Tranmere Rovers trainee that turned out for Burscough last season. The 21-year-old defender has also enjoyed spells at Skelmersdale United and Northwich Victoria within the English system, and he arrives at the club with a tremendous amount of potential.

Rounding off the Canaries’ latest batch of signings is French, who has a wealth of experience at clubs across the region and most recently turned out for newly promoted Llangefni Town in the JD Cymru North.

The stoppers can also list Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs, Bala Town, Porthmadog and Holywell Town amongst his former clubs, and he will try and fill some of the void left by Alex Ramsay following his move to the Lakesiders.