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Adie Jones

Team: Other

Position: Manager

November 2011, rejoins the club for his second spell in charge in 

Jones hit 60 goals from 138 appearances in the Welsh Premier for Rhyl and Llansantffraid/Total Network Solutions in a career that also included a year as a full time professional with Chester City in the Football League after he broke his leg while on a 2 month trial with Manchester City where he scored against both Newcastle Utd and Sheffield Wed reserves while then playing for Newtown in the HFS Loans League. He then went on to spend two seasons at Bangor City who where then playing in the Northern Premier League. From there he signed for Rhyl and spent eight seasons where they lost to Cardiff City in the Final of the Welsh Cup at the old Cardiff Arms Park in front of 20,000, returning a few years after to win it with Llansantfraidd against Barry Town on penalties.

He set a club scoring record at Treflan in 1996/7 with 29 league goals in the season - later eclipsed by Marc Lloyd Williams - and honed his managerial skills at Rhyl before his departure to Caernarfon Town, who had been relegated to the Cymru Alliance.

Despite being forced to play the opening 10 matches away from home as the ground was redeveloped, Jones led the Canaries to the championship and back to the League of Wales at the first attempt.

Sacked in 2004, he was appointed manager of Unibond League Colwyn Bayfor two seasons before joining Llangefni in October 2006. A successfull striker and manager in the league, he returned to the top flight after guiding Llangefni Town to the Cymru Alliance title in 2007, leaving the club in December that year. He then went on to manage Ruthin Town for four season before rejoining Llangefni.

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