CONWY Borough have received a significant boost with the news that Sean McCaffrey has committed his future to the club.

The talented forward has penned a new deal at Y Morfa as the Tangerines look to further establish themselves in JD Cymru North in the coming months, giving manager Russ Williams and director of football Warren Gibbs another valuable option to call upon as the season progresses.

The Tangerines have also made a number of additions to their squad, with gifted youngster Harry Galeotti agreeing terms from second tier rivals Llangefni Town.

Others to join the set-up are Dafydd Jones, Huw Shaw, Craig Whelan and Moses Barnett, which offset a number of departures from the club earlier this summer.

Barnett is no stranger to his new surroundings having played for the club previous following a move in 2015, and he started his career at Arsenal before joining Everton in 2007.

The left-back spent time on-loan at Darlington during the 2009/10 season, making four appearances in Sky Bet League Two.

He was released by the Toffees at the end of the season and joined Aberystwyth Town in August 2011 before going on to sign for EvoStik league side Burscough, and Barnett has also played for Caernarfon Town and Cefn Druids.

Chairman Chris Wilton, said: “We are delighted that Sean has signed on and it’s great that he will be joined by a host other talented young players from North Wales.

“It is also nice to see the experienced Moses Barnett back at the club.”