LLANDUDNO FC have confirmed three signings as manager Sean Eardley begins making changes at the club.

The JD Cymru North side brought in Gareth Evans and Mike Pearson from Caernarfon Town, with talented youngster Morgan Owen returning to Maesdu Park following a spell at Colwyn Bay.

This is the latest in a series of expected moves by the new Tudno boss during the summer, with the popular hoping to turn around the club’s fortunes next time around.

Evans recently posted an emotional farewell to Canaries’ fans after announcing he was leaving the set-up following a hugely successful spell.

He has enjoyed plenty of success at Tudno in the past, and he rose to prominence as a member of the Colwyn Bay squad during their time in the English system.

Pearson is another who has enjoyed a successful career in the domestic game. The cultured defender’s best spell came at Connah’s Quay Nomads before moving to Tudno.

A short spell at Caernarfon followed, but the former Wales C international failed to make a notable impression due to a series of niggling injuries.

Eardey, said: “I’m buzzing I can continue working with Gaz and really excited on his return to Llandudno.

“He’s experienced and is your standard 7/8 out of 10 every week. The move worked out well with work commitments for him, and I’ll do my upmost to get the best out of him as he showed great from before lockdown struck.

“I’ve followed Mike’s career for many years and last season was so frustrating as the Cofi Army didn’t see the best of him after he suffered a bad injury early on.

“He had a point to prove whether he stayed or came to Llandudno and I’m really excited at the fact he chose to come to Maesdu Park.

“After speaking with him, there is a determination in his voice and a drive that will make him a key figure in our success.”

Owen started his career at Tudno’s Academy before joining Colwyn Bay, where he plenty of appearances as a substitute last season.

He also spent time on loan at Glan Conwy and helped them a superb finish in Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One.

“Morgan offers versatility and possesses raw strength and power for such a young lad,” added Eardley.

“Having experienced lads around him will help massively and myself and the management team are very happy to have him on board.”