CONWY Borough have received a boost after a long-standing sponsorship deal was recently extended.

The Tangerines confirmed that Mel Owen Electrical will continue to be the team’s kit sponsor for the upcoming campaign, which is something the company has committed to for a considerable period.

Darren Griffiths, club director at Conwy Borough FC, said: “The club are very grateful for this generous sponsorship.

“Mel and his son Jonny are top blokes and not only does the business stand as a sponsor it provides great help and support to us on a daily basis - a sincere thanks from all of us.”

This is the latest in a series of positive developments at the club this summer, with new manager Matthew Jones putting together a talented squad that could push for a top-four position in JD Cymru North next season.

Prominent squad members such as top scorer Corrig McGonigle and creative midfielder Sean McCaffrey signed extensions at Y Morfa, and they will also be boosted by a host of impress-looking signings as Borough look to build on their sixth-placed finish under Chris Morrell last time out.

Goalkeeper Rory Crowther and hometown midfielder Tommy Creamer both joined the club from the wound-up Rhyl FC, with Scott McHarrie, Anthony Marshall and Kieran Edwards linking up with their former boss at Llandudno in a new environment.

Another notable addition to the squad is Conor Davies, who enjoyed a prolific spell at Glan Conwy and is sure to relish this step-up in class in the second tier.

The club has also re-formed their reserve team for the upcoming campaign as part of the new Football Association of Wales structure to improve player pathway across the country.