RHYL have bolstered their attacking options with the signing of much-travelled forward Carl Lamb.

The forward arrives at the Corbett Sports Stadium after spells with Denbigh Town and Colwyn Bay last season. Lilies manager Niall McGuinness, said: "I am delighted to have agreed terms with Carl and I believe that he will give us a change of style in our play and a physical presence. “He’s extremely good in the air and I feel with the quality we have around him, it gives the opportunity for us to score goals from different areas. “I'm hoping Lamb also brings goals to the club, he has a good record and I'm hoping to get the best out of the centre forward. The club also announced that Levi Mackin has left the Dafabet Welsh Premier League side by mutual consent after three seasons due to “family and work commitments”. “Levi has been a massive part of the club in the last few years and he has been a great player for Rhyl FC,” added the boss. “He's a top footballer with a great attitude. I would like to thank Levi personally for his support to me since I have taken on the managerial role. He is a true professional and I wish him all the very best in the future.”