RHYL director of football Eddie Maurice-Jones has further bolstered his squad with two new arrivals.

The Huws Gray Alliance promotion hopefuls announced that gifted youngster Cai Owen has joined the club from JD Welsh Premier League side Llandudno, with striker Liam Chambers also agreeing terms subject to international clearance.

Owen arrives on loan from the Giant Hospitality Stadium after signing for Iwan Williams from Bangor City this summer, and he featured for the Lilies in their thrilling Nathaniel MG Cup success over Caernarfon Town last week.

Chambers is a physical presence in the final third of the field and impressed the management team during the pre-season. He represented Macclesfield Town’s U21 side last term and also enjoyed a spell with Lowland League side Gala Fairydean Rovers in Scotland.

Maurice-Jones, said: "Cai’s a player I’ve admired for some years and kept an eye on his progress whilst at Bangor.

“I nearly got the chance to work with him last season but injury prevented that from happening. I’m delighted we have been able to get Cai on loan from Llandudno, he’s a very talented player with lots of potential.

“Cai is technically good with a great understanding of the game, his decision making is outstanding and he’ll be a great addition to the squad."

"Liam joined the team late on in pre-season and impressed straight away. A powerful forward with a great touch and technique.

“Liam is eager to join the squad but is waiting for international clearness before making his debut. I’m sure Liam will be a big success and offer the team a different dimension with his strength and speed."