RHUDDLAN Town continued their preparations for the new season with an eye-catching 4-0 win at Abergele.

Wayne Hughes’ side turned in a hugely encouraging display against their Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division rivals, which is another strong indication of further improvement from his squad in relation to the upcoming campaign.

The visitors got off on the front foot and went ahead early on when Matthew Beach converted a chance, and they doubled their advantage soon after through a superb striker from Matty Rees.

Things got even better for the visitors as the friendly fixture wore on, with prolific forward Jordan Bellham and Zak Hughes also hitting the target to complete the rout.

The contest also featured an exceptional performance from midfielder Keiron Evans, who has agreed to sign on at the club in a playing capacity.

Evans announced his retirement from the game earlier this summer after sustaining a fractured his ankle for the second time in six years in their JT (Charlie) Jones Presidents’ Cup semi-final loss to Llandudno Athletic.

After a successful rehabilitation period, Evans has now opted to move from the dugout on to the pitch once again to aid Town’s cause, which is another massive boost for the entire set-up.

The playmaker was in tremendous form for Town last term, producing a series of consistent performance that earned him the Manager’s Player of the Year title from Hughes.

Also joining the club is Corey Taylor, who is another experienced figure that will add to the competition for places within the squad.