RHUDDLAN Town manager Wayne Hughes has received a boost with three more members of his title-winning squad committing their futures to the club.

The Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division champions will be looking to progress considerably next season, and they will be further aided by the re-signing of prolific forward Matty Rees.

The talented player was at the top of his game for a Town side that led the standings from start-to-finish, and Rees eventually finished second in the league goalscoring charts behind teammate Jay Whitehouse.

With Whitehouse set to make a move to CPD Y Rhyl 1879 in the coming weeks, the onus will be on Rees to step up and lead the line going forward.

Another that has committed their future to the club is goalkeeper Jordie Baker, who provided the squad with an assured presence throughout the campaign last time around.

The player is also set to take his first steps into management next season after replacing long-serving boss John Clayton at Denbigh Town Ladies.

Rounding off the latest batch of committals for Rhuddlan is Connor Bucknall, who came on leaps and bounds last season and is set to be a key component once again next term.

The energetic full-back is a real presence at both ends of the pitch, and this was further reflected in the eight goals he scored from a defensive position.