FLINT TOWN UNITED have continued to bolster their squad for next season after recruiting Sam Hart from Welsh Premier League side Llandudno.

The versatile 26-year-old can operate at left-back or in central midfield and has played in the Welsh top flight for the last six seasons in spells with Tudno, Bangor and Airbus.

Delighted Flint manager, Niall McGuinness said: “Sam’s a natural footballer with a sweet left foot and shows great composure and ability on the ball.

“The management team are delighted to have added Sam to the squad as he’s a player we’ve admired for a long time.

“Sam is an honest, hard working player who will not only increase the quality of the squad, but who will also suit our style of play, and how we want to approach the new season.”

In a change to their scheduled fixture against Tranmere Rovers’ development side, Flint will host Llandudno in a 2.30pm kick-off on Saturday.

Meanwhile, central defender Matty Harvey has rejoined Holywell Town after initially signing for Flint.

The experienced 27-year-old was a member of the 2014/15 Welsh Alliance-winning Holywell side and figured prominently for the club under former boss John Haseldin.

Harvey has already made a big impact upon his return to the Wellmen, netting twice in their 5-1 midweek victory over Heswall

Delighted manager Gareth Sudlow said: “I’m absolutely delighted to bring Harv back to Holywell. This is massive for us because what a player we have signed.

“Matty left the club with all the uncertainty in regards to the management team but once my appointment was announced and he had seen from afar what we have been doing, he has had a change of heart and I couldn’t be happier. To keep most of last year’s squad was paramount so this is amazing news.I also want to thank Flint Town United also in the way they have dealt with the transfer.”

Cymru Alliance rivals Airbus are in pre-season action on Saturday when they host Northern Premier League side Colwyn Bay.

The Wingmakers’ Academy side have lost the services of promising goalkeeper David Szczepaniak, who has signed for League Two club Morecambe.

Welsh National League sides are also in action as Mold Alexandra host Rhydymwyn,Penycae travel to Alsager Town while Rhostyllen visit Cefn Mawr Rangers.