JAMIE INSALL is "buzzing" after signing a new one-year deal with Connah's Quay Nomads.

Insall, signed in April 2019, was an integral part of Nomads' Cymru Premier title success, the striker scoring 14 goals in the league to finish third in the standings behind Bala's Chris Venables and Greg Draper of The New Saints.

The 28-year-old old added another three goals in the Welsh Cup and League Cup - scoring a spectacular volley in the final as Nomads wrapped up a 3-0 success over STM Sports.

On signing his new deal, Insall, who played a key role in Nomads' Europa League adventures last summer, said: "I’m buzzing to sign an extension on my contract at Connah’s Quay Nomads.

"I’m really looking forward to helping the side establish ourselves as number one going forward in this league and the Champions League will be something we will be ready for - I’m excited to be a part of this amazing competition for the first time.”

Manager Andy Morrison was pleased to fight off competition from elsewhere for the livewire front man.

Morrison said: “We have fought off strong competition to get Jamie re-signed.

"After speaking to him, it was clear that he wanted to stay at Connah’s Quay Nomads.

"I expect Jamie to kick on again next season.”

Sean Eardley, meanwhile, has left Caernarfon Town to become boss of hometown club Llandudno.

Eardley will take over his hometown club, who ply their trade in the Cymru North, after just under three years as boss of Caernarfon.

In an open letter to the club's loyal supporters, Eardley explained: “It comes with great sadness that I’m stepping away from my role at Caernarfon Town.

"It has been a stressful and emotional couple of days, I have spoken to lots of people to try and aid me with a decision but realised ultimately it would come down to me and doing what’s right for me and my family at this time.

"An opportunity has arisen to manage my hometown club Llandudno and I feel the day to day stresses of top flight Welsh domestic football would again eventually become a little too much.

"Some may argue that the stresses may continue, but I’ve considered my own personal life when reaching a decision and concentrated a little less on the football aspect.

"Caernarfon Town, none more so than the board, gave me my first opportunity in management and for that I will be forever indebted."

Eardley's departure means Huw Griffiths will be in charge of the Canaries.