CONNAH’S QUAY NOMADS dominated the top-flight’s Team of the Season with six of their title winning side selected.

Goalkeeper Lewis Brass and defensive trio Danny Holmes, Priestley Farquharson and George Horan are included after Nomads conceded just 19 goals in 26 outings.

Midfielder Callum Morris and striker Michael Wilde also represented Nomads, who secured their first top-flight title, in the league’s best team.

The Team of the Season is voted for by the managers of the 12 Cymru Premier teams with each boss selecting a starting XI as well as six substitutes, including one goalkeeper, two defenders, two midfielders and a striker.

Managers were not allowed to select their own players, and the fact that half-a-dozen of his squad were picked by rival bosses delighted Nomads’ Andy Morrison.

“I feel incredibly proud when I see six of our Championship-winning squad in the Team of the Season,” said Morrison.

“The team is picked by the managers of every other club and the six players should be incredibly proud of the recognition they have been given.”

Brass, Holmes and Wilde were included after winning Nomads’ Supporters’ Player of the Season, Manager’s Player of the Season and Players’ Player of the Season and awards respectively, while Horan’s selection makes it four successive years for the former Chester defender.

Stopper Brass was delighted to be selected, tweeting: “Absolutely over the moon to be named in the @CymruLeagues team of the season in my first full season in the Welsh Premier League.”

Joining Holmes, Horan and Farquharson in defence is The New Saints’ left-back Chris Marriot, who is one of four players from Scott Ruscoe’s runners-up included.

New Nomads signing Aeron Edwards is in the heart of midfield with Morris, while Saints’ duo Jamie Mullan and Ryan Brobbel are out wide.

Up front with Wilde is Bala’s Golden Boot winner Chris Venables, who saw two of his now team-mates, goalkeeper Alex Ramsey and central defender Nathan Peate, named on the bench after impressing for Caernarfon and Cefn Druids respectively.

Caernarfon’s Darren Thomas, TNS’ hot-shot Greg Draper and Barry Town United duo Chris Hugh and Clayton Green complete the substitutes’ bench.

Bala boss Colin Caton, meanwhile, has confirmed his backroom staff will remain the same next season.

Ste Fisher is to stay on as assistant manager with ex-Wrexham man Ryan Valentine as first-team coach.

Former Nomad, Jake Phillips, has left Airbus to sign for Chris Hughes’ Newtown, although there was some good news for the recently relegated Wingmakers as Joe Palmer and Kristian Platt penned fresh terms.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time at Airbus so I’m very happy to be signing back on,” said Palmer.

“I’m looking forward to be getting back grafting with the boys and getting the club back where it should be.”

Former Chester City man Platt was equally pleased to remain at the Airfield, saying: “I’m happy to be signing for my fourth year at the club hope we can re-group and win the Cymru North and cup again.”

Holywell Town have signed former Connah’s Quay and Cefn Druids attacker Dave Forbes ahead of their return to the second-tier, while two of the stars of their successful Welsh National League season, Jake Cooke and Dylan Allshorn have committed for the 2020/21 Cymru North campaign.