CEFN DRUIDS have added more firepower to their squad by signing Jack Kenny.

Kenny makes the move to The Rock from Connah's Quay Nomads after finding game time with the current Welsh Premier League leaders difficult to come by.

Tenth placed Druids had to fight off competition from elsewhere to sign the 27-year-old, and boss Huw Griffiths is delighted to get his man.

"It's a really good signing," said Griffiths. "He's a good age, he's a teacher - so he's a leader - and he's got fantastic work rate and a fantastic work ethic.

"He's different to what we've got in that he will give us that little bit more physicality in attack."

Druids are hoping to receive clearance for Kenny to feature against Newtown on Saturday.

Griffiths, who has also brought in John Owen this month, added: "He might be a little bit rusty from not playing much, but hopefully we can get him up to speed quickly."

Carmarthen, a point and a place above Druids, have been charged by the Football Association of Wales, under Rule 38.1.6 and Welsh Premier League Rule 18 with allegedly playing an ineligible player during their 2-0 win over Llanelli on New Year's Day.

The charge relates to the playing of David Vincent, who was suspended as and from December 28 for one match after picking up five yellow cards.

Carmarthen have until January 16 to respond to the charge and the matter will be heard by an FAW Disciplinary Panel at the earliest possible opportunity.