Connah's Quay Nomads have bolstered their back line with the signing of former Newtown defender, Callum Roberts.

The 20-year-old full-back plied his trade at Latham Park last term, making 22 appearances and finding the net once during the 2018/19 campaign.

Roberts has also previously played at TNS and Shrewsbury Town.

Nomads boss Andy Morrison said: "We have been actively looking for a left back since Lawrence Wilson retired in January.

"Callum was our number one target and we are delighted to have signed him.

"Having released ten players at the end of the season, it is vital that we add to the squad for the forthcoming European campaign and then on to challenging on four fronts next season and I feel that by making Callum our first signing, we have done that."

Meanwhile Welsh Premier League newcomers Airbus have recruited two new additions to their squad.

After the Flintshire club's league and cup double-winning success in the Cymru Alliance last season, manager Steve O'Shaughnessy has added striker Andy Owens and defender Jordan Evans.

The pair boast a wealth of Welsh Premier League experience, with Owens and Evans arriving from Nomads and Cefn Druids respectively.

Liverpool-born 29-year-old Owens started his career at the Liverpool Academy before moving to Stoke City in 2007. He then spent time at both Stafford Rangers and Altrincham before joining Rhyl in the Welsh Premier League in 2010.

He went on to play for Macclesfield Town, Southport, Mansfield Town, AFC Telford, Barrow and Stockport County before joining the Nomads in January 2018, where he scored 12 goals from 28 WPL appearances.

Evans,23, is a product of the Wrexham academy who joined Fulham at the age of 15.

He then had a loan spell with Oxford United before returning to Wrexham, where he made 22 appearances before a move to Bala Town in February 2017.

Evans made 34 appearances for the Lakesiders and spent last season at the Druids.

Airbus have retained nine of last season's squad, with Dave Roberts, Curtis Strong, Steve Tomassen, Kristian Platt, Brady McGilloway, Ryan Edwards, Joe Palmer, Sam Hart and James Hooper all staying on.

After clinching a Cymru Alliance runners-up spot last term, Flint Town United have recruited with more firepower by signing Alex Titchiner.

The club's fifth summer addition, 27-year-old Titchiner joins the Silkmen after a season out of the game.

Holywell Town, whose league status remains uncertain while Bangor City await the outcome of their demotion appeal, have confirmed three further names on their retained list for the new season.

Jack Pennington has joined experienced duo Jason Renshaw and Danny Dobbins in committing to John Haseldin's Wellmen side.

The Halkyn Road club have also recruited highly-rated forward Charlie Hughes.