Adam made his senior debut at the age of 16 with the then reserve side having played for Llandrindod throughout the juniors
starting at under 9's level. Adam is a very good shot stopper and is growing in confidence each year. Does have the odd David
James moment though.
Simon Crowther (Club Captain)
Simon rejoined Llandrindod in 1999 after he left the club to join local rivals Rhayader Town
to try his luck in the League of Wales. Simon is currently the club captain and is a vital member of the back four who
organises and sweeps up well. His throwing the toys out the pram routine is slowly decreasing with age.
Bev made his senior debut for Llandrindod at the age of 17 for 1st team in the Spar Mid Wales
league and had been part of the junior setup form the age of 10. He had a brief spell with local rivals Newbridge-on-wye for
the 1999/2000 season. Bev is a tidy right back with a good range of passing on his day. Self admittedly he needs to work on his fitness.
Sean was a recent a signing after playing in the Cardiff area for the past few years. The
army man based in Cardiff has been a huge success so far and has been an important addition to the back four this season.
His height is an awesome presence at set pieces both attacking and defending. Tends to ignore instructions from time to time
and go walk about.
Right Back/Centre Mid
Rob made his senior debut for the then reserves during the 2000/2001 season having previously
played for the youth team. Rob is improving as a player as the games go by with his strong tackling and tidy passing of the
ball. Has picked up the name of Robo arms due to his inability to take a throw in.
Left Back/Left Mid
Another new addition to the squad, Mike made himself available from League of Wales side
Carmarthen Town to join Llandrindod and neither he or the club have looked back since. Mike has made himself a regular in
the starting 11 with his excellent crossing and good reading of the game.
Kevin is the club stalwart having joined the club as a fresh faced teenager, he has played
for the club at most levels including being a member of the team during the Cymru Alliance days. Kev always gives 110% to the cause with his strong tackling and good ball distribution.
Dan is a product of the youth system and made his senior debut in the game against Brecon
earlier this season. Dan has impressed in training and in the games he has played although is still getting the feel of the
senior game. Dan is very comfortable on the ball and looks to have a bright future ahead of him.
Centre Back/Centre Mid
Chris signed for the club last season having impressed while playing for the youth team,
he was also playing for Newtown youth and made a couple of appearances for the senior side in the League of Wales. Chris is
very good in the air and is another player who seems to cover every blade of grass.
Tom Bethell (Tucker)
Another new signing this season, Tucker signed having been away from the game for a couple
of seasons where he had been playing with local rivals Rhayader Town. Tucker is an all action mid fielder and another strong
tackler which, unfortunately has seen him pick up
the odd yellow card or ten. Sven describes
him as a gazelle with a train to catch.
Andy was another new signing this season but he has now moved on having decided for some
strange reason to go back to University in Finland. Andy was a valuable squad member with very good feet and seemed at one with the ball. Has had experience in the Spar Mid
Wales league with Carno and U.W.A. Another player who admits he could do with working on his fitness.
Danny Smith (Miff)
Centre Mid/Right Back
Re-signed this season after a brief spell with rivals Rhayader Town last season. Miff has
taken up a new role in the centre of midfield this term being moved from the right back position. Miff is a hard working player
who puts him self about well and tends to sit deep providing cover for the defence. Has been known to have the occasional
Right Mid/Centre Mid
Pete signed for the club in 1999 when he moved to Llandrindod from Leominster where he had
been playing his football prior to his move to Mid Wales. Pete is another midfielder who likes to put himself about and enjoys
a strong challenge. He tends to get a bit greedy when he gets the ball on the edge of the box.
Haydn Beaumont (Portly)
Portly signed for Llandrindod in 2002 when he moved to the town, having played his football
previously for Knighton Town and Presteigne. Portly has a great touch and good distribution of the ball, which has made him a valuable squad member since his arrival. Enjoys his fag breaks
(at half time).
Right Back/Centre Mid
Peter is another one of the clubs old guard and once again a valuable squad member. He can
play anywhere on the park and holds the ball up well. Unfortunately broke
his leg two seasons ago and has struggled to hold down a place since his return. Watch out for Peter collecting glasses in
whatever pub he may be.
Colsey resigned for Llandrindod this season having played for Penybont the previous year.
Colsey came back a reformed player and has contributed hugely to our success so far this season. He has a powerful strike
and has got great pace. Sometime lacks a bit of confidence but on his day is a threat to any defence.
Watty has been a revelation this
season, having made his debut towards the end of last season he has gone from strength to strength and has
managed to cement a place in the starting 11. His pace and quick feet have terrorised opposition this season and has
been one of the main reasons behind our success this season. At only 16 it looks like Paul has got a huge future ahead
Coops made the switch to play up front this season having usually played at centre back and
the gamble has paid off. This seasons top scorer with 21 goals at the half way point he has a real eye for goal and his speed
and strength help to break down the oppositions defence,
also very good in the air.
Another one of the clubs stalwarts, Phil made a comeback from injury during the 2002/2003
season having been plagued with knee injuries. Phil is a strong skilful striker who likes to run at the defence. Phil has
chipped in with some important goals this season but has also missed the odd sitter.
Tabbs came out of retirement in the new year, which was a welcome boost for the squad as
injuries and suspensions start to kick in. Tabbs is a natural goal scorer and will always chip in with a goal when one
is needed. He has been involved with the club for many years and i'm sure if you ask him he will let you know about his goal
against Kidderminster Harriers.
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