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John-Bevan Price
Right Back


Rob Saunders
Right Back/Centre Midfield


Adam Wright


Simon Crowther (Club Captain)
Sweeper/Centre Back


Mike Tovey
Left Back/Midfield


Dan Thomas
Left Back/Midfield


Tom Bethell (Tucker)
Centre Midfield


Kevin Brown
Left Back/Midfield


Danny Smith (Miff)
Centre/Right Mid


John-Bevan Price has been a long serving member of the club since his very early youth days. A defender by trade but has been known to play in mid-field and on the odd occassion even as striker. As a right fullback he is reliable and reads the game well wich enables him to be well positioned when needed ( most of the time!). He has featured in every game this season and although recently starting on the bench due to fierce competition from a very keen and strong squad he is a very valuable member of the squad with a great attitude to the game. These attributes combined with a sharp sense of humour make him a much liked charachter within the club and it was through his own initiative that the website is such a success.  

Rob is another long serving member of Llandrindod Wells AFC. After a lot of hard work recovering from a serious injury three seasons ago he has been a regular member of the squad. A very versatile player, playing either in midfield or in defence, this season he has lately managed to secure a regular slot at right back. Although not the most gifted of players technically, he makes up for it with his determination and strength which can easily be seen on his occassional 100mph dashes. He also represents the players at committee meetings and is in charge of the Club Membership. With his 'never say die' attitude and the sheer pride he has for the club to do well, he is a valuable member of the squad.

Adam is our first choice goalkeeper (and second!!) who although still quite young is going from strength to strength. The improvement over the last three seasons has been plain for all to see and his 'goals conceded figures' this season after 18 league games has only just crept into double figures. He has great one on one shot stopping abilities and his kicking has improved vastly. With some more work on his positioning and reading of the game he will no doubt, in time, become one of the best keepers in Mid-Wales, 6 ft 3in and still growing, scary!!!

Simon is one of the longest serving members of Llandrindod Wells AFC. As an extremely versatile and naturally talented footballer, he is without doubt a very important part of the squad. This season he has taken on the role of captain playing as sweeper come centre half and has had a very successful season doing so. He has every attribute needed by any good footballer with strength, pace, skill, and reads the game well. In the past he has tended to lose his cool due mainly to frustration but over the last few seasons he has worked very hard to cancel this out and the performances he has given this term clearly shows this. Simon is also a keen committee member and assists with the day to day running of the club but he must stop bringing his 'rat' to training.

Mike joined the club in this years pre-season build up after playing previously with Carmarthen Town and Llandovery. The squad was short of naturally left sided players so when Mike appeared on the scene it was a much needed bonus for us. His qualities are mainly his deadly accurate left foot long balls and great reading of the game. Simple play but very effective, other members of the squad have learnt (I hope) a great deal from this. His professional attitude is excellent, always turns up early to prepare correctly and absolutely detests losing. A great signing for Llandrindod Wells, I hope he stays with us for a long time to come.

Dan is one of our younger members of the squad and joined us from the youth team in mid season. He plays at either left back or left mid-field and has now produced enough quality to become a permanent member of the squad. Although not the biggest of players he is deceptivley strong but without doubt his strongest points are his calm head and simple play, more often than not he chooses the easiest option during awkward situations and this pays off on most occassions. He has a great future ahead of him with the club and I hope he decides to remain with Llandrindod for many years to come.

Known to his mates as Tucker, he joined Llandrindod this season after having a couple of years away from the game for personal reasons and the break must have paid off. His position is middle of midfield although I dont think a game has gone by in which he has not covered every single blade of grass. His amazing energy and enthusiasm for the game combined with speed, skill and cunning make him a very valuable assett to the side. He causes the opposition all kinds of trouble when on his gazelle like dribbles at 100mph. A fiery charachter at times who has seen the odd yellow being shown in his general direction this season but not a dirty player by any means. Lets hope this lad stays with Llandrindod for many more seasons.

Another long serving member of the Club, Kev Brown has played virtually all of his football for the club through youth, reserves and first team and has played in all divisions including the Cwymru Alliance. He is a natuarlly left sided player but is versatile enough to play in the middle of midfield as well. A massive presence on the field with his energy and passion has ensured a start in virtually every game this season. A superb attitude with huge desire for the club to do well and always gives it a 110% in every game. It is possible that he may not be around next season due to personal reasons (plus he's very old now) and should he move on he will be sorely missed and the club would like to wish him and his family all the best for the future. ( don’t go Kev !!! )





Dan Smith as others in the squad is a very versatile player and this season has played at right back, middle of midfield and right midfield. He is a very talented player and on his day can leave opponents tied up in knots as he tricks his way past them.He also has another very strong attribute being his exceptionally long throw which in most cases any throw - in, in the last third of the pitch immediately converts into a corner. Unfortunately though on too many occassions his poor dicscipline does let him down but he has worked hard on this and is improving, but he of course has a reputation with referees that will be hard to get rid of quickly. If he keeps working on his discipline and regains a good reputation Miff will in my opinion be a very much sought after player by local clubs in the seasons ahead but I believe his heart is now with Llandrindod and lets hope that’s where he stays.

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