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Created on 12/08/2010 @ 14:04
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Montgomery manager Clive McNamee has hailed the signing of one of the area’s top young talents as a coup for his club which is mounting its first Mid Wales League assault for a generation.Jake Parr
Seventeen year-old Jake Parr has made the switch from Guilsfield after seeing his first team opportunities limited last season, and the experienced boss is backing the winger to shine in the newly-created Spar Mid Wales Division Two this term.
“I am absolutely delighted he has chosen to play for us this term,” said the former Welshpool Town boss. “I rate him very highly and have followed him since he broke into senior football at Meifod. I tried to get him then but he went to Guilsfield and I believe he will do very well for us now.”
McNamee has lost Andrew Green (Llanidloes), Adam Williams (Berriew) and Paul Evans (Guilsfield) from last season’s squad but as well as Parr, he has signed Geraint Windsor who misses the early season with a knee operation.

“He should be available for selection early December but we will not rush him,” McNamee confirmed. “I am still interested in bringing players in and am talking to a left sided midfielder and a young centre half. If nothing materialises then we will go with what we’ve got and I will have a look around when things have settled down a bit in a month or six weeks time."

Montgomery start their campaign with a trip to Tregarron this weekend in the qualifying round for the Welsh Cup.

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