Port Talbot Town
Seven-times winner of the Welsh Premier Golden Boot award, joined Port Talbot after experience with Carmarthen Town and Haverfordwest County. Enjoyed a prolific season in 2005/6 with 28 league goals to win the Golden Boot award for the first time and selection for the Wales semi-professional squad. Soon afterwards signed for Llanelli, where he broke the club's scoring record in his first season at Stebonheath Park to join the list of players who have scored 100 league goals. Named in the Welsh Premier team of the season six years running between 2005 and 2011, when he was also voted player of the season by the league managers. Made a surprise return to Port Talbot in the summer of 2012 but his stay was brief before he signed for Plymouth Argyle at the beginning of August after a successful trial with the League Two outfit. Released by the Pilgrims in January 2013 he signed for Newport County and then returned to Port Talbot after being released by the Exiles in July 2013.