In the latest of our series of Q&A we speak to central midfielder Aled Bellis about his time at the club and what he is doing to stay fit and ready should the season restart after the COVID-19 outbreak.

Q: You’ve been with the club for the majority of your playing life, apart from a couple of seasons, how does it feel to have played an integral part in the Club’s recent successes?

A: It feels good to play a part in my hometown teams recent success.

Q: How do you feel this season has gone so far?

A: It has gone okay but could’ve gone a lot better. We’ve let a lot of goals in from individual errors and sloppiness which needs to be improved on.

Q: What do you intend to do with your time, now that playing and training will take a break for a period of time?

A: Just keep active and keep things ticking over so I maintain fitness and am ready to go whenever we eventually start playing again.

Q: Who would you say is this best team you’ve faced this season and why?

A: Prestatyn. They did the simple things really well and just know how to win games anyway they have to.

Q: Which away ground for you most like visiting and why?

A: I like going Rhyl. The pitch is always in good nick and there is a decent crowd there.

Q: Who is the best trainer at the club and why?

A: Dylan Roberts. Just gets on with it and trains the same as he plays 100%.

Q: Who is the worst trainer at the club and why?

A: Rhys Hewitt. Loses at least 2 balls every session.

Q: Who has the worst dress sense at the club?  Do you have any examples?

A: Rhys Hewitt. (Photo of Aled and Rhys in Buckley’s number one night club).

Q:Outside of football, is there anything you are passionate about?

A: Big horse racing fan.