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James Brewerton: 2018/2019 Biography & Statistics

Jamie Brewerton joined Rhyl in January 2015 after six and a half years with Bangor City. His comeback game for the Lilywhites was the January 2015 League match against Carmarthen Town in a 1-1 draw.

He was the club captain of Bangor City and lifted the Welsh Cup for the Citizens in the 2009/10 season and also captained the club to Europa League success against Honka of Finalnd in August 2010. The imposing defender joined the Citizens in July 2008 after an eight-year spell with his hometown Rhyl. He was a product of Rhyl's youth system and is a former Wales Under 18 International who had a trial with Wolves as a youngster. He made over 200 appearances for the Lilywhites and was a key member of the Treble Winning side in 2004 and boasts a League Champions, Welsh Cup and League Cup Winners Medal in his collection. He has played in the Champions League, UEFA Cup and Intertoto Cup for Rhyl and will be one of the few players to have played in European competition twice in one season, having featured for Rhyl against Bohemians in June 2008 and for Bangor against Midtjylland the following month in the UEFA Cup. He played once in the Welsh Premier for Conwy Utd in 1997/98 and missed almost the enitire 2007/08 season for Rhyl, with a serious knee injury.

Squad No: 22
Position: Defender
Weight: 77.56kgs / 12
Date of Birth: 17/11/1979
Place of Birth: St Asaph
Former Clubs: Bangor City, Conwy Utd
Joined: 04/01/2015
James's Stats: This Season Total
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