Striker Jack rejoins Bluebirds
11:00am Wednesday 17th October 2012 in Sport
Striker Jack Christopher has been allowed to leave Carmarthen Town to join his former club Haverfordwest County in Welsh League Division One.
Jack was a product of the Haverfordwest youth academy and captained his side to the MacWhirter youth cup in 2006. He soon found his way into the Welsh Premier team and was the Bluebirds’ leading scorer for several seasons, eventually becoming their all-time Welsh Premier top scorer, beating previous record holder Tim Hicks.
He attracted the interest of Cardiff City and won caps with the Wales Under-23 semi professional side.
By the time he left the Bridge Meadow to join Carmarthen in June 2011 he had scored a total of 71 goals from 114 Welsh Premier appearances. But his spell at Carmarthen has not worked out too well and, after a season in which he played most games and often played well, but scored only six goals, he has not been able to command a regular place this season under the managership of Mark Aizlewood.
Jack was due to re-start training with the team this week and is likely to be in the squad for the home game with West End on Saturday, kick-off 2.30pm.
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