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The shortlist for the Player & Manager of the Month awards for August in the JD Cymru Leagues has been confirmed.

The winners will be decided by a combination of the fans vote and league voting panels.

Find the full list below.

JD Cymru Premier

Player of the Month
Clayton Green - Barry Town United

The midfielder played a starring role in Gavin Chesterfield's side's positive start to the season. Green netted twice against Cefn Druids in an emphatic 4-1 win and then followed this up with another brace against Haverfordwest County, including the winner from the spot in the dying moments of normal time.

Chris Marriott - The New Saints

It's been the perfect start for The New Saints and Marriott has proven as ever, just how valuable he is to the side. In the four wins, Marriott has made four assists for Antony Limbrick's men, two more than any other player in the division as they started with a 100% record.

Michael Wilde - Flint Town United

Since his shock summer switch from Deeside to the Essity Stadium, Michael Wilde has made the move seem seamless. Two goals on his Cymru Premier debut for Flint, followed up by a hat-trick against Cefn Druids, it's safe to say Wilde is settling in nicely to his new club.

Aaron Williams - Newtown

After joining the Robins this summer from AFC Telford United, Aaron Williams has enjoyed a fruitful start to life in the JD Cymru Premier. The new man up front has scored in every single competitive match he's played for Newtown so far. He secured a point for Chris Hughes' side against Penybont, before scoring in the wins against Caernarfon and Cefn Druids. A great start for the new man in Mid Wales.


Manager of the Month
Neil Gibson - Flint Town United

A very different start to the 2021-22 season for Flint Town United, after survival last time out. Three successive wins to start the season, with victories over Cardiff Met, Cefn Druids and Aberystwyth Town. A 1-0 defeat to The New Saints ended their perfect record, but Neil Gibson will feel buoyant by his side's start to the campaign.

Anthony Limbrick - The New Saints

After their positive displays in Europe, Limbrick will be content with his side's start to the domestic campaign. Four wins from four will give him satisfaction, as they hold a three point lead at the top of the table after foru games.

Chris Hughes - Newtown

Seven points from their opening four matches is a good return for the Robins. Chris Hughes' summer recruitment is proving pivotal, as the Robins have picked up points against Penybont, Caernarfon Town and Cefn Druids. 


JD Cymru South

Player of the Month
Luke Gullick - Pontypridd Town

It's been an emphatic August for Gullick, who has netted eight times in the league alone. A hat-trick against Port Talbot Town was the best of the lot, but the striker netted in all of the Dragons' league matches in August.

Joe Clarke - Trefelin BGC

The former Aberystwyth Town and Llanelli midfielder has been a crucial element of Trefelin's positive start to life in the Cymru South. Four goals from midfield has seen him help his club to relative stability in their opening matches in the second tier.

Connor Goldsworthy - Llantwit Major

Llantwit Major have proven to be the surprise package of the season. The Major are undefeated in their first seven matches and Goldsworthy has contributed three goals for his side, including two key goals against Trefelin BGC.

Kai Whitmore - Ammanford AFC

It's been a mixed month for Ammanford, with two wins in five, however Kai Whitmore has proven to be an incredibly valuable addition to the squad this summer and has shown himself to be one of the most influential members in the starting lineup. 


Manager of the Month
Jonathan Jones - Pontypridd Town

A 100% start to the season sees Pontypridd Town sit atop the JD Cymru South after eight matches. Jonathan Jones guided his side to five wins from five in August, including a notable win over Llanelli Town at Stebonheath. 

Karl Lewis - Llantwit Major

The Llantwit Major story goes on! The Major have risen to the Cymru South from Tier 4 in rapid fashion and this year they are really putting their stamp on the league. Karl Lewis has guided his side to wins over Ammanford, Goytre United, Taffs Well and Trefelin as they sit one point off the top.

Andy Hill - Briton Ferry Llansawel

It's been a positive start to life in the dugout since Andy Hill took charge of Briton Ferry Llansawel. Despite a loss to Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC to start August, wins against Goytre United, Cwmbran Celtic, Risca United and Afan Lido as Ferry put themselves right in the title mix.


JD Cymru North

Player of the Month
Giacomo Mello - Bangor City

After two wins, two draws and a loss, Bangor City will be somewhat content with their start to the season. Despite this, Giacomo Mello has stood out as an influential member of the Citizen's squad, even scoring in the 3-3 draw against Llandudno.

Adam Davies - Airbus UK Broughton

Four wins from their four August fixtures, Airbus are up there as one of the early pacesetters in the division. Adam Davies has scored six goals in August, including four in their outing against Penrhyncoch.

Sam Litchfield - Guilsfield

As the only unbeaten side remaining in the Cymru North, Guilsfield have started in fine form and Sam Litchfield has been central to that. Goals against Ruthin Town and Bangor City helped Guilsfield to four wins from four in August.

Connor Littler - Buckley Town

Littler has been crucial to Buckley's August form having netted four times for the club last month. Littler netted twice, including the winner, against Llanidloes, before adding a brace against Ruthin Town in a 5-0 win.


Manager of the Month
Nathan Leonard - Guilsfield

Guilsfield have started in electric form and their place at the top of the JD Cymru North is just rewards for that. August proved to be an extension of that positive start, with two clean sheets in four games, as well as comfortable wins over Bangor City and Ruthin Town.

Dan Moore - Buckley Town

Three wins from four sees Buckley Town sitting 3rd in the JD Cymru North after August. A big win over Colwyn Bay concluded a month where the club picked up wins against Llanidloes Town and Ruthin Town.

Stephen O'Shaugnnessy - Airbus UK Broughton

With six wins from seven league matches, O'Shaugnessy will be happy with his side's start to the campaign. After wins over Penrhyncoch, Conwy Borough, Ruthin Town and Gresford Athletic, the Wingmakers find themselves one point off the top after a positive start to the 2021-22 season. 

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