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CONNAH'S QUAY NOMADS
FOUNDED  

1946

NICKNAME  

The Westenders

MANAGER  

Neville Powell

STRIP 1  

White Shirts, Black Shorts, Black Socks

STRIP 2  

Maroon and Navy Blue Shirts, Maroon Shorts, Maroon/Navy Socks

HONOURS  

Founder members, League of Wales.
Highest finish 5th (2003)

BEST LoW WIN  

10-0 v Cemaes Bay 20/01/98
10-0 v Conwy United 22/01/00
9-0 at Llanelli 08/10/94

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

0-8 by Bangor City 25/04/95

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

25 by David O’Gorman (1992/93)
21 by Jamie Hughes (1997/98)

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

5 by Stuart Rain v Briton Ferry Athletic 30/09/95
5 by Kevin Davies v Conwy United 22/01/00

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

109 by Stuart Rain (1995 – 2005)
55 by David O’Gorman (1992 – 1999)
42 by Chris Davies (1992 – 1999)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

267 (+ 2 Sub) by Phil Collister (1992 – 2001)
222 (+93 Sub) by Mike Carroll (1992 – 2003)
215 (+13 Sub) by Carl Smyth (1995 – 2002)

GROUND  

Deeside Stadium, Kelserton Road, Connahs Quay, Deeside, CH5 4BR

 

Capacity: 5500

 

Seats: 420

   

Highest LoW attendance: 688 v Barry Town 29/04/00

WEBSITE OFFICIAL   http://www.nomadsfc.co.uk/
WEBSITE UNOFFICIAL  

Take A483 northbound towards Chester. At junction with A55, join A55 westbound towards Conwy. At 4th junction, follow signs for A494 Queensferry. After joing the A494, take exit sliproad signposted Queensferry. Go straight through box junction traffic lights, with large Asda on your left. Continue on this road for about 3 miles (under railway bridge). Passing the Halfway House pub on your left, the ground is 100 yds ahead on the left. Turn left into Deeside College car park. Entrance to the ground is around to the left of the College.
Formerly known as Connahs Quay Juniors, became Nomads in 1951, joining the Welsh League North
In 1971/2 Nomads played in the F A Trophy and played through four rounds.
After joining the Clwyd League, Nomads won the treble of Clwyd League, League Cup and Presidents Cup in 1981.
The club were founder members of the Cymru Alliance in 1990 and of the League of Wales in 1992.
Connah's lack appreciable support at their current location and there has been talk of a move or a ground share.
CLUB HISTORY AND STATS: Connah's Quay Nomads