Haverfordwest County AFC are delighted to confirm the arrival of Jordan Davies on loan from Connah’s Quay Nomads until the end of the season.
The 26-year-old striker, who can also play on the wing or in the number 10 role, joined the reigning JD Cymru Premier champions in the summer from King’s Lynn Town in the National League.
Davies, who started his career with Brickfield Rangers in 2014, was previously part of the Nomads academy setup in 2015, and has gone on to play for the likes of Prestatyn Town, Nantwich Town and Telford United.
A Wales international futsal player, Davies was the top scorer in the then Cymru Alliance (now JD Cymru North) in the 2016-17 season, as he helped Prestatyn Town to promotion to the top-flight.
Jordan Davies yn sgorio’r bedwaredd i @the_nomads?
Buddugoliaeth gyntaf Craig Harrison fel rheolwr Cei Connah.
— Sgorio ⚽️ (@sgorio) October 29, 2021
He also featured in the Nomads’ European adventure last summer, recording an assist in the 4-2 second leg victory over FC Prishtina from Kosovo in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa Conference League.
As well as this, he played all 120 minutes of the 1-0 defeat away to Armenian side FC Alashkert in their UEFA Champions League first qualifying round second leg tie.
This season, he has featured nine times in the JD Cymru Premier, as well as making three appearances in the Nathaniel MG Cup and one in the JD Welsh Cup.
He will provide another attacking option for new manager Nicky Hayen, as the Bluebirds look for a strong finish to Phase One of the Cymru Premier.
Welcome to the Ogi Bridge Meadow, Jordan!