An Instagram announcement has brought the curtain down on four wonderful seasons at Ammanford AFC for former Swansea City striker Lee Trundle.

Signed in June 2019, Trundle went on to have a massive impact at the club, both on and off the pitch.

A multitude of young players have benefitted from his experience - and there is no doubt that many new fans have been gained since his signing.

Trundle continues to play with a youthful enthusiasm for the game. His time at Ammanford comes to an end at the age of 46, but he has led by example in leading the team to Cymru South safety this season.

Not only has he chipped in with some crucial goals, but he also contributed a multitude of invaluable assists - and who could forget his equaliser at Barry Town to secure a precious point in the fight for survival?

Posting on Instagram, the former Wrexham, Swansea City and Bristol City striker said: "I just want to say a massive thank you to Ammanford AFC for the last four seasons, but it's time to move on.

"Thank you to all the staff, directors and fans, what a great club it is. Don’t worry I’m not hanging up my boots yet! Looking forward to a new challenge at a new club."

South Wales Guardian: Lee Trundle in action for AmmanfordLee Trundle in action for Ammanford (Image: Ammanford AFC)

Ammanford supporters are fortunate to have been able to witness Trundle's fantastic range of trickery, close ball control and lethal left foot finishes. The man dubbed 'Magic Daps' by Swans fans has certainly not disappointed.

Whilst it is difficult to pinpoint a highlight during his time at the club, a leading contender must be his brace of goals in front of the TV cameras away to then Welsh Premier team Carmarthen Town in the Welsh Cup in December 2019.

Trundle has been an excellent ambassador for both Ammanford and the league. A player who has kept his head high despite at times running a gauntlet of abuse when playing away to clubs further East due to his Swansea connections.

There is no doubt that his massive personality will be missed at The Rec next season.

Trundle has also been playing for Llanelli Town ceterans during the second half of the  past season and he has already indicated his intention to carry on playing for a new club, although it remains to be seen who that will be.

All the best Lee!

South Wales Guardian: Lee Trundle on the front of the matchday programmeLee Trundle on the front of the matchday programme (Image: Ammanford AFC)

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