Afan Lido have bolstered their defensive ranks with the capture of defender Kyle Graves from Carmarthen Town.
The versatile defender, who can play anywhere across the back-four, rejoined Carmarthen Town in August 2012 after a spell out of the game injured, but he made just one sub appearance this term.
The Edgware-born 23-year old originally joined the Old Gold in the summer of 2011 from Haverfordwest County, but his spell at Richmond Park was curtailed by injury and he made just seven appearances.
He first arrived in the Welsh Premier League when then-Haverfordwest County manager Derek Brazil signed him on a loan deal from Swansea City. He then joined Neath on loan from the Swans and made over 20 appearances.
He also had loan spells with Ostersunds FK of Sweden in the 2007/08 and 2008/09 seasons. He has donned the red of Wales, having played for Wales at U17 and U19.
Heading out of the Marstons Stadium though is Gavin Jeffries who made just 2 (+3) League appearances, as well two starts in the Word Cup, scoring once. The defender has moved to Welsh League side Tata Steel.
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