A NORTH WALES footballer given the all-clear from cancer just last year marked his debut for his new club with a goal on Saturday.

Danny Gosset was diagnosed with B-cell Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma on August 16, 2019, after initially suffering from a dull ache in his hip.

The 26-year-old, who is from Y Felinheli in Gwynedd, then underwent courses of chemotherapy and radiotherapy before being given the ‘all clear’ in January 2020.

The midfielder then returned to action with Bala Town back in March of this year, playing against fellow JD Cymru Premier side Cardiff Met Uni.

He has since moved on to Caernarfon Town FC and marked his league debut for the club with a goal in the 2-0 victory over Haverfordwest County on Saturday.

Gosset bagged a stunning free-kick to set the Cofis on their way to victory at The Oval and was also selected as Man of the Match.

Cai Jones then struck in stoppage time to hand Huw Griffiths' Canaries a great win on the opening day of the 21/22 JD Cymru Premier.

Taking to Twitter after the match, Gosset wrote: "Good win to start the season last night. Caernarfon Town - enjoyed my first game at the Oval, atmosphere was awesome!

"Goal and MOTM. This one means a lot to me personally, thank you all for the messages."

Before arriving at Caernarfon Town, Gosset joined Bala Town from Bangor City in 2018.

The midfielder has also previously represented the likes of Rhyl, The New Saints and English Football League club Oldham Athletic, as well as the Cymru C squad.

He had been a big part of The Lakesiders squad before having to miss the whole of the 20/21 JD Cymru Premier season following his diagnosis.