BALA TOWN FC have been very busy adding new faces to their squad ahead of the 21/22 JD Cymru Premier campaign.

The Lakesiders finished third come the end of the last campaign in the top-flight, once again qualifying for Europe - this time for the inaugural UEFA Europa Conference League's qualifying rounds where they will face Northern Irish side Larne.

Ahead of that encounter and the new season in general, Bala manager Colin Caton has moved quickly to strengthen his squad further.

Following on from the huge acquisition of former Wales midfielder Dave Edwards last week (as reported in the DFP), the club has signed a further three new players.

First up was Danny Walker-Rice - a 20-year-old attacker who signed from Tranmere Rovers who he made one English Football League appearance for last season.

Second to be announced via the club's social media page was Calum Woods.

The 34-year-old full-back makes the move to Maes Tegid having been on contract with Indian Super League side SC East Bengal.

Woods joined the Liverpool Youth Academy at the age of 10, however he would leave in May 2006 to join Dunfermline Athletic. He made over 120 appearances for the Scottish side over a five year period and left in 2011 to join Huddersfield Town where he would link up with current Bala Town midfielder Antony Kay.

He has also played for Preston North End, Bradford City, Tranmere Rovers and FC United of Manchester and so will offer plenty of experience at Bala.

Last but not least is midfielder Bradley Bauress who scored in the club's 4-0 win over Airbus UK on Saturday.

The 25-year-old signs with the Lakesiders having left National League North side Chester City, after signing with the club at the end of last summer.

Bauress was a product of the Blackburn Rovers Academy, playing up to the U21’s and even being handed the captaincy.

He also played for Colwyn Bay, Witton Albion, Barrow AFC and Southport in the past.

Those who have departed Bala Town over the past few weeks include Henry Jones (Haverfordwest County), Shaun Kelly (City of Liverpool FC) and Andrew Burns (Stafford Rangers).