Welsh Premier League
Published 19th June 2011
A product of the Bluebirds' youth system who captained his side to the MacWhirter youth cup in 2006, 24-year-old Christopher has spent the whole of his domestic league career at the New Bridge Meadow, scoring seventy-one goals from 142 appearances over seven seasons.
He became the club's all-time leading scorer in 2008/09, beating previous record holder Tim Hicks, and has been capped by the Wales under-23 semi professionals.
Meanwhile, striker Martin Rose has extended his stay at Port Talbot Town by signing a new deal.
After a troublesome groin injury restricted Rose to just eighteen appearances last season, manager Mark Jones said: "He’s back fit and when he’s fit he’s a real handful, and I’m really pleased to have him as our centre forward.
"It’s like getting a new player, he’s been out since just before Christmas. He’s still only 26 and I see him as one of the best three strikers in the league."
Since joining the club from the Welsh League in 2006, Rose has gone on to score eighty-five league goals in 172 matches.