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Ex-Wales Keeper Joins Martyrs

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Former Wales international goalkeeper Glyn Garner has left Cirencester Town and joined Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division rivals Merthyr Town.

Pontypool-born Garner began his career with Cwmbran Town and Llanelli, before moving to Bury in 2000.

He made 126 appearances for Bury in his five years at Gigg Lane before moving on to play for Leyton Orient and Shrewsbury Town.

In 2010 Garner signed for Grays Athletic, and then played for Newport County and Bath City.

He joined Cirencester in 2013 and was regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the Southern League.

He helped the Centurions finish above the Martyrs in the 2013/14 to win the Division One South & West championship and made his last appearance for Cirencester against Stratford Town last Tuesday and helped his side to a 3-0 victory.

The vastly-experienced gloveman made his Wales debut in May 2006 on the same day as Gareth Bale – it was his one and only cap.


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