Chris Summers, the Welsh Premier League’s third all-time top scorer, is the next inductee to the Hall of Fame
Summers played for Inter Cardiff in the league’s first season in 1992 and scored nearly fifty goals for the club in the league’s first two seasons.
After playing for Barry Town and Ton Pentre, Summers spent four productive spells with Cwmbran, winning the Golden Boot in 2000.
He set a record while playing for Cwmbran after scoring in 11 consecutive matches and his goalscoring total for the club – 84 goals in 128 games – is certainly impressive.
Summers also played and scored in the league for Carmarthen, Haverfordwest and Cardiff Grange Quins before retiring in 2006.
He scored a total of 177 goals in the Welsh Premier League, which means that only Marc Lloyd Williams and Rhys Griffiths have scored more goals in the league than Chris Summers.
The Canaries of Caernarfon played their first ever football match on this day in 1876