Rhys Griffiths, one of the Welsh Premier League’s most prolific scoresrs is the next to step into the Hall of Fame.
Rhys started his career with Cwmbrân, Havefordwest County and Carmarthen Town, but made his mark winning the first of his Golden Boots whilst playing for Port Talbotin 2006.
His goalscoring ability was enough to see him move to join a highly ambitious Llanelli team and he became the second player ever to reach the 200 goals mark in the Welsh Premier League.
He won the Golden Boot for six consecutive seasons and collected the Player of the Year award on two occasions with the Reds as well as helping Llanelli win the Welsh Premier League title and the Welsh Cup for the first time ion the club’s history.
He left the Welsh Premier League in 2012, signing for Plymouth Argyle, having ammassed seven Golden Boots and having scored an incredible 237 goals in 312 games.
On this day in 1924 Wales played Scotland in a British Home Championships at Ninian Park in Cardiff, in a rare occasion where both international captains were Cardiff City players