AIRBUS UK Broughton and the Welsh Premier's all-time leading scorer Marc Lloyd Williams have parted company.
Lloyd Williams was the Wingmakers' leading scorer last season, breaking James McIntosh's club record with 16 from 28 (+6) league appearances in his first campaign at The Airfield.
"Jiws" arrived at Airbus a year ago from Porthmadog after a third spell at The Traeth in a domestic league career that started in the first season of the League of Wales.
The 37-year-old has now notched 318 goals from a total of 415 (+48) appearances, with his largest haul of 149 coming at Bangor City.
He also broke the club scoring record at TNS in two prolific seasons which yielded 60 goals between 2004 and 2006.
Despite a brief spell in the Football League with Stockport County, Halifax and York City, Lloyd Williams has spent the majority of his time in the domestic league and has also played for Aberystwyth Town, Newtown and Rhyl.
He made his 400th league appearance on 28 November 2009 for Porthmadog at The Traeth but, after a good start to the season with the Wingmakers, the goals dried up and he was relegated to the bench for six games.
Leading scorer leaves the Airfield
- News archive 2010