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Cadwallader heads out of Newtown

Created on 11/01/2011 @ 09:48
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Gavin Cadwallader has left Newtown to join Airbus UK Broughton's bid for a Welsh Premier top six finish.
The 24-year-old central defender started his career as a trainee with Shrewsbury Town, making his first appearance in the 2-2 League Two draw at Carlisle United in February 2006.
Released from the Gay Meadow the following January, he trained with Bangor City before joining Aberystwyth Town.
After two seasons at Park Avenue, he signed for Newtown in July 2008, resisting overtures from Welshpool, where his father Gareth was manager during their first season in the League of Wales in 1996/7.
Cadwallader made 31 league appearances for the Seasiders and a further 60 for the Robins but, since the return of fellow centre-back Michael Jackson to Latham Park, was not included in manager Andy Cale's squad for the away fixtures at Bala Town and Port Talbot.
He is the second Cadwallader to play in the centre of defence for the Airfield outfit - namesake Mark appeared for the Wingmakers as one of manager Craig Harrison's first signings before leaving to join Northwich Victoria in the summer of 2009.

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