Wes Baynes left Nomads for Deeside rivals Airbus for their Huws Gray Alliance season in 2017/18. He made 55 (+3) Welsh Premier League appearances, scoring three goals and also the crucial winner that took his side into Europe for the first time, ironically at the expense of the Wingmakers, in the Europa League play-off final. He played in all four of the Nomads' European ties in 2016/17 and is a dead-ball specialist.
Comfortable in either defence or midfield Baynes joined The Nomads in September 2015 from Colwyn Bay having spent the 2014-15 season on loan at the club before joining permanently during the closed season. Prior to joining Colwyn Bay, Baynes played for AFC Telford United, Chester and Altincham, with his longest spell being at Wrexham between 2007 and 2011 where he made 74 appearances, scoring eight goals in the process.
Baynes made his competitive debut for The Nomads against Haverfordwest County in September 2015. In his first season at Deeside, Baynes went on to make 36 starts in all competitions, scoring four goals in the process. Two of his goals proved to be two of the biggest in the Club's history as they helped The Nomads qualify for the UEFA Europa League Qualifying Rounds for the first time in the Club's history.
|Date of Birth:||12/10/1988|
|Place of Birth:||Chester|
|Former Clubs:||Wrexham, Colwyn Bay, Chester, Altrincham|
|Wes's Stats:||This Season||Total|
|Total Games:||- / 0||-|