Haverfordwest County AFC can confirm that Harry Thomas has departed the academy coaching setup to take on the role of Assistant Head Coach with Swansea City Ladies.

Harry has held a variety of roles within the academy in recent years, including under-9s Lead Coach, Head of Pre Academy, Head of Foundation Phase and Head of Youth Phase.

Having first joined the club in 2016, Harry was able to gain experience in his spare time as a casual member of staff with Swansea City, before going on to take the role of Premier League Primary Stars Area Coordinator at the Swansea City Community Trust, where he has also worked as an Education Coordinator.

He returned to the academy setup at the Ogi Bridge Meadow last summer, before being presented with the opportunity to take another step forward in his coaching career.

Commenting on Harry’s departure, Head of Coaching, Ashleigh Hopkins, said: “It’s a real shame to lose Harry this season, he is a great coach and he will be sadly missed by the players, staff and parents at Haverfordwest County AFC Academy.

“We would like to wish Harry the best of luck in his new role at Swansea City Ladies, and we are sure that he will prove to be a real asset to them in the years ahead.”