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For those of a similar name, see Leigh Hunt. Lee Hunt Personal information Full name Lee Hunt Date of birth 5 June 1981 (1981-06-05) (age 29) Place of birth Liverpool, England Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Playing position Striker Club information Current club Bangor City Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2002–2003 Bangor City 30 (19) 2003–2008 Rhyl 119 (60) 2008–2009 Barrow 18 (2) 2008 → Droylsden (loan) ? (?) 2009 → Fleetwood Town(loan) ? (?) 2009–2010 Rhyl 20 (13) 2010 Bangor City 9 (4) 2010–present Prestatyn Town 0 (0) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 22:00 20 May 2010 (UTC). † Appearances (Goals). Lee Hunt (born 5 June 1981, Liverpool) is an English footballer currently playing for the Welsh team Prestatyn Town[1] of the Welsh Premier League. Contents 1 Career 2 Honours 3 References 4 External links // Career Hunt began his career at Helsby F.C. of the West Cheshire League before Bangor City brought his talent to the Welsh Premier League during the summer of 2002.[2] Only at Bangor until December 2003, Hunt did manage to score 19 goals in 30 outings before leaving to join Welsh Premier League rivals, Rhyl. It was during his first stint at the Belle Vue that Hunt has found most success. Helping the club clinch the Welsh Premier League title in 2003–04 along with the Welsh Cup and the Welsh League Cup, the English stirker scored 7 league goals in 10 starts. After helping the club to a second place spot the following season, Hunt was named in the Welsh Premier Dream Team for 2005.[3] Another Welsh cup medal in 2005–06, followed by a runners up medal for both the Welsh Cup and Welsh Premier League earning Hunt to be named in the Welsh Premier League Dream Team for a second time.[3] After helping Rhyl to the Welsh Cup final a second season running, Hunt gained the attention of newly promoted Conference National club Barrow. After 5 seasons, 60 goals and 119 games, Hunt signed for Barrow in May 2008,[2] claiming he was being victimised by the domestic referees in the Welsh Premier League as a reason for joining his new club.[2][3][4] Hunt's stay at Holker Street was a short one. Scoring just two goals from 18 starts,[4] Hunt was loaned out to Droylsden and Fleetwood Town before being released by Barrow for failing to score more goals at the level needed.[3] Re-joining Welsh Champions Rhyl in July 2009, Hunt went on to score 13 goals in 20 outings before rejoining former club Bangor City on the last day of transfers in February 2010,[5] after being rumoured to join Aberystwyth Town.[6] Hunt made his debute for the Citizens at home against Haverfordwest County on 20 Feb 2010,[7] scored his first goal, again at home, against Carmarthen Town on 20 March 2010[8] and his first hat-trick, since his return, during Bangor City's 7–1 thrashing over Caersws on 17 April 2010.[9] While at Farrar Road, Hunt also picked up another Welsh Cup medal, also scoring in the Final. Despite the promise of European football during the 2010–11 season, Hunt joined rival North Wales outfit Prestatyn Town on 19 May 2010.[1] Honours Club Rhyl Welsh Premier League: Champion 2003–04 Welsh Cup: Champion 2003–04, 2005–06 Welsh League Cup: Champion 2003–04 Bangor City Welsh Cup: Champion 2009–10 Individual Welsh Premier League Dream Team select: 2005, 2007 References ^ a b "Striker Hunt moves down the coast". welsh-premier.com. http://www.welsh-premier.com/index.php/headline-news/2167-striker-hunt-moves-down-the-coast. Retrieved 2010-06-19.  ^ a b c "Welsh Premier career details for Lee Hunt". welsh-premier.com. http://www.welsh-premier.com/index.php/component/playersearch/detail/313/player/387. Retrieved 2010-06-19.  ^ a b c d "Lee Hunt". welshpremier.com. http://www.low.org.uk/PlayerDisplay.ink?squadno=14785&club=Rhyl%20FC&season=09/10&type=P. Retrieved 2010-06-19. [dead link] ^ a b "Lee Hunt". soccerbase.com. http://www.soccerbase.com/players_details.sd?playerid=49405. Retrieved 2010-06-19.  ^ "Leah handed captains armband at Rhyl". welsh-premier.com. http://www.welsh-premier.com/index.php/headline-news/1764-leah-handed-captains-armband-at-rhyl. Retrieved 2010-06-19.  ^ "Striker Hunt returns to Farrar Road". welsh-premier.com. http://www.welsh-premier.com/index.php/headline-news/1765-striker-hunt-returns-to-farrar-road. Retrieved 2010-06-19.  ^ Bangor City 3–2 Haverfordwest County Retrieved 20 May 2010 ^ "Match report Bangor City 3–2 Carmarthen Town". welsh-premier.com. http://www.welsh-premier.com/matchdetail.php?mid=2056. Retrieved 2010-06-19.  ^ "Match report Bangor City 7–1 Caersws". welsh-premier.com. http://www.welsh-premier.com/matchdetail.php?mid=2090. Retrieved 2010-06-19.  External links Lee Hunt career stats at Soccerbase Worldfootball.net profile for Lee Hunt Welsh Premier League profile for Lee Hunt Welshpremier profile for Lee Hunt Persondata Name Hunt, Lee Alternative names Short description Date of birth 5 June 1981 Place of birth Liverpool, England Date of death Place of death