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Finch commits future to league-leading Ryman Premier Leiston

17:09 12 October 2015

Christy Finch, right, celebrates finding the net during his Gorleston days. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Christy Finch, right, celebrates finding the net during his Gorleston days. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

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Striker Christy Finch has signed a contract with Ryman League Premier Division Leiston.

After joining the table-topping Blues in the summer from Wroxham, the ex-Lowestoft and Gorleston frontman has scored five goals in nine starts during an injury-affected start to life at a higher level.

As a result the man described by his current boss Richard Wilkins as a “natural goalscorer” has now penned a deal to remain with the club until May 2017.

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