Blues boosted by new defender signing
A NEW signing will go straight into Lowestoft Town's squad ahead of tomorrow's top-of-the-table clash against Dereham.The Blues have signed central defender Martin McNeill following his release from Soham Town Rangers - last season's Ridgeons League winners, who now play in the BGB Southern League Division 1 Midlands.
A NEW signing will go straight into Lowestoft Town's squad ahead of tomorrow's top-of-the-table clash against Dereham.
The Blues have signed central defender Martin McNeill following his release from Soham Town Rangers - last season's Ridgeons League winners, who now play in the BGB Southern League Division 1 Midlands.
Previously McNeil had played for Soham's Fenland rivals Wisbech Town, but last season he formed a great partnership with Stuart Williams - who this week signed for Dereham - at the heart of the Soham defence that won the Ridgeons League title, conceding just 34 goals. McNeil played 71 games, scoring four goals, for The Greens of Soham.
The move, which was agreed on Thursday night, has delighted Town's Club Chairman Gary Keyzor.
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'We're delighted that Martin opted to sign for the Trawler Boys ahead of an offer to join fellow Ridgeons league side Wisbech Town,' he said.
'Martin is available for selection on Saturday against Dereham and is not cup tied making him available for our forthcoming FA Vase and Suffolk Premier Cup matches.'
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