Tal­is­man McGin­ness will stay at Hot­spur

Bangor Mail - - Public Notices - Foot­ball

HOLY­HEAD Hot­spur have re­ceived a mas­sive boost with the news that tal­is­man Mel McGin­ness has agreed to stay on at the club.

The tal­ented play­maker has de­cided to spearhead their Lock Stock Welsh Al­liance Division One ti­tle tilt fol­low­ing their rel­e­ga­tion to the third tier, which rep­re­sents a sig­nif­i­cant coup for man­ager Darren Garmey as he looks to bounce back at the ear­li­est op­por­tu­nity.

The in­flu­en­tial for­ward scooped the Huws Gray Al­liance Player of the Year af­ter a se­ries of out­stand­ing dis­plays that saw him se­cure the most man of the match awards through­out the sea­son.

McGin­ness net­ted eight league goals dur­ing the sea­son, with ar­guably his finest per­for­mance com­ing in their im­pres­sive vic­tory over derby ri­vals Ban­gor City.

He is set to play a huge role for the An­gle­sey side next term as they look to make their stay in tier three a brief one.

This is the lat­est boost for the Spurs’ this week, with Garmey se­cur­ing the ser­vices of Dewi Thomas and Joe Dono­van for the up­com­ing cam­paign.

Goal­keeper Carl Jones has also agreed to stay on at the New Sta­dium af­ter re­ject­ing of­fers from else­where.

Dono­van ar­rives from nearby Holy­head Town and turned in a se­ries of fine dis­plays for the Har­bour­men dur­ing their rise up the Welsh pyra­mid, and this re­sulted in the play­maker also se­cur­ing a spot in the pro­vi­sional Ynys Mon men’s squad for this sum­mer’s In­ter Games tour­na­ment on An­gle­sey.

Thomas is yet an­other eye-catch­ing ad­di­tion for the re­cently-rel­e­gated side, with the pop­u­lar fig­ure en­joy­ing a su­perb ini­tial spell at the club be­fore de­part­ing for pas­tures new.

● Play­mak­ing for­ward Mel McGin­ness is to stay on at Holy­head Hot­spur

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