Striker Donley back atThreave
Andrew Donley has returned to Threave Rovers.
The striker left the Meadow Park club for Annan Athletic in 2012 and went on to have spells with Dalbeattie Star and St Cuthbert Wanderers.
However, he left the Kirkcudbright side earlier this month and has now returned to the South of Scotland League champions, who have also signed former Saints midfielder Stuart Maxwell.
Boss Sam Warren said: “Andrew trained with us on Monday
night and has signed on again.
“He’s a great addition, we have a young striker in Robert Middleton but Andrew has scored loads of goals and is one of the best strikers in the league.”
Donley, pictured left, featured as a trialist for Threave on Saturday and scored in their 2-1 defeat at Stair Park.
It was the fifth defeat in a row for the men from Castle Douglas, coming on the back of a Haig Gordon Cup loss to Edusport Academy.
Warren said: “The last few results have been disappointing. We’re playing some of the better teams and a few lowland league teams as well at the moment.
“On Saturday we never really got out of the traps and allowed Stranraer to get some momentum. It was only when we were 2-0 down that we started playing which is the frustrating thing.”
This weekend Threave will aim to get back to winning ways when they host in-form Abbey Vale who go into the game on the back of thumping Dumfries YMCA 8-0.
Warren added: “The games are not getting any easier for us. The confidence is maybe a bit low at the moment and needs a win to lift us up.
“Hopefully we can get that on Saturday and with Andrew in the squad he’s always capable of getting a goal.”