Players commit to Kennoway Star Hearts
With their East of Scotland Football League season now settled, Kennoway Star Hearts have been busy preparing for the next campaign.
The Treaton Park club have retained the services of a host of the current squad as they aim to hit the ground running when the new season kicks off in the summer.
Boss Lee Richardson has already managed to persuade the likes of Brooklyn Mair, Anthony Coupar and Lewis Payne to commit, and these players have now been joined by others.
Dylan Walker, who scored four goals in eight appearances last season, has extended his spell at the club.
Calum Hughes has also signed on again at Treaton Park as manager Richardson looks to strengthen his squad for the coming months.
Hughes is a versatile player who has featured at centre back, left back and even on the left side of midfield.
Craig Brand has also put pen to paper.
The club said: “Craig has came in and shown his quality from the start.
"He’s a midfielder with a touch of class on the ball as well as a desire to win it back when needed.”
The management team is delighted to get Jay Watson to commit to next season.
Watson arrived at Kennoway Star Hearts shortly before the last lockdown and only managed to be involved in one friendly.
The club added: “He’s another player with plenty years ahead of him.”
Kennoway Star Hearts were sitting third in the EoSFL’s First Division Conference A before the season was called.