SWPL: Bodmin Town, Mousehole and St Blazey among the busiest clubs

The start of June has witnessed several South West Peninsula League golf equipment announce new signings forward of the start of the 2020/21 year – anytime that may well be.

But how hectic have their SWPL Leading West rivals been?

Bodmin Town have the most active aspect so significantly, with the administration trio of Darren Gilbert, Alan Carey and Gary Jeffery bringing 6 players to Priory Park.

Amongst those is prolific striker Adam Carter, who re-joins the club from Plymouth Parkway soon after scoring 60 targets in 67 game titles for the Western League facet about the previous two seasons.

The seasoned ahead was named top scorer of the outdated SWPL Leading for three seasons working amongst 2011 and 2013.

The previous Plymouth Argyle academy pair of goalkeeper Ollie Chenoweth and midfielder Sol Wheatley have also joined, while midfielder Mason Hughes, centre-back Tom Chambers and midfielder Chris Reski have all joined from St Austell.

Mousehole have also been active, with the Seagulls including a few gamers to their ranks.

Potentially the most notable is hugely rated midfielder Jude Boyd, who was produced from Plymouth Argyle at the conclude of final season. Boyd designed one look for Argyle’s 1st crew in an EFL Trophy match versus Bristol Rovers.

Also arriving at Trungle Parc is Camelford’s interesting prospect Kian Burns and former Ludgvan midfielder Sean Roberts.

St Blazey have lured a few players to Blaise Park, like the capture of St Austell striker Dan Perryman, who scored 19 objectives for the Lillywhites final time.

Previous Cardiff City goalkeeper Jordan Duffey also arrives, with Steve Rogers re-signing up for the club from Bodmin.

Saltash United have snapped up two players, with Parkway striker Mike Smith arriving at Kimberley Stadium immediately after swapping spots with Ryan Richards, who has adopted former Ashes boss Matt Cusack to Bolitho Park.

The Ashes have also additional former Truro Town, Argyle and Parkway midfielder Fletcher Williams to their ranks.

Helston Athletic ahead Alfie Flack has joined Sticker for the 2020/21 time, where by he will hyperlink up with his father Steve, who is 1st-team manager at Burngullow Park.

St Dennis have also been in the current market for a striker, with Perranporth’s Gavin Boon swapping Ponsmere Valley for Boscawen Park.

Finally, Dobwalls held us all in suspense as to the identity of their new signing, before revealing that they have renewed their contract with BT for the broadband at the clubhouse.

Well performed, Dingos.