Quartet to play a new tune for Warrenpoint Town FC

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Monday, January 13th, 2020
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Colm Deasy has transferred from Finn Harps to Warrenpoint Town Football Club. 

Deasy is an experienced defender and joins The Town following earlier stints at Drogheda United and St Pats. 

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Deasy was also with Southampton for a period and has played at international level for the Republic of Ireland U19, U18 and U16 teams.

 

 

Ryan Swan joins The Town from Bohemians in Dublin. 

Swan, a 22-year-old from Finglas scored 4 goals last season for Bohs and comes with much excitement from Warrenpoint Manager Barry Gray.

Gray, speaking at Milltown said, “I am really excited to get two top-class professionals here. 

 

 

“They will add a new dimension to our current squad as they have experience at a top-level. 

“That will lift all the other players and particularly the younger members of the panel.

“After getting Stuart Hutchinson and Kealan Dillon over the line last week I am happier with the experience around the panel.

 

 

Hutchinson joined ‘Town’ last week from the PSNI FC and the 28-year-old has vast amounts of experience at a top-level. 

Dillon, a 25-year-old midfielder, joined from Drogheda United and has vast experience having spent some years across the water with Derby, Hull and St Mirren as well as being capped at Republic of Ireland U19 level.

 

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