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Premier Intermediate


05 Aug 2020

Lee Feeney has unveiled no fewer than three new signings as he prepares his Bangor squad for the forthcoming season.

In what has been a busy few days for the recently appointed Feeney, he has brought Pearse McVarnock, Kian Storey and David Hume to the Bangor Fuels Arena. The signings come after he had agreed renewed terms with most of last season's panel.

McVarnock, 21, joins from Amateur League side St. Matthews. Formerly with Glentoran and Cliftonville as a youth, the winger has scored three times in pre-season friendlies against Ballymacash Rangers and Abbey Villa.

17-year-old defender Storey arrives from Knockbreda for whom he made 10 appearances, scoring once, after making the switch from Linfield Swifts in January. He was a member of the Blues squad that lifted the Steel & Sons Cup last season.

Meanwhile, former Lisburn Distillery and Dundela defender Hume (28) joins from Amateur League side Tullycarnet.