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Premier Intermediate


27 Aug 2020
© Banbridge Town FC Lewis Hunter, one of four new arrivals at Crystal Park
Banbridge Town boss Stuart King has enjoyed a busy and productive few days of transfer window activity, bringing a number of new faces to the club.
Making the move to Crystal Park are Lewis Hunter, Josh Durnin, Shealan Fegan and Adam Campbell.
Most recognisable amongst the quartet are Hunter and Durnin, who both sign from Newry City. Hunter, 20, made half-a-dozen appearances between the sticks at The Showgrounds last season while Durnin, a 23-year-old midfielder, clocked up five outings for Darren Mullen's side.
Also formerly with Newry, albeit in their second string, 19-year-old Fegan, a tricky winger, comes highly recommended and impressed during pre-season. 
At 24 Campbell is the oldest of the four new arrivals. The attacking full back was most recently with Mid Ulster Intermediate A side Moneyslane for whom he made 15 appearances last term.