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18 Aug 2020
© PressEye Aaron Traynor
Aaron Traynor has pledged his future to Coleraine after agreeing a new two-year contract extension with the club.
The 30-year-old full back arrived at The Showgrounds in June 2017 from Warrenpoint Town, and has gone on to claim Irish Cup and League Cup winners medals in his 88 appearances since then.
Formerly also with Lisburn Distillery and Carrick Rangers, this new deal keeps Traynor on the Ballycastle Road until the end of the 2022-23 campaign 
Speaking to the official club website, boss Oran Kearney was pleased to have agreed the deal.
"This news is brilliant for everyone involved. Aaron was in the Team of the Year a couple of seasons ago before suffering a terrible injury but he has now returned to where he had been before," he said.
"He is one of the best full-backs in the country and he is a big personality both on and off the pitch. We are delighted that Aaron will be here for another three years."