Kieran Fish joins Tenbury Town for maiden season in Herefordshire Football League League Division Two (From Ludlow Advertiser)
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Kieran Fish joins Tenbury Town for maiden season in Herefordshire Football League League Division Two
KIERAN Fish has rejoined Tenbury Town for their historic season in Herefordshire League Division Two.
Fish had a spell at local rivals Tenbury United but has returned to Town ahead of Town’s much-awaited trip to Kingstone Har riers this Saturday.
Darren Prouse and Adam Everall have also signed up for Darren Worthington’s newly-promoted side.
“Kieran, Dar ren and Adam have settled down well so the competition for starting places are in high demand,” admitted Worthington.
“We look in good shape for the new season and I am confident we are more than capable of competing in Division Two.”
Worthington wants his side to hit the ground running in their opener at Kingstone Harriers this weekend.
“We have played against a few teams in the division and we know just how tough this campaign will be,” said Worthington.
“We have played well against some good teams in pre-season and that sort of form will be important for us to achieve our goals.”
Tenbury celebrated their firstever promotion at the end of last season after finishing runners- up to Bromyard FC in Division Three.
Town have warmed up for the new campaign with a host of promising pre-season displays.
Chris Patton scored twice and Mark Boucker also netted as Town drew 3-3 at Dore Valley in a warm-up match last weekend.
Town have beaten higher-graded Presteigne Reserves, Orleton, GDL from Worcester, and Shobdon Reserves.
Worthington’s men also put in a superb performance in a 2-2 draw at Ledbury Town Reserves.
He added: “I am sure that everyone who plays and supports Tenbury Town will enjoy our ground-breaking season.”
Town are looking forward to a cup tie at local rivals Brimfield on September 14 before making their Division Two home debut against Civil Service on September 21.