Corby Town have completed three new signings. Caretaker-manager has been as good as his word after he confirmed last week that he expected new arrivals at Steel Park this week. Forward Jake Bettles has joined the Steelmen from Desborough Town. Bettles scored 25 goals for Ar Tarn last season before signing for Daventry Town where he scored 12 in 20 appearances before rejoining Desborough. Midfielder Lee Garvie has also signed for Corby.
Andy Peaks once again piled the praise on his in-form AFC Rushden & Diamonds team after an “excellent” performance in last night’s (Tuesday) 4-0 success at Aylesbury FC. Captain Liam Dolman scored twice while Tom Lorraine and Ben Farrell were also on target as Diamonds claimed their second 4-0 away win of the week having won by the same scoreline at Fleet Town on Saturday.
The caretaker-manager said last week that he would be looking to freshen his squad up with some new faces and he delivered with a triple swoop on Tuesday. Local lad Lee Garvie and fellow midfielder Ashley Robinson, who played with Kinniburgh at Kettering Town and has been with Evo-Stik League South rivals Peterborough Sports, were joined at Steel Park by forward Jake Bettles, who has arrived from Desborough Town.
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