Belper Town joint-manager Paul Donnelly says the club is working on applying the finishing touches to the 2017/18 squad. Donnelly confirmed the Nailers were still in the hunt for a central defender and a striker - but only if the right players become available. He and fellow manager Anthony Danylyk have been speaking to targets and are willing to be patient to get the best fit for Belper Town.
Anthony Danylyk believes the additions of another defender and another striker would complete Belper Town’s squad for the forthcoming campaign. The Nailers have added to their ranks this week with the capture of central defender Kallum Keane and central midfielder Josh Barr-Rostron, while Sam Birks and Joe Hunt have committed to the club for the 2017/18 season.
Pinpoint archer Hollie Smith was part of the Great Britain team which smashed a world record on their way to gold medals at the European Youth Cup in Croatia. Heanor Gate student Hollie and her compound cadet women’s team-mates Layla Annison and Lucy Mason scored a combined 2019 points out of a possible 2160 in Porec. They beat the previous best ranking round world and European record, held by Italy, by 10 points to seal top spot from second-placed Italy and third-placed Estonia.
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