Paul Holleran has completed his first new signing of the close season, snapping up midfielder Joe Clarke after his release from National League North rivals Tamworth.

The 28 year old made 36 appearances for the Lambs last season, scoring 1 goal. Early in his career he was a member of the Evesham United side that pipped Brakes to the Southern League Midland Division title back in 2007/08, going on to feature for Redditch United and Solihull Moors before Mark Cooper gave him the chance to move into full time football at Darlington.

He then went on to earn a contract at Wrexham, spending four successful years in North Wales before spells at Kidderminster Harriers and Brackley Town in 2015/16.

‘Joe is a local boy who has a wealth of experience at this level and above,’ said Holleran. ‘He is technically a very good player and will add something that I think we’ve been missing over the last couple of years. Although he has played a lot of games and has a great deal of experience he is still young in football terms, and will fit right in to what we do at Leamington. We are delighted that he has agreed to come and play for us.’

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