Charlie Baird joins us after returning from the states earlier this year. He is a player who impressed against us when he was at Worksop Town prior to moving to the USA. A quick, strong, technically good striker whom will continue to develop with us.Incoming
Alex O’Keefe is a left sided attacker who joins us from Shelley after impressing for them after joining in January from Ossett United. This included winning the NWCFL player of month for February. He has good pace, quick feet and will give us extra balance and width on the left.Incoming
Albeit a little earlier than normal, Penistone Church are delighted to announce our retained player list for the 2020/21 season.
Thomas Brennan - Thomas Cadzow - Tom Charlesworth - Jordan Coduri - Ashley Ellis - Elliott Firth - Danny Howes - Luke Johnson - Ryan Johnson - Bradley Kemp - Billy Law - Brett Lovell - Adam Rhodes - Duncan Richards - Cameron Rigby - Andrew Ring - Kieran Ryan - Cameron Simpson - Luke Stewart - James YoungContract Renewal
In a double swoop from Ossett, Nathan Keightley has also been given a chance to move higher up the footballing pyramid by the Norther Premier League team.
After a few spells for Penistone, Nathan has become an attacking force down the wing both scoring and creating goals. Often selfless on the ball, Nathan has show passion in the team and his drive to win superceded his desire for pesonal glory. A team player who will be greatly missed.
Ian Richards said 'Nathan has shown that he only needs the right conditions around him to show off his class. His work both on and off the ball is admirable and his work ethic both at training and on matchday has been exceptional. He's off to a higher level, where I wish him the very best of luck.'Outgoing
After a fantastic 2019/20 season, Max has deservedly been given his chance higher up at Ossett United who play in the Northern Premier League Division One (North West).
A powerful keeper with a strong presence, Max helped keep his fair share of clean sheets throughout the cut-short campaign and keeping us in the top three defensive teams in the league.
Ian Richards said 'Max was a pleasure to manage during his time at Penistone. He stepped up and adapted to the team and our game brilliantly. He deserves his chance higher and we all wish him the very best with Ossett.'Outgoing