Manager Jake Ash has strengthened Mousehole’s challenge for the 2020/21 season with the addition of midfielder Andrew Elcock.
The 25-year old Cornishman was pencilled in to make a playing debut for The Seagulls in March, but the Covid-19 restrictions came into force before that could happen.
Launceston-born Andrew Elcock most recently played for his home-town ‘Clarets’ in the Peninsula Premier West, where he was noted for his ability to “pull the strings” in midfield.
He started his footballing education and career with Plymouth Argyle, where he spent seven years progressing through the Youth ranks and Academy.
He then signed for Step 2 National League South club Bath City. From there, he had periods with Southern League clubs Cirencester Town at Step 3 and then Bristol-based side Paulton Rovers at Step 4. He arrived back at Launceston to resume playing following a lengthy injury lay off.
Along the way, Elcock has gained a UEFA ‘B’ coaching badge and is a highly qualified personal trainer and sports performance coach. Jake Ash’s fourth signing of the month comes after the announcements publicising the arrivals of Kian Burns, Jude Boyd and Sean Roberts.