Mousehole AFC have continued their summer recruitment campaign with the signing of local player Josh Magin.
Josh Magin is described as an athletic and speedy wide player with lots of natural ability, who also has the versatility to play more centrally. He is expected to flourish under the guidance of manager Jake Ash, coach Andy Graham and fitness expert Gareth O’Neill, as the club continues to offer opportunities to local players with as-yet untapped potential.
The 29-year old has been playing for his home-town club St Ives Town in the St Piran League West at Step 7. He was also a member of the excellent 2017/18 Ludgvan team that narrowly finished runners-up in their first season after promotion to the SWPL West Division.
Josh Magin is a qualified and experienced beach lifeguard, so his joining-up with Mousehole will add to the club’s long-standing association with the RNLI.
Manager Jake Ash has now made four recent additions to his squad, with this latest arrival coming shortly after the signing of Kian Burns from Camelford, Jude Boyd from Plymouth Argyle, and Sean Roberts formerly of Ludgvan AFC.
With an eye on the possible start of the 2020/21 campaign later in the year, Mousehole are stepping up their pre-season programme for the combined First Team and Development Squads. As the club’s progressive coaching programme continues to grow in reputation and interest, more signings are likely over the coming weeks.