Mousehole have further strengthened their squad with the capture of Sean Roberts, their third new signing of the week.
His arrival comes shortly after the announcement of Kian Burns from Camelford and Jude Boyd from Plymouth Argyle.
The 24-year old is described as a busy, technically-gifted central midfield player who will fit in well with Mousehole’s positive style of play.
Sean Roberts is another player who, like Jude Boyd, is well known to Manager Jake Ash from his days as head coach of West Cornwall Schools.
In a further connection, Roberts was also a prominent member of the highly successful 2017/18 Ludgvan team whose assistant manager was Adam Fletcher, now Director of Football at Mousehole.
The St Ives-based playmaker made a big impression in Ludgvan’s remarkable season two years ago. Having just been promoted from the Cornwall Combination League, The Hurlers led the South West Peninsula League West Division for much of the campaign before ending up just one point behind champions Millbrook.
Roberts has recently spent some time abroad and on his return is now ready to make an impact in the next stage of Mousehole’s progression, as the club looks to improve on last season’s fourth place. As well as joining up again with Jake Ash and Adam Fletcher, he will be getting together at Trungle Parc with former Ludgvan teammates Steve Burt, Gerens James, Mark Richards, Jamie Devine and Jonny Ludlam.