Tag: midfield

Andy Kay extends his contract

We are pleased to announce that 22 year old midfielder Andy Kay has extended his contract with us, keeping him at the club until at least June 2020.

Andy joined us in July 2016 and has established himself as a regular presence in the team. Equally comfortable at the back or upfront, Andy has already scored 5 goals this season.

Thanks for sticking with the mighty Mariners Andy!

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New Signing – Conor McKenzie

Camelon Juniors are pleased to announce the signing of 21 year old midfielder Conor McKenzie from Cumbernauld Colts. The former Stirling Albion and Under 18 Scottish schoolboy international can play either the right or left midfield and is another strong young addition to the first team.

Manager Gordon Herd said “it’s great to get Conor on board. This let’s us have our business nearly complete really early. He’s impressed the coaching staff on the occasions we’ve seen him and he’ll be a good addition to the squad.”

Welcome to the mighty Mariners Conor!


Players begin extending contracts

Manager Gordon Herd, with support from the Management Committee, have been working away to shape our team going forwards, and as part of that have been negotiating new or extended contracts for some of players.  We’ll keep you posted here as soon as these are formalised.

For now, we are very pleased to confirm that 21 year old midfielder Andy Kay has agreed a new deal and extended his contract through to the end of next season.

Thanks for sticking with the mighty Mariners Andy!



New Signing – Liam McCroary

Manager Gordon Herd welcomes Liam McCroary to Camelon Juniors FC

We are very pleased to announce the signing of Liam McCroary from Cumbernauld Colts. The Falkirk born central midfielder was previously signed with Stenhousemuir during which time he enjoyed loan spells at Kilsyth and Sauchie.

Gordon Herd, Manager, said “We signed Liam because we’d been after him in the summer and when we heard he became available we moved very quickly to sign him up now. He’s young with a good footballing brain and he’s got an excellent engine in him that will bolster our midfield. He’s a local lad as well and knows a lot of the other players so that will help him settle in.”

Welcome to the club Liam!