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FOOTBALL: Key men set to stay with Clarets




Eight players have agreed deals to remain at Deeping Rangers for next season's promotion push.

The Clarets are looking to keep the majority of the squad at the Haydon Whitham Stadium after a successful campaign.

David Burton-Jones
David Burton-Jones

Skipper David Burton-Jones and vice-captain Dan Flack led the way by deciding to re-sign for 2019-20.

Last term's 27-goal top scorer Scott Mooney will stay with Deeping alongside midfielder Charlie Coulson and central defender Luke Hunnings.

Goalkeeper Lewis Elsom, left-back Luke Andersen and midfielder Dan Jarvis have also agreed new deals.

But forward Cameron Johnson has left to join Peterborough Sports.

Deeping boss Michael Goode and his management team had already pledged their future to the club.

They guided the Clarets to second spot in the Future Lions United Counties League Premier Division last season as well securing the Lincolnshire FA Senior Trophy after a record-breaking run to the fifth round of the Buildbase FA Vase.

Rangers also reached the final of the UCL KitmanUK Knockout Cup before being expelled from the competition for fielding an ineligible player in their semi-final drubbing of Premier Division champions Daventry.

Meanwhile, Bourne Town have announced that Rob Middleton will remain charge for another season in Division One.

He is joined by club captain Dan Smith who takes on the role of assistant manager while Lee Wood is the Wakes' first-team coach.



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