GLENN FELL is back in Saints colours as of today, having signed on for the remainder of the season following the cancellation of his contract with Highland Football League side Fort William.
Glenn, 22, played briefly with the Saints last season on a short term loan from the Claggan Park side, and in fact scored in the club's first post-revival win, a 4-2 victory over Inverness at the Links in September 2016.
Stuart Ross was delighted to finally have Glenn on a St Duthus form, having been pushing for the move since the start of the season. He said:
We had Glenn at the club last season on loan which got cut short that particular time but even in the short time with us we could see he is a talented player. We are tremendously excited after much tracking to be adding Glenn to the squad for the rest of the season. He'll bring us great experience and offers us many options down our left hand side both in the defensive and attacking quarters.
With regard to other player movements, the club can confirm that striker Miller Mackay has now been released from his St Duthus registration. We would like to thank Miller for his efforts in the first half of the season and we wish him all the best for the future. This departure is the second of the new year period, following the cancellation of Justin Rogers' loan from Nairn St Ninian JFC which had come to a premature end due to injury. We wish Justin all the best going forward and we hope that he recovers soon.