Seagulls sign new club captain

Tim ChannonFirst Team

Tom Hardwick in action for Warrington

Tom Hardwick in action for Warrington Town.

SEAGULLS boss Paul Moore has agreed terms with Warrington Town central defender Tom Hardwick, who is to become the new club captain.

 The 28-year-old started his career with Southport, and has enjoyed promotion success with both Skelmersdale United, helping them win the Evostik Division One North title in 2012/13, and Warrington Town last season.
 He was also a member of the Warrington side that had the money-spinning FA Cup run in 2014/15, which included the 1-0 victory over Exeter City in the first round proper.
 The manager described it as “a huge signing for Colwyn Bay Football Club”.
 “Tom’s attitude is second to none and his experience, knowledge and ability will be a tremendous asset to us and help us build a successful side.
“He is a fantastic acquisition for the club and will be the new club captain.”
  The manager added that he has a couple more big signings in the pipeline and says: “Things are taking shape very nicely and the new lads we have signed already  can’t wait to get started. “
Meanwhile, Carl Rodgers and Jordan Fagbola have decided to leave the club.