MARK Randall has put pen to paper at Inver Park to become Tiernan Lynch’s first signing of the transfer window.
The former Arsenal youngster arrives at the club, with a wealth of experience in the English Football League, having previously been at MK Dons, Chesterfield, Newport and Crawley Town.
Mark, a central midfielder, will join up with former teammate Ben Tilney when the squad gather for pre-season training next week – and he can’t wait to get going.
“I spent a week here before the end of last season and I really enjoyed it,” he said.
“I could see that it was a great environment, and after speaking to the gaffer and Kenny Bruce I could see the journey the club have been on and what they want to do.
“I’m excited to get started and see what this first season back in the Premiership will bring.
“I spoke to Ben Tilney a lot and he absolutely loves it, so that was another great indicator for me.”
First team manager Tiernan Lynch was pleased to make his first addition, adding the 29-year-old
He added: “We’re absolutely delighted to bring a player of Mark’s calibre into the club.
“He’s the sort of player we need to bring in to help us to where we need to get to.
“Mark came in to train with is just over a month ago and he showed all the attributes we’re looking for him to bring next season.
“He’s a very good footballer, he has experience and is good in the changing room.”
Keep an eye on the club’s social media accounts for a full interview with Mark and boss Tiernan Lynch.