Trio commit futures to Stratford Town

Striker Jazz Luckie has agreed to stay at Stratford Town. Photo: Steve Wood

ANDY Gallinagh, Charlie Evans and Jazz Luckie are the latest players from last season’s squad to commit themselves to Darren Byfield’s Stratford Town.

Former Cheltenham Town defender Gallinagh, 33, made 42 starts for Town last season, having re-joined the club for a second stint last summer.

Youngster Evans, who graduated through the youth team ranks, has been involved in the Stratford’s first-team for the past two seasons.

Andy Gallinagh.

Luckie will also remain at Town for a second season. The former Redditch striker was delighted to sign after expressing his love for the club.

“I really enjoyed my first season at Stratford,” said Luckie, who scored ten goals in 37 appearances last term.

“I feel in love with the club and the supporters are great and I’m really happy to be working with Darren again.

“He is a top manager and will only improve me as a footballer. I’m also excited about next season’s fixtures with the new-look league.”

The trio follow James Hancocks, James Fry, Dan Summerfield, and Mike Taylor, plus the returning Kieren Westwood who has rejoined from Stafford Rangers, in new boss Byfield’s squad.