THE versatile Lewis Wilson has departed Stratford Town for local rivals Banbury United, it has been announced.
The 26-year-old, who has been used in a variety of positions during his time at the Arden Garages Stadium, made 83 appearances in all competitions for Town after signing from St Neots Town.
Wilson, who has also had spells at Kettering Town and AFC Rushden & Diamonds, scored 11 goals for the Blues and always gave 100 per cent, no matter where he played on the pitch.
LEWIS WILSON JOINS THE PURITANS ⚽️|
The club can confirm that 26 year-old striker or wide midfielder Lewis Wilson is joining the Puritans. pic.twitter.com/39kLyuNPX0
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