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Toolstation Western League Premier Division club Mousehole have reinforced their squad with the signing of Jack Calver from Pitching In Southern League Division One South side Bideford AFC.
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The 23-year-old previously played for Plymouth Argyle, St Austell and Plymouth Parkway.

 

The midfielder joined Bideford in June 2020.

 

This season, he has made a couple of substitute appearances for Mousehole as a dual-signed player, most notably in the away league win at Saltash United in early October, where he immediately imposed his authority in his preferred midfield role and scored a stunning long-range goal to help secure a 3-1 win for the Seagulls.

 

Mousehole’s manager Jake Ash was delighted to be able to bring the talented player to Trungle Parc on a permanent deal, telling his club`s website: “I first spoke to Jack at the end of the aborted 2019/20 season and then again at the end of last season, as he is a player I have really liked since I saw him playing for St Austell. Even back then he stood out as someone who could play at a higher standard and possessed so many tools to admire. I’ve personally been to watch him a few times in the last 12 months and each time it has cemented my opinion that he has everything we look for in a player at this club.”

 

“At just 23 I think he has so much room to still improve – training regularly, coupled with playing in a more central position than he has been, will kick him on even further, especially as he gets fitter and sharper. I can’t wait to work with Jack to support and witness the next part of his journey, as I think everything is in place at this club to really help him flourish.”

 

Mousehole’s new signing comes shortly after the arrival of striker Andy Watkins (pictured) on a dual-registration basis as he regains match fitness following an injury sustained at parent club, Southern Premier Division South outfit Tiverton Town.

 

The experienced 36-year-old Cornwall-born striker began his career with Bideford before joining Truro City in July 2006.

 

During his first season at Treyew Road the club lifted the Western League Division One title and won the FA Vase beating AFC Totton 3–1 in the final, held at the new Wembley Stadium.

 

This began five years of almost uninterrupted success for the club, climbing up through the leagues to the Conference South, with his goals playing a major part in this rise.

 

Even when it all began to unravel for the White Tigers, he remained loyal to the club, playing just a single game for Bideford when it looked like Truro had gone out of business, and he was named player of the year.

 

In total he scored 143 goals in 295 games for Truro. Bath had made an offer for his services in January 2013 and, following Truro’s relegation in April, he signed for the National League South club in June 2013, moving to Tiverton in the summer of 2020.

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Double Boost for Mousehole
Double Boost for Mousehole
Saturday 11 December 21 I 09:41:42
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The 23-year-old previously played for Plymouth Argyle, St Austell and Plymouth Parkway.

 

The midfielder joined Bideford in June 2020.

 

This season, he has made a couple of substitute appearances for Mousehole as a dual-signed player, most notably in the away league win at Saltash United in early October, where he immediately imposed his authority in his preferred midfield role and scored a stunning long-range goal to help secure a 3-1 win for the Seagulls.

 

Mousehole’s manager Jake Ash was delighted to be able to bring the talented player to Trungle Parc on a permanent deal, telling his club`s website: “I first spoke to Jack at the end of the aborted 2019/20 season and then again at the end of last season, as he is a player I have really liked since I saw him playing for St Austell. Even back then he stood out as someone who could play at a higher standard and possessed so many tools to admire. I’ve personally been to watch him a few times in the last 12 months and each time it has cemented my opinion that he has everything we look for in a player at this club.”

 

“At just 23 I think he has so much room to still improve – training regularly, coupled with playing in a more central position than he has been, will kick him on even further, especially as he gets fitter and sharper. I can’t wait to work with Jack to support and witness the next part of his journey, as I think everything is in place at this club to really help him flourish.”

 

Mousehole’s new signing comes shortly after the arrival of striker Andy Watkins (pictured) on a dual-registration basis as he regains match fitness following an injury sustained at parent club, Southern Premier Division South outfit Tiverton Town.

 

The experienced 36-year-old Cornwall-born striker began his career with Bideford before joining Truro City in July 2006.

 

During his first season at Treyew Road the club lifted the Western League Division One title and won the FA Vase beating AFC Totton 3–1 in the final, held at the new Wembley Stadium.

 

This began five years of almost uninterrupted success for the club, climbing up through the leagues to the Conference South, with his goals playing a major part in this rise.

 

Even when it all began to unravel for the White Tigers, he remained loyal to the club, playing just a single game for Bideford when it looked like Truro had gone out of business, and he was named player of the year.

 

In total he scored 143 goals in 295 games for Truro. Bath had made an offer for his services in January 2013 and, following Truro’s relegation in April, he signed for the National League South club in June 2013, moving to Tiverton in the summer of 2020.

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