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Binns in at Cirencester
Binns in at Cirencester
Pitching In Southern League Division One South club Cirencester Town have followed up the earlier return of Joe Shepherd from Swindon Supermarine by acquiring the services of full back Lewis Binns.
Saturday 24 October 20 I 08:23:02 I Photo by

The 24-year-old had been in limbo since Southern Premier Division South side Merthyr Town had been forced to go into `mothballs` due to the Covid-19 rules in Wales.

 

Binns joined the Martyrs in June 2019 from Cirencester`s league rivals Cinderford Town after being crowned supporters` player of the year.

 

He is former Hartpury College student who arrived at the Foresters in the summer of 2018 from rivals Evesham United where he spent four seasons.

 

Formerly with Newport County, he is a technically gifted footballer with a specialty for dead ball situations.

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Binns in at Cirencester
Binns in at Cirencester
Saturday 24 October 20 I 08:23:02
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The 24-year-old had been in limbo since Southern Premier Division South side Merthyr Town had been forced to go into `mothballs` due to the Covid-19 rules in Wales.

 

Binns joined the Martyrs in June 2019 from Cirencester`s league rivals Cinderford Town after being crowned supporters` player of the year.

 

He is former Hartpury College student who arrived at the Foresters in the summer of 2018 from rivals Evesham United where he spent four seasons.

 

Formerly with Newport County, he is a technically gifted footballer with a specialty for dead ball situations.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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