Another leaves and one signs at Tiptree

TIPTREE United have released a central defender, but signed a popular former player.Close on the heels of the transfer-listing of utility player, Lee Townrow, Tiptree manager, Colin Wallington has also released central defender, Jack Wignall.

TIPTREE United have released a central defender, but signed a popular former player.

Close on the heels of the transfer-listing of utility player, Lee Townrow, Tiptree manager, Colin Wallington has also released central defender, Jack Wignall.

'Wiggy', who joined the Jam-Makers back in October from fellow Ridgeon Premier outfit, Needham Market has made 17 league and Cup appearances during his time at Chapel Road.

Also leaving the Club is Assistant Manager, Gary Thompson - Gary joined Colin Wallington staff at the turn of the year having previously been first team manager at Whitton United.


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To counterbalance the recent departures, Colin Wallington has acted swiftly and signed utility player Steve Wareham in time to be included in the Jam-Makers crunch match against Leiston at Chapel Road on Saturday.

'Stevie' will need no introduction to Tiptree fans, when as a teenager, he formed an important part of the Jam-Makers Vase final team back in season 2001/02.

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Scorer of the decisive second goal in the Vase semi-final tie at King's Marsh, Sudbury, Steve left the Club the following season to further his University education.to become a Physical Education teacher.

His later return to football has seen him play for both Maldon Town and Thurrock in the Ryman League before joining Brentwood Town from where he now re-joins the Club.

An exciting and pacey, midfield, winger or forward, Steve is sure to be a welcome addition to the Club's ranks.

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