Date: Wed 07 Aug 2019

By David Simpson

Centurions sign Young keeper

Dual-registration with Gloucester City

Lewis Clayton has joined Cirencester Town after a successful trial period at the Southern League Division One South club this summer.

The young goalkeeper has also signed for National League North side Gloucester City on dual-registration forms.

Former Cheltenham Town youth team number one Clayton recently returned from a spell playing in Sweden with fourth-tier club IFK Mora, having spent most of last season at home village team Bishop's Cleeve in the Hellenic League Premier Division.

"I'm delighted to sign for Cirencester," Clayton said. "It's a great club with fantastic facilities and everyone has made me feel so welcome.

"The move came from signing for Gloucester City and Mike Cook suggesting a dual registration to get some game time under my belt and Cirencester was a club I couldn't say no to."

Cirencester Town FC