Curzon Ashton have announced the departures of three players.
At the weekend, Chris Rowney confirmed that he will be looking for a new challenge elsewhere next season. A key member of the successful promotion-winning side, he signed for the club in 2013 in a transfer from Mossley.
The club say his commitment to the club and endeavour on the pitch could never be questioned and he has proved very popular with supporters.
This week also sees striker-midfielder-defender, Ryan Brooke, leave for pastures new. In a Tweet, he said:
“I love the club, the players, the fans & the staff. But due to the huge increase in travel in the national league north & my ever increasing family, I have decided to sign elsewhere. Thanks for the memories, I’m proud to say I’m a Curzon Ashton fan.”
Captain Jonathan Hunt will also be leaving after seven years. Hunt declined an offer to renew his deal with Curzon and has accepted an offer from neighbours Ashton United to help them get back to the National League North at the first attempt. He will join up with former teammates Simon Woodward, Liam Tomsett and recent signing Connor Hughes at Hurst Cross.