Striker Tom Peers has made his move from Chester FC to National League North outfit Hednesford Town a permanent one

The 20-year-old has spent three separate loan spells with the Pitmen this season – this followed a short time at Keys Park at the start of the last campaign.




Following the signing of the striker manager Frank Sinclair said: “Tom is a player that we know well with him having spent three loan spells with us, albeit the second one being cut short due to him being recalled.

“Tom has had to sit and wait for his opportunity as he gets back up to speed but he got his chance last weekend with him starting the game and I’m delighted that he has joined the club on a permanent basis.”

Peers will once again be available for the home fixture against Alfreton Town on Saturday at Keys Park.

Source: www.footballconference.co.uk


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