Kettering Town have completed two more signings ahead of the new Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division campaign.
Goalkeeper Scott Dutton, who came through the ranks at Wolverhampton Wanderers, and St Lucian defender Melanius Mullarkey have both been added to Marcus Law’s squad at Latimer Park.
Nineteen-year-old Dutton spend a month on loan at Crawley Town during last season and was a regular in Wolves’ development and under-21 squads.
Mullarkey had a spell in Cyprus before returning to the UK where he featured for the likes of Banbury United, Bedworth United and Rugby Town.
The Poppies have also confirmed that development squad players Silvano Obeng, Niall Duffy and Brane Djujic have also signed first-team registrations with the club.
Obeng has been particularly impressive during pre-season and scored in last night’s (Tuesday) 2-1 defeat to a Luton Town XI at Latimer Park having also found the net in last weekend’s 5-0 victory over Bashley.
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