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Louis Corrigan

Position : Defender

Influential Louis Corrigan is in the squad for 2019-20, having been a consistently strong performer in the Yellow and Green over the previous one and a half seasons.

He helped Michael Ellison's side to take the final step to the North West Counties League Premier Division title the campaign before last, after a number of near misses.

Upon promotion, Louis also played a big part in ensuring that the Linnets settled quicky and effectively into Northern Premier League life.

Undoubtedly one of the best left backs in our division, vastly-experienced Louis is an excellent reader of the game.

He is also a set-piece specialist in and around the box.

Louis has scored some special goals from free-kicks while also putting his ice-cool temperament to good use when penalty taking.

A trademark free-kick goal in the final game of last season at Glossop NE saw Louis reach double figures for the campaign with half of his 10 goals, in 46 appearances, coming from the spot. Louis had joined for the second half of our title-winning NWCL season - arriving in January 2018 from Trafford, after joining them in the summer of 2017.

Louis had spent 2016-17 at Colwyn Bay, signing from Skelmersdale. The now 28-year-old has enjoyed a couple of spells at both these clubs.

He started out, however, as a 16-year-old at Tranmere in 2007, staying for two years.

An initial stint with Colwyn Bay ended in 2010 with a switch for Louis to Warrington Town.

In late 2011, he joined Skem for the first time and was instrumental in their successful push for promotion to the EVO-STIK League Premier Division.

In April 2014, Louis was recognised with a place in the NPL First Division North's 'Team of the Year' before heading to Australia to sign for Shepparton United.

Marine was his first stop on returning to England, prior to second spells at Skem and Colwyn Bay.

Runcorn Linnets would like to thank Paul & James Eastup who have kindly sponsored Louis Corrigan.




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