During a summer of change for Aberystwyth, many would have questioned what the fortunes of the Seasiders would turn out to be this campaign. Under new managerial duo Mathew Bishop and Wayne Jones, Aberystwyth’s playing and management staff was drastically changed and it has been a stable season for the club. Here are five players that have stood out for the Green and Blacks. 

Luke Borrelli

Signed from Haverfordwest County in the summer transfer window, Borrelli has become a fan favourite at Park Avenue since his arrival. During the season, Borrelli is our joint top scorer with Geoff Kellaway who both have seven goals in this campaign. He recently extended his contract for another year with the Black & Greens, which is great news for the club considering his goal return for the club this year.

Geoff Kellaway

Another fan favourite, Geoff Kellaway is currently in his third spell with Aberystwyth after resigning from Carmarthen in 2013. His recent return from injury is a welcome boost to the Seasiders for the remainder of the season. 

Chris Mullock

Mullock signed on loan from TNS in the summer, but signed permanently in the January transfer window and he has already impressed the fans at Park Avenue. After multiple good performances and an incredible goal against Rhyl from 65 yards out, to mark the new 3G pitch at the club, the shot stopper has won the fans’ respect and without his performances the club would no doubt be lower down the table. 

Ryan Wollacott

Wollacott signed for Aber in the summer and has been a rock in the defence. A hard working defender, Wollacott has proven he is hard to get past and looks to be one of the most solid players on the books at the club.

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Kostya Georgievski

Irish born Kostya signed from Havorfordwest in the summer. The youngster has put in some good performances for Aber on the wings and has given defenders a nightmare. He may not have been a regular starter for the side, but Georgievsky looks like one for the future on the flanks for Aber.

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