Aberystwyth Town sign experienced goalkeeper Terry McCormick

Aberystwyth Town have signed experienced goalkeeper Terry McCormick.

McCormick will go straight into the matchday squad, for the televised game against Cardiff Metropolitan University at Park Avenue this Friday.

The 34-year-old returns to the Welsh football scene, having left Brickfield Rangers back in November 2017.

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A statement from Aberystwyth Town said:“Everyone at the club would like to welcome Terry to Park Avenue, and you can see him in action on Friday evening as Aber take on Cardiff Met at Park Avenue.”

During his time in the Welsh pyramid system, the former Tranmere Rovers youth has played for clubs like Connah’s Quay, Bala Town, Flint Town United, Brickfield Rangers.

He most recently played for Northern English clubs like Runcorn Town and Ashville FC.

The Green and Blacks were forced to play striker Porya Ahmadi in goals for a half, after an injury to Leigh Jenkins who joined this summer. Aberystwyth won on the opening day against Llandudno 1-0, Declan Walker scored the winning goal.

Neville Powell’s side also lost Chris Mullock, who has reunited with Craig Harrison at Bangor City, having previously worked under him at The New Saints. Mullock was Aber’s first choice goalkeeper for a number of years.

“The club would also like to take the opportunity to wish goalkeeper Leigh Jenkins a speedy recovery after it was confirmed he suffered a hairline fracture on his shin during last weekend’s victory over Llandudno.

An injury that will hopefully see Leigh back in action much sooner than first feared.”

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