Connah’s Quay Nomads bolster frontline with addition of forward Jamie Insall.

Former Hibernian striker Jamie Insall has been handed a route back into football with the Connah’s Quay Nomads.

The 27-year-old was banned from all sports for the last two years after failing a UK anti-doping test in March 2017. He is now free to play again after his ban expired, where he has been training with the Nomads in recent weeks.

The 27-year-old has spent a majority of his career playing in Scotland. He was plucked from the English non-league having played for Littleton and then Stourbridge, before moving to Hibernian and then East Fife.

He was named Player of the Month in the Ladbrokes Scottish League One in September 2014.

His move is subject to International clearance.

Speaking to, Nomads manager Andy Morrison said: “A big Connah’s Quay welcome to Jamie Insall who has joined us and will add a different dimension to our game.”

Upon signing for the Nomads, Insall tweeted:Been a long journey. but I’m back. Look forward to helping The Nomads in [their] quest to win the Welsh prem and Welsh cup this year/next.

“Also excited about a little stint in Europe next year.”

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