Mark Winslade

Nantwich Town forward Mark Winslade has signed a contract with the Weaver Stadium club.

The frontman joined the Dabbers in 2014 from Flint Town United from the Welsh leagues.

Manager Phil Parkinson was delighted the former AFC Fylde and Vuaxhall Motors forward had agreed to sign a contract with the Dabbers.

Parkinson said: “He has worked hard during training sessions since I have been at the club.

“Hopefully he can score many more goals for us in the rest of this season as we try to push up the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League table.”

Winslade has scored seven goals in 34 games for Nantwich.

He scored his first Nantwich goal away at Ramsbottom which they won 4-1.

He has also scored against Stourbridge, Ramsbottom in the FA Trophy, Belper, Barwell and Workington.

Ahead of Saturday’s game against Kings Lynn Town FC, which Nantwich won 2-1, it was announced that PJ Hudson had returned to Nantwich Town.

Hudson was a substitute against the Linnets, coming on for Matty Kosylo on the 72nd minute.

Parkinson was delighted with Hudson’s performance against Kings Lynn.

He said: “I thought PJ came on and it was very tough for him in that situation.

“I just felt he would give us a bit of energy. But the pace of the game was electric.

“PJ was at Congleton FC and we are very thankful of Congleton’s help in allowing PJ in joining Nantwich Town.”

PJ has also played for Crewe FC in the Cheshire League and plays as a left winger.

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