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Latest News - 14/07/2017

Sonkur Signs On

Aryton Sonkur signs a one year deal at Galabank ahead of this weekends trip to face Clyde.

Sonkur last night put pen to paper as he joined Peter Murphy’s first team squad.

The 19 year old midfielder has came from Queens of the South where he was part of last seasons development squad.

Ayrton also spent time on loan at his home town club Hawick Royal Albert in the Lowland League whilst remaining with the Dumfries U20 side.

This now takes the new managers squad number to 17 ahead of his first competitive match at the Broadwood Stadium.

Players Signed for 2017/18

Peter Murphy

Alex Mitchell – Goalkeeper

Peter Watson

Jack Brannan

Steven Swinglehurst

Raffi Krissian

Aryton Sonkur

Scott Hooper

Ryan Sinnamon

Aidan Smith

Daniel Orsi

Owen Moxon

Kevin Rutkiewicz

Ryan Stevenson

Rabin Omar

James Creaney

JimAtkinson – Goalkeeper

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