Nick Gray has strengthened his squad with the addition of three new signings. Cameron Brewis is a forward and was formerly at Park View Academy and Chester-le-Street United. He has recently been playing in Australia and was signed on his return to England. His international clearance came through last week and he is now eligible to play.
Adam Patterson, a midfielder who can also play at right back, recently moved to the north east from Northern Ireland to take up a post as a dentist, having previously studied at Belfast University. He started playing as a 4 year old for Dungannon Swifts, continuing through their youth teams up to under 20 level. He has since has played for Irish League sides Dollingswood and PSNI.
The third signing is a familiar name to many Bay fans. Tom Kindley first made his name at Hillheads as a teenage goalkeeper in 2009 following an injury to Terry Burke, and attracted the interest of Sunderland AFC. He had a second spell at the club several years later and after a break from the game returns as a back up for Dan Lister.