Marsh leads Steampigs

Kevin Marsh (right) agrees to take the reins.

The Ingrow & Worth Valley’s vacant managerial position has at last been filled, with Kevin Marsh agreeing to take over affairs as the new first team manager. He will be assisted by current player and former Bronte coach Rye Bailey.
Marsh is a familiar sight to the Ingrow squad, frequenting the touchlines for the past few seasons.
Marsh has made his plans clear for the club’s future. “Next seasons efforts will be based on team work and unity. Rye and myself will work closely with the reserve team manager Dave Harman to bring out the best in our players, We shall be introducing some new and fresh ideas to the way we do things. We have also have recruited Kelly Anderton along with referee Gareth Nutter to help with the training side of things and we are in the process of adding some fresh blood to the squad in places we have highlighted we need to strengthen. So its onward to take the Steamers back to where they belong…on top”
With Marsh and Bailey now installed, Ingrow are looking to strengthen the playing squad and really kick on. Anyone wishing to join the clubs pre season training should follow the Ingrow & Worth Valley pages on Facebook or Twitter for any updates.

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