Back in charge: Liam Marsh
Ingrow & Worth Valley have revealed new management for their first and second teams.
Retaking the reins of the first team is club founder Liam Marsh.
Marsh left Ingrow to take over for a short spell as manager of Cowling but returned to the Steampigs as a player.
On his return, Marsh said: “Ingrow have always been my team. When I came back as a player last season it showed me just how much I love the club and I’m genuinely excited about my return as manager.
“I’m really looking forward to the new season. With our promotion to the First Division due to the Craven League restructure, I’m expecting a good challenge.
“I can’t wait to get my teeth into it and I’m really excited about the club’s future progression.”
Reserves boss: Dean Mash
The Reserve team will see a new face introducing himself as manager. Former Royal goalkeeper Dean Mash has followed his son Joe into the Steampigs set up.
Mash he was looking forward to a new challenge of being a manager and could not wait for the new season to start.
Assisting Mash will be former St Anne’s and Three Horses manager Dale Bennett.
“Dale has experience of managing and this will help both me and the players throughout the season,” said Mash.
Assistant: Dale Bennett
Club secretary Sean Kelly was delighted with the appointments and said: “I certainly feel we have the right guys on board to help this club continue on the right path.
“With some new committee members, it will help us get to where we want to be in the long run.
“Liam brings a lot to the club as a manager and has already started pitching his ideas about how he intends to take the club forward.
“With Dean taking over it gives a fresh outlook on the Reserves and, hopefully, with Dale helping out, they’ll be able to bring the younger players through and get them ready for adult and first team football.”