Bostik League North promotion-chasers Haringey Borough have made two excellent signings as they bid for a place in the play-offs.
They have signed centre-back Mark Kirby has joined from Bostik Premier side Enfield Town on loan until the end of the season.
Kirby re-joined Town in 2016 after a brief spell at former club Hendon.
He originally signed for Town in October 2009 from Hendon, having previously played for Hillingdon Borough, Barnet and Radlett-based Belstone FC.
He was the 2013/14 supporters’ player of the season and has appeared in central defence for the majority of his 300-plus appearances, but can also operate in midfield, and has played occasionally as a striker.
Enfield Town manager Leese told the club`s Pitchero website: “It’s good for all parties that Mark will now be able to get a run of games under his belt, as his opportunities with us have been limited due to injury and unavailability. He has, of course, missed most of the season, and so the chance for him to play now regularly is ideal and I’m looking forward to him returning to the club pre-season and injury free.”
Haringey have also signed forward Andre McCollin from another Bostik Premier outfit, Kingstonian.
McCollin re-joined the K`s in December 2017 from Merstham and requested to leave the club due to a change in personal circumstances and he will now try to help his new club succeed in gaining promotion.
He began his career with Corinthian-Casuals in 2006/07 before having spells with Fisher Athletic and then Yeovil Town, Farnborough and Croydon Athletic before joining the K’s in 2012.
After a highly successful couple of seasons in the hoops, he moved to Aldershot Town in October 2014 and then Cray Wanderers in the summer of 2015 before his first return to the club in 2016.
He made over 150 appearances for the K’s, scoring 80 goals.