Athium Midland Football Combination
Published 10th February 2012
The 27-year-old former Port Vale apprentice arrives from Baker Joiner Midland Alliance outfit Heath Hayes and Bolehall boss Daren Fulford said: "We are delighted to have him on board.
"Craig's a left winger and likes to get on the ball and play.
"He's tricky, has plenty of pace and is fit and energetic.
"He also has plenty of experience and will give us something a bit different as an attacking force."
Meanwhile, Bolehall's top of the table clash with Southam was postponed on Saturday but Swifts still managed to enjoy a fruitful weekend.
They took on Evo-Stik Premier League outfit Rushall Olympic on the 3G pitches at Rawlett, losing 2-0.
Fulford said: "We were aware earlier in the week, after seeing the forecast, that there might be a problem getting the game on.
"So we provisionally booked Rawlett and Neil Kitching (Rushall manager) agreed to play us.
"It was a really good workout for us and we played fantastically well against very good opposition.
"It was as good as we have played in weeks and hopefully that will give the lads a confidence boost.
"I felt we bossed the game in the first half with Conor Fulford, Anthony Juxon and Dan Hales all doing really well.
"Michael Swan was also immense up front and people like Tommy Starkey, Jamie Abbott and Adam Wood all put in good performances.
"We changed things around a bit in the second half and lost to two late goals but I think the whole squad can be happy with the way we played.
"With the way the weather is, it might be a week or two before we play a league game so these kind of games are vital to keep us ticking over.
"It's frustrating with the weather but the advantage that we have is that we are up to date with our league fixtures.
"Other teams have games in hand but they will now be facing a backlog of fixtures and it will be interesting to see how they cope with those extra week games."