Sean Joyce, manager of Evo-Stik League South West club Bideford AFC, has announced the return of Craig Duff.
Duff played his early football in South Devon with Kingskerswell and Chelston before stepping up into the South West Peninsula League in 2009 with Galmpton Gents.
Spells then followed at Bovey Tracey from the start of the 2010/11 campaign and Falmouth Town later that season, with Duff then joining Evo-Stik South Premier side Weymouth in September 2011 where he spent the next two years, making over eighty appearances.
He switched to Bideford in the summer of 2013 and was top goalscorer with 15 goals, helping them to a club-high eighth-place finish in the Southern Premier Division.
After a season in North Devon, he signed for Truro City ahead of the 2014/15 term. Two successful seasons followed at Treyew Road where he scored 25 goals in eighty-three appearances, helping them win promotion to the Vanarama National League South.
He joined Tiverton Town in the summer of 2016 before his short stay there ended with a move to Bideford`s league rivals Taunton Town.
CRAIG DUFF RETURNS!https://t.co/dZbZ8GU16G
— Bideford AFC (@BidefordAFC) August 18, 2017