Paul `Charlie` Ennis has left Stalybridge Celtic and opted to join Evo-Stik League Premier rivals Shaw Lane AFC following an approach.
Ennis worked his way through the ranks at Stockport County, getting as far as making two first-team appearances off the bench.
After a spell with Celtic, he went looking for a professional contract, signing at Bala Town in the Welsh Premier.
After Bala, he joined Droylsden for a spell, and Cheadle Town, before signing for Witton Albion where he made two appearances before joining Northwich Victoria, who sent him on loan to Northwich Villa.
At the start of the 2013/14 season he was back in Wales with Colwyn Bay, and had a spell at Guiseley AFC before he re-joined Stalybridge for the run-in into the end of the season, and was nominated as player of the season for 2013/14, and won the `golden boot` in the 2014/15 season.
After leaving his second spell at Celtic, Ennis went to Hednesford Town, where he went onto make thirty-two appearances and score 8 goals during his season-long stint there.
The 2016/17 season started at Curzon Ashton with nineteen appearances and 3 goals, finishing at Matlock Town, from where he joined Celtic for his third stint earlier this month.