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Marine AFC have confirmed a bit of an overhaul of their squad with five players arriving and two leaving the Evo-Stik League Premier club.

Tony Donaldson, 19, is a central midfielder who began his career at Skelmersdale United under current Mariners boss Tommy Lawson.

He joined Doncaster Rovers on a professional contract in January 2017 and has also had spells at AFC Telford United, Runcorn Linnets and Widnes.

John McGrath is a 20-year-old winger who joins the club after impressing at City of Liverpool in the Hallmark Security League Premier Division.

Spencer Myers is a highly-rated young player who started his career with Everton.

The Torquay born 20-year-old can play as a left-sided defender or midfielder and has previously been with Fleetwood Town and had a loan spell at Vanarama National League North outfit Southport.

Samuel Razavet, 27, is a defender who has most recently been with Evi-Stik League North side Radcliffe FC.

He has played previously for a number of lower league clubs in his native France, most notably Marignane.

And finally, the Mariners have signed young striker Niall Watson on loan from SkyBet League Two side Accrington Stanley.

Watson, 17, is the son of Marine championship winner and former Southport boss Liam Watson and has already made his first-team debut for Accrington.

He is an attacking player who can play anywhere across the front three.

Meanwhile, Michael Grogan and Max Hazeldine have both left the club.

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