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Henry latest player to extend Lok stay

Jamie Henry has become the latest Pollok player to put pen to paper on a new contract, keeping him at Newlandsfield until Summer 2022.

The central midfielder signed for Pollok in November 2018 after spells at Brechin, Annan and Aberdeen where he captained the Under 20 side. Jamie has so far made 46 appearances for the Lok.

Pollok boss Murdie MacKinnon was delighted to keep Jamie at the club for another two years.

It’s absolutely brilliant that Jamie has extended his stay at Pollok for the next two seasons. His limitless energy, aggression and competitiveness in the middle of the pitch has been excellent since we brought him to the club.

His attitude to training and is fantastic. He demands the highest standards of himself and his teammates at all times. He has been wonderful to work with and a joy to manage. We are delighted to have him at the club.

Trio agree contract extensions

Pollok are delighted to confirm that three players have extended their contracts until the end of next season.

Summer acquisitions Danny Boyle and Danny MacKenzie are joined by recent signing Jamie Henry in agreeing terms for season 2019-20.

Danny Boyle has made 25 appearances in a Lok shirt, only missing one game, since his move from Rob Roy. His counterpart MacKenzie has featured 16 times for Pollok scoring two goals.

Former Aberdeen youth captain Jamie Henry joined the club at the tail end of last year and has made 7 appearances so far in the Lok midfield.

Earlier this month the club released striker David Gormley to allow him to sign for amateur side Nico’s. Aaron Millar also departed the club at the end of his loan period from Clyde. Once again, we’d like to wish both players well for the future.