Two more addtions to Tony McInally’s Pollok squad.
TAM HANLON (3 starts, 3 subs, 1 goal)
A familiar face to ‘Lok fans, 32 year-old winger Tam is back for a second spell at Newlandsfield. He came off the bench against Blairgowrie to net a debut goal in December 2011, but featured only five more times before returning to previous club Shotts Bon Accord. He has also turned out for Lanark United, Baillieston and Albion Rovers.
22 year-old defender Paul makes the short hop to Newlandsfield from Hampden Park having progressed through the ranks with Queen’s Park. The 6’3” full back first appeared for their first team during season 2009/10 and has since made 132 appearances for the Spiders, where he played as first-choice right back last season. Tony McInally said “We’ve been really impressed by Paul having kept an eye on him last season. He’s been outstanding in pre-season training, and we’re really delighted to have signed him. He’s the kind of player who fits our profile perfectly.”