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SJFA News - Tuesday, February 12

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Palickza can leave Penicuik


Strimer Sean Palickza has been placed on the transfer list at Penicuik Athletic at his own request. 


Rosyth snap up Ness

Experienced Kirkcaldy defender Craig Ness has joined neighbours Rosyth Recreation on a short term deal
Currie and Banjo go Junior
Arbroath midfielder Paul Currie has left the Gayfield club to join junior side Bonnyrigg Rose despite playing in 26 games for the Red Lichties this season.


The 27 year old former Berwick Rangers and Hamilton Accies midfielder joined Pail Sheerin’s side from Musselburgh Juniors in the summer after being released by the New Douglas Park side in January and being unable to play for another senior team as he had already turned out for the Shielfield men earlier in the season.


The return of Ross Chisholm to maroon colours had pushed Currie out of a starting slot and Gayfield boss Sheerin said: “Paul is a quality player who was offered an 18 month deal from Bonnyrigg and decided to take it. He will do very well for them and score a lot of goals.”


Currie added: “I have scored goals at Division One, Two and Three but I wanted a change. It never really worked for me at Arbroath but I wish them well for the rest of the season.”


Currie’s former Arbroath team mate, defender David Banjo has moved to junior side Kinnoul to get some game time under his belt.
Deas on list at Arthurlie
Arthurlie have agreed to place midfielder Ryan Deas on the transfer list Any interested clubs should contact Club Secretary Andrew Pollock            

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