Cobh Wanderers have added a keeper some rate as the second best net minder in the amateur game to their squad.
The Munster Senior League outfit have a strong association with top net minders having employed the services of bonifide League of Ireland Legend Mick Divine in recent seasons have maintained their top keeper policy by adding another top keeper to the panel.
Michael Deasy has brought in Mark Power a respected net minder in Cork and indeed around the country judging by his selection in the Irish Amateur panel of late.
Power comes in from College Corinthians after signing this week.
Power has played under study to Brendan O’Connell of Rockmount for Gerry Davis’s Irish squad and Cobh believe he is just behind the Irish number 1 as the best amateur keeper in the tournament.
Devine has manned the sticks for a resurgent Cobh in recent seasons. The former Middlesbrough and Newcastle United player won the League with Cork City and after a distinguished career in the LOI was most recently seen with the Cobh number 1 on his back.