Shelbourne have added another player with a goal scoring amateur past and brought in Greg Moorhouse from Sligo Rovers.
Former Darndale, Ayrfield and Kilbarrack hit man James English has proved a success at the club in recent seasons following up a 45 goal Premier B season with five goals in 13 games in 2015 before finishing the clubs top scorer in the 2016 season.
Such success meant Owen Heary wasn’t afraid to take another junior football talent to the club this Summer as he signed exciting Usher talent Jordan Buckley earlier in the Summer.
Another player who made his name in the amateur ranks, Greg Moorhouse has now been added to the squad.
The former Crumlin front man, who scored a hat trick in an Aviva hosted FAI Intermediate Cup Final, signed for Glenavon and Gary Hamilton, who has this Summer signed Stephen Donnelly from Usher.
An impressive season in the Irish League alerted Mark Robinson and Coventry City and the former Crumlin amateur looked set to join the Sky Blues before the deal fell through last minute.
A stint with Sligo Rovers followed, but now Moorhouse is heading back to Dublin and will compete for a place in promotion chasing Shels starting line up.