Fairview Rangers have added a second former Limerick player to their squad in the space of a few days.
Former League of Ireland talent Paudie Quinn has signed for Limerick District top flight side.
Quinn’s signing comes on the back of the arrival of experienced and fan favourite net minder Barry Ryan.
While the midfielder may not have as many appearances in the LOI as keeper Ryan, he is a mercurial talent that should add to the Rangers and the league.
Quinn has signed from Dingle in Kerry, but has a more eye catching clubs on his resume.
The Kerry native was a youth at Fulham and was part of a solid young team that reached the semi final of the prestigious FAI Youth Cup back in 2010.
The then youngster returned home after that Summer and wore the crest of Tralee Dynamos before teaming up with Pat Scully at Limerick FC.
The midfielder hit the ground running at Limerick scoring the first of nine goals from 28 appearances on his debut.
A brief spell with Cork City and a stint with Waterford United followed, but Quinn left pro ball in 2013 and will next season play in Limerick at Rangers.