Having brought in the likes of Lee Featherson and Kieth Rickard Sheriff YC certainly gave themselves attacking options going into the new season.
Then with stalwart John Rock still looking the main man and scoring quite regular the FAI Junior Cup champions seem fine up top.
However, the chance to sign Mark Quigley must have been too good to turn down for Alan Reilly.
In fairness Quigley was one of those ‘as good as any on his day’attackers during his time in the League of Ireland and certainly has the quality to light up the AUL.
The former St Patricks Athletic and Bohemians front man has joined the Premier A champions
Mark Quigley has moved to the AUL and joined the coaching set up at East Wall Bessborough.
The 31 year old teamed up with Eastwall at this stage last season, but only as a coach.
It’s assumed he will have a players role at Sheriff over the coming term.