Ambitious AUL side Oliver Bond have added to an already strong squad to boost their Premier B title hopes.
Having exceeded all expectations in Saturday football since forming just two years ago Bond moved into Sunday football and recruited accordingly over the Summer.
Some Premier A level players joined the Premier B new boys and the strength of the squad has been show by their 100 percent record.
Not content with a line up that looks top flight AUL capable the Dublin club have moved to added some real experience and talent to the line up.
Attacking midfielder Robert Douglas is the latest through the door. The mercurial talent played League of Ireland for Longford, but will be remembered by amateur fans for his time at Crumlin United and Bluebell United.
Indeed, the former St James Gate player was a star in a very strong United team at the tail end of the last decade and won the title and the FAI Intermediate Cup at Pearse Park before moving to Bluebell United.
Also through the door is noted AUL goal getter Tomo ‘The Hitman’ Heary. Heary has scored goals for Hardwicke and Rivervalley in recent seasons and was at Premier A champions Usher last term.
The front man had a brief spell at Yellowstone this term, but has now moved to Usher ahead of the approaching transfer deadline.