Midfielder Adam Confue has decided to leave the club and join Daventry Town in the Northern Premier League Division 1 South.

Having initially agreed to stay with the club for the Southern League Division One Central Division campaign next season, Adam has accepted an offer to return to play for Daventry as he lives locally.

The club would like to thank Adam for all he did for the Diamonds last season.

Manager Andy Peaks said “I am sorry to lose Adam from the squad, he was brilliant for us last season , unfortunately he lives in Daventry and they have offered something we can’t match. He leaves with our best wishes, and, as ever, the door is never closed. Until players actually sign this sort of thing can happen, hopefully I will be able to announce someone new in the next few days.”

Prior to joining the Diamonds he had spent much of his career at Daventry, apart from a short spell with Banbury United. A successful 2014-15 season with the Diamonds saw him pick up the Player of the Month award for December 2014 as he made 39 appearances, scoring 9 goals.

Pictures courtesy of Malcolm Swinden Photography . Copyright Mal Swinden ©2015.

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