Kelly delighted with opening session
Scarborough Athletic manager Darren Kelly was delighted with the club's opening training session, which took place in York on Tuesday night.
Kelly oversaw a gruelling sessions, which included a number of players keen to impress the Boro staff ahead of the new season.
Among these players were Flynn McNaughton, Bailey Gooda, James Cadman, former Farsley keeper Kyle Trenerry, ex-Matlock attacker Piteu Crouz and midfielder Brandon Smalley.
Max Wright and Nathan Parker, who have come through the academy and the Scarborough Football Scholarship, also trained and they will be joined by fellow prospect Connor Avison on Thursday.
Boss Kelly said:" I was really impressed with the lads, the work ethic and application was superb all evening.
"It was clear that the lads have looked after themselves over lockdown, they have all been working hard to stay in shape.
"It is a demanding environment, but it is also a healthy environment, the key thing is that it is enjoyable.
"There was good banter and that will get even better.
"We did have a few lads down who we are having a look at. It will be a case of seeing if we are right for them and they are right for us."« Back to news