Kiernan Hughes-Mason signs on at Welling United

PUBLISHED: 14:52 06 June 2013 | UPDATED: 14:52 06 June 2013

Kiernan Hughes-Mason (blue shirt) scores another goal for Welling last season. Pic by David Brown

Kiernan Hughes-Mason (blue shirt) scores another goal for Welling last season. Pic by David Brown


Kiernan Hughes-Mason is the latest player to put pen to paper on a new Welling United deal.

The forward scored 12 goals in 44 appearances in his debut season for the Wings and manager Jamie Day is delighted he will be staying at Park View Road for another season.

He said: “Kiernan had an excellent first year with us and I know he’ll be looking to improve further in a division he knows well from his time at Grimsby.”

The former Millwall youth player joins the likes of Joe Healy, Loui Fazakerley and Kurtis Guthrie from last season’s Conference South champions who have signed new contracts, along with new signings Loick Pires from Woking and Alex Dyer from Wealdstone.

Welling have announced ticket details for their traditional pre-season opener against Charlton Athletic at Park View Road.

The game takes place on Saturday, July 6 at 3pm and tickets cost £12 or £14 for adults, £7 or £9 for concessions and under 16s and £3 or £5 for under 12s.

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