Lawrence Gorman has returned to Carlton Town after season long spells at both Quorn and Newark Flowserve.
The defender left the Millers in 2018 to join the Leicestershire based side before moving to Newark last summer where he had a successful season for the Midland League high-flyers which included a memorable record run in the FA Vase.
Gorman, a former England Youth International who started his career through the Academy at Nottingham Forest was a very popular player at Stoke Lane after spells at Matlock, Grantham & Alfreton to name a few and was part of the side that won the Notts County Cup in his first spell at the club with Millers Chairman Mick Gretton initially sad to let him go.
Gretton stated “I personally was sorry to see Lawrence go, he was pivotal to that cup triumph and a great signing by Wayne Scott at the time. He will challenge Toby and Bally for a centre half start but is equally competent at full back or in midfield and it will give Tommy and Mark some new options, he also knows the club well following his previous success here, so that is another plus”
Another positive signing for Carlton Town this summer is that their superb young goalkeeper Jack Steggles has renewed his contract for another year at the Bill Stokeld Stadium.
Steggles has been a long-term permanent fixture and often the first name on the team sheet for Carlton Town and is looking forward to getting back out there again and playing once non-league football gets the green light to start ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.
*Main image @Advertisergroup Gorman (right) in action for Newark last season.