Previously with Boston United, before moving to the Seadogs in the Summer of 2021, AJ has been described as 'ever dependable' by Scarborough boss Jonathan Greening and Trinity boss Russ Wilcox is equally delighted to land his man, "I am really pleased to get Ash Jackson on board. He initially comes in on a one month loan from Scarborough. He can play a variety of positions and gives us lots of options. He can play left back, left sided centre back, left wing back and left midfield."

"As well as his versatility, he is a winner. He was promoted with Scarborough. And at 29, he is an experienced player around our young group, so his leadership qualities that he will bring, mean I am absolutely delighted to get him on board. I don't know him personally, but he came across positively in training last night (Thursday)."

Prior to first making the step up to the Vanarama National League North with Boston in 2018, he had played for the likes of Leek Town, Goole and Ossett Town, adapting successfully to his new surroundings. During the 2019/20 season, he made 23 appearances, which included 15 wins and three draws.

Ashley loves to play with a smile on his face, and as boss Wilcox demands, can affect things in both boxes. He is certainly a player that will give 100% to the cause, and as such will be a player that the Trinity faithful can relate to. Subject to relevant paperwork being completed and league/ FA ratification, AJ will be available for selection as the Holy Blues make the trip to Nottingham to take on Basford United.

One Out

Boss, Russ Wilcox also confirmed the temporary departure of McCauley Snelgrove, who links up with Northern Counties Eastern Premier League side North Ferriby. "McCauley has gone on loan to Ferriby to get game time. We all know the ability he has, so let’s hope he comes back to us in a months’ time, full of confidence and raring to go."

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Article by Rob Hughes (@AATM_Media)