Cobh Ramblers have announced that striker Conor Drinan has extended his contract at the club until the end of the 2021.
“I’m delighted to sign back for the season ahead,” said Drinan speaking to his club’s media team. “I really enjoyed my first season with Cobh at senior level, and we can’t wait to get going again!”
Drinan is a graduate of Cobh Rambler’s academy and broke into the senior team in February 2020. The former Carrigaline United striker scored his first goal for the club last August in a 2-0 win over Longford Town at St Colman’s Park.
A month later he slotted in the winner against Shamrock Rovers II in Tallaght Stadium. Those goals were critical in the club’s push for a play-off spot, which went down to the final few seconds of the season.
He is the fourth member of the 2020 squad to sign back with Ramblers this week after Martin Coughlan, Stephen O’Leary, and Darryl Walsh also agreed new deals.
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