We are pleased to announce we have in the past few weeks reached an agreement with Western League Premier side Keynsham Town to send goalkeeper Seth Locke out on a season long loan for the 2021-22 season.
Last season, as part of Seth's development, we had a similar agreement with Western League Division One side Bishop Sutton, where Seth played 11 times and impressed greatly in his short spell, helping them to a 9th place finished prior to the season ending early due to COVID. Danny Greaves commented “I would like to thank everyone connected with Sutton, especially Jon Toy who managed him superbly well and provided Seth with a positive environment to play and develop, and the Chairman George Williams who often allow our keepers and myself to use the club's facilities to train. The support and invaluable game time they provided Seth has been hugely beneficial to him, and will stand him in good stead for this natural next step in his progression, which is part of his longer term aim to break into our first team as quickly as possible”.
The club would like to thank Keynsham Town First Team manager John Allen for allowing Seth to be part of their plans for the upcoming season and their very professional approach during our discussions.
Seth will continue to train with us on a weekly basis in between his Keynsham Town commitments.