PICTURE by Paul Scholes.
NOT many teams can say they have a captain who is just 18 years old – but Holyhead Hotspur Reserves are the exception to that!
And not only that, but he’s a fantastic leader and player too.
As 2018/19 captain Kris Dunne was involved more with Hotspur’s first team last season, up stepped central midfielder Chris Corrie in his absence to take over the captains armband and help lead his side to a Dargie Cup final and to a third placed finish in the Anglesey League.
The season before that, he had also played a big role in central midfield as the Reserves won the Megan Cup in their first season in the Anglesey League.
A hard-working player with a great attitude, Corrie is also capable of scoring some great goals, and added four to his tally in 2019/20.
Like many other top young talents at Hotspur, he has already appeared a few times for the first team. And from what I’ve seen of him, he certainly has what it takes to become a regular in Darren Garmey’s side in years to come.