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2019-20 First-Team Squad.

For details of the 2018-19 squad, click here.

First-Team Squad Members, 2019-20

Players listed here must have formed part of a first-team match squad in 2019-20. For players who left the club during the season see the list of Departed Players at the foot of this page.


A youth team goalkeeper who was named on the bench in two cup competitions inside a fortnight in December 2019, at Stalybridge in the Cheshire Senior Cup, and in the FA Trophy at Farsley.

Altrincham appearances to June 2019: 0.

Steven DRENCH (d.o.b. 11 September 1985 in Salford)

Altrincham signed experienced and reliable goalkeeper Steven Drench from Bradford (Park Avenue) on 28 January 2019, following the Yorkshire club's unexpected decision to allow players to leave. After starting out at Blackburn Rovers (2005), where he now works as a coach, Steven played for Morecambe (2006-08) alongside Alty assistant manager Neil Sorvel when the Shrimps gained promotion to the Football League. Next, he joined Southport (2008-09), and subsequently followed Port manager Gary Brabin to Cambridge United on loan.

After leaving the Sandgrounders he signed for Leigh Genesis where he played 45 times (2008–10). A trial at York City came to nothing and, instead, he joined Guiseley, racking up well over two hundred appearances and earning promotion, before moving on loan to FC Halifax Town and then to Bradford PA in 2017, following former Lions' manager Mark Bower to the Horsfall Stadium.

He made his Alty debut against FC United of Manchester on 9 February 2019 but after two further games Steven was sidelined by injury and Tony Thompson resumed as first-choice till the end of the season. Steven started 2019-20 as first-choice keeper but in the sixth game ruptured his Achilles so faced a long recovery period.

At the end of the extended 2019-20 season Steven moved on to Farsley Celtic.

Altrincham appearances to June 2019: 3.

Anthony THOMPSON (d.o.b. 4 November 1994 in Liverpool)

Liverpudlian Tony Thompson made his first appearance for Alty in a pre-season game on 8 July 2017. In 2016-17 he had played on loan from AFC Fylde for Warrington Town but he started out with Rotherham United (2012), from where he had loan spells with Chelmsford City and Southport in 2014-15 before he joined Morecambe, where he played one League Two game. Later in 2015-16, he moved to Chester FC before joining AFC Fylde in 2016. The early part of 2017/18 saw him sharing first-team duties with Tim Deasy but he soon established himself as the regular first choice for the remainder of the season.

However, he lost his place to Elliot Wynne before the end of August 2018, but won his place back, only to lose it again in February 2019 when Steven Drench was signed. However, an injury to Drench enabled Thompson to reclaim his position but he started the 2019-20 season as no.2 before regaining his place in game seven after Steven Drench's serious Achilles injury.

Altrincham appearances to June 2019: 86.

Joel TORRANCE (d.o.b. 2 April, 2002)

Six-foot plus youth-team 'keeper Joel Torrance was first included in a first-team matchday squad for the game against Kidderminster Harriers on 14 September 2019. This came just nine days after he had impressed in an FA Youth Cup match in which he saved three of the seven penalties that he faced in a shoot-out, only to finish on the losing side!

Although he did not make a league appearance in 2019-20, he was named nine times on the bench in the National League North in that truncated season.

Altrincham appearances to June 2019: 0.

Elliot WYNNE (d.o.b. 6 November, 1997)

Before signing for Altrincham in late July 2018, Elliot had previously impressed when playing against Altrincham for Abbey Hey in the Emirates FA Cup in 2017. He was also Lancaster City's keeper when Alty won 2-1 at The Giant Axe in April 2018. As a teenager (2012), Elliot was with Oldham Athletic before moving on to Rochdale.

From Spotland, he joined AFC Fylde and later he gained a junior scholarship at Fleetwood Town, from where he went on loan to Lancaster City and Glossop North End. Next he joined Gorton club, Abbey Hey, where he played in 2017-18 season. Elliot won his place as first-choice keeper in late August 2018 but gave way to Tony Thompson in October. On 4 January 2019, it was announced that Elliot had gone on a month's loan to Trafford FC and this was extended in early February.

He returned to Moss Lane in early March 2019 but was released in late May 2019. On 31 May 2019 Farsley Celtic announced that Elliot had signed for them and, from there, he went on loan to Droylsden.

Howver, he returned to Moss Lane in time to be named on the bench against Chester FC in the play-off game on 19 July 2020.

Altrincham appearances to Jue 2019: 10.

Shaun DENSMORE (d.o.b. 11 November 1988, in Liverpool)

Signed initially on a month's contract on 12 September 2008, Shaun is a former Everton Academy Player of the Year, who was released by the Toffees in summer 2008. After trials with Bradford City he joined Altrincham. A hardworking right-footed defender/midfielder, Shaun made his Alty debut on 16th September 2008. On 13 October 2008 he signed on for the rest of 2008-09 season, having impressed in a run of seven unbeaten games in the side.

The son of former Altrincham player of the 1980s, Peter Densmore, Shaun followed his father into the England semi-pro international side and scored on his debut for England "C" side against Malta in February, 2009. sadly, he picked up a medial ligament injury in February 2011 which sidelined him till the latter part of the season but he returned to full fitness before the end of the season.

A regular starter in 2011-12 in central midfield, Shaun was named captain on the departure of Robbie Lawton in November, 2011, a role assumed by Jake Moult in 2017. Most of his appearances have been at right-back but he is also impressive in midfield and a capable left-back. His wholehearted approach and his excellent freekicks make him a key member of the team. His 2014-15 season was disrupted by injuries as was 2015-16 when he suffered two significant injuries by mid-October and in early January 2016 it was announced that a knee operation would terminate his season. He also missed much of 2016-17 through injuryl.

Following the resignation of manager Neil Young on 28 August 2016, Shaun, along with Alan Goodall and Jake Moult, was appointed to a joint caretaker-management role before the brief tenure of Jim Harvey. Shaun made a welcome but brief return to playing action on 6 December 2016 in the FA Trophy but was then sidelined again by injury for much of the remainder of that campaign. In 2017-18 he initially started mostly played as left-back, alternating in that role with Lewis Short, before re-establishing himself at right-back with some outstanding performances. By the closing stages of the season he was back to his best but an injury curtailed his appearances in the final games and another injury early in 2018/19 season also sidelined Shaun.

2018/19 and 2019/20 have seen Shaun mainly in a substitute's role, in which was extremely dependable. Shaun re-established himself as first-choice right-back in October 2019.

Appearances to June 2019: 360(+27), 28 goals.

Connor HAMPSON (d.o.b. 23 August, 1992)

A tall left-back, who can also operate as a central midfielder, Connor joined Altrincham, initially on a month's loan, from Stockport County on 2 November 2017. He had been at Edgeley Park since February 2017, when he had joined from Curzon Ashton, but injury sidelined him before the end of the 2016-17 season at County. Connor had previously been at the Tameside Stadium since 2011. His impressive performances for Alty prompted an extension of his loan period into 2018. He missed several games in the Spring of 2018 through injury before returning for the run-in where he played well at centre-back.

A broken hand kept him out of the side during August and September 2018 before he returned to be a regular starter at left-back. At the start of 2019-20 he acted as captain in the injury absence of Jake Moult but after starting the first twelve league games, injury cost him his place temporarily.

Appearances to June 2019: 62(+3), 4 goals.

Tom HANNIGAN (d.o.b. 30 June 1988)

Tom Hannigan, who was the captain of AFC Fylde, joined Altrincham on 23 May 2016. A very reliable central defender, Tom had joined AFC Fylde in summer 2014 from Vauxhall Motors who were then in Conference North. In his first season with Fylde he was named "Manager’s Player of the Season". Earlier in his career, Tom was released by Tranmere Rovers, aged 16, and then studied for ‘A’ levels before completing a degree at Hallam University.

He made his Altrincham debut on 6 August 2016 at home to Darlington. Sadly, Tom picked up a knee medial ligament injury in only his second competitive game and was ruled out for a substantial period. His season was further disrupted by suspension and another injury, in Spring 2017, which prematurely terminated his season. However, he recovered to start the 2017-18 campaign and put in some assured performances before injury again sidelined him in late October 2017. However he again recovered and his consistency and experience were an important factor in Alty's strong run-in for the league title in 2018.

2018/19 saw him again as first-choice left-sided centre-back, a role he continued to execute with consistently good performances in 2019-20. Appearances to June 2019: 96(+5), 7 goals.

Toby MULLARKEY (d.o.b. 4 November, 1996)

Centre-back Toby became the first close-season signing of 2019 when he joined from Nantwich Town in late May 2019.

A product of the Crewe Alexandra youth system, he subsequently joined Nantwich after a year with Leek Town. Having been an unused substitute for the first five matches of 2019-20, he came on as a substitute in game six and then joined the starting eleven in the absence of the injured and then suspended Tom Hannigan. After another spell on the bench he held his place after replacing the ill James Jones in early 2020 but again reverted to the bench on Jones's return.

Appearances to June 2019: 0.

Andy WHITE (d.o.b 8 October 1992)

Andy was signed on 21 December 2017 from Southport, having previously played under manager Phil Parkinson at Nantwich Town. He made his Alty debut on New Year's Day, 2018. Andy can operate as a full-back or wing-back on either flank and won Nantwich's Player of the Year award three seasons running and was named in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Team of the Year for the second successive time in 2017.

Andy moved from the Dabbers to Southport in summer 2017. Two-footed Andy played at both right- and left-back during 2018 and for 2018-19 was a regular starter at right-back, a position he has also occupied in 2019-20. Appearances to June 2019: 53(+3), 4 goals.

Elliott DURRELL (d.o.b. 31 July, 1989 in Shrewsbury)

Experienced midfielder Elliott Durrell's arrival at Alty was announced on 11 February 2020. He became Phil Parkinson's fifth signing of 2020, having just completed a short-term contract at York City, a club he had joined in summer, 2019.

His early career was at Hednesford Town before he joined Telford United (2007-08). He then returned to Hednesford Town (2008-14). These years included loan spells with Rushall Olympic (2008) and Evesham United (2011). From The Pitmen he joined Wrexham (2014-15) followed by spells at Tamworth (2015–2016), Chester (2016-17) and in the Football League with Macclesfield Town (2017-19) before he joined The Minstermen.

He made an impressive start at Alty, winning and scoring a penalty on his debut as a second-half substitute at Spennymoor, before netting with his first touch as, again, a used substitute, four days later at Blyth. Then a wonder goal at Hereford in his first start, and third outing, maintained his goalscoring record. He went on to score again in game no.4 before hitting a double against Chester in his fifth outing in July 2020.

Appearances to June 2019: 0.

Max HARROP (d.o.b. 30 June 1993 in Oldham)

A lively and skilful central midfielder or winger, Max joined Altrincham on the eve of the opening game of the 2017-18 season. His career had begun with Liverpool FC's Academy, before he moved to Bury, where he made his Football League debut in March 2011. At the end of that year he went on loan to Blyth Spartans. After returning to Gigg Lane, another loan followed, at Hinckley United.

After he had been released by Bury, he joined Nantwich Town in the summer of 2013. However, he left for Ashton United in March 2015 but, at the start of the following campaign, he was at Ramsbottom United. However, he rejoined Nantwich in 2016. His energetic performances and long-range shooting soon made him a popular figure with supporters of Altrincham.

His regular starts were curtailed by injury in February 2019 and of his 41 games in 2018-19, 13 were from the bench. Having got back into the side he was sent off in January 2020 and suspended before making further appearances, predominantly from the bench.

Appearances to June 2019: 54(+26), 12 goals.

Josh LUNDSTRAM (d.o.b. 19 February, 1999 in Stoke-on-Trent)

On 17 January 2020, Alty announced the short-term loan signing of Josh, a Crewe Alexandra under-23 midfielder and he played the fully 90 minutes the next day at Gateshead, in central midfield. Josh had previous experience of National League North football during a loan spell from January 2019 with Nuneaton Town, during which he played against Altrincham in April, 2019.

Prior to his fifteen games for Nuneaton, Josh had a loan spell at Kidsgrove Athletic and also had a second spell at the club from November 2019. Unusually for a loanee, Josh became an ever-present starter and, after eight full 90-minute games for Alty, Josh's loan was extended to 24 March 2020 but the season was then curtailed by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, in common with rulings elsewhere, Josh was permitted to play in the July play-off campaign when football resumed.

Appearances to June 2019: 0.

Jake MOULT (d.o.b. 10 February, 1989)

Lee Sinnott signed midfielder Jake Moult on a 93-day loan from Alfreton Town in late August 2012. Previously, Jake had been a summer trialist at Altrincham in 2008. Born in Stoke on Trent, he joined Alfreton on 1 July 2010, before which he had been with Stafford Rangers. His earlier career was with Port Vale and Plymouth Argyle. Jake is also a very capable centre-back when required.

In early November 2012, Jake formally moved to Altrincham on a free transfer, signing a contract to the end of 2013/14 season. He is the brother of former Wrexham, Motherwell and, later, Preston North End striker Louis Moult and Jake himself has a powerful shot. He was rewarded for his consistently good performances in central midfield with the 2014-15 Players' Player of the Season accolade.

Jake captained the side for much of the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons.

Following the resignation of manager Neil Young on 28 August 2016, Jake, along with Shaun Densmore and Alan Goodall, was briefly appointed to a caretaker-management role before Jim Harvey took over. In advance of the 2017-18 season Jake was appointed team captain and led them to success with many committed performances. In October 2018 he passed the 300-appearances mark for the Club.

A summer operation sidelined Jake for the early part of 2019-200 season before he came on as a substitute at Boston towards the end of August 2019. He has since re-established himself in the team and continues as captain.

Appearances to June 2019: 309(+27), 34 goals.

Simon RICHMAN (d.o.b. 2 June 1990 at Ormskirk)

Midfielder/winger Simon Richman is a product of the Bolton Wanderers' academy and the Port Vale youth system. He broke through into the Valiants' first team in League One in 2007-08 and made 48 League appearances for them in all, mostly in 2008-09 in League Two, when he was voted the club's Young Player of the Season. Simon then suffered a groin injury which kept him out of action for several months and, though he made five first-team League Two appearances for Vale in 2009-10, he was released at the end of that campaign. In summer 2010, he had trials with Southport and Worcester City, before joining City and making eight league appearances in the Blue Square Bet North.

Simon became Lee Sinnott's first signing at Altrincham in summer 2011 but his early Alty career was marred by injuries and illness. Having mostly played in right midfield, Simon completed the campaign in central midfield, a position he also played in during 2012-13. Summer 2013 saw him as an integral part of the Great Britain Universities' team which won the silver medal in the world games in Kazan, Russia.

His energy in midfield is an important feature of the team. Outside football, Simon has a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Manchester.

His 2015-16 season was disrupted by an injury in late August but he then re-established himself as a regular starter. 2016-17 also saw him as a regular starter, though some games were missed through injury. Early 2017-18 also saw him miss games through injury before re-establishing himself as a regular starter. Towards the end of that season he played impressively at right-back as well as in midfield.

Simon figured chiefly as a substitute during the early part of 2018-19 season and by the end of that campaign he had made twenty appearances each as a starter and as a used substitute. Simon had re-established himself in midfield before suffering a hamstring injury in January 2020. Appearances to June 2019: 252(+69), 23 goals.

Sean WILLIAMS (d.o.b. 20 January 1992, in Liverpool) )

Sean rejoined Altrincham on 21 May 2018, having first signed for the club, from Colwyn Bay, in May 2014. Prior to that, he had another spell with the Bay, and had also played for FC Halifax Town where he was part of their promotion squad from Conference North. Earlier, he also spent time with Stockport County, Vauxhall Motors, Hyde and Skelmersdale United.

After 25(+12) appearances for Altrincham, Sean was surprisingly released by Altrincham at the end of the 2014-15 season and, like his ex-Alty team-mates Kyle Perry and David Parton, he joined Hednesford Town for 2015-16.

By the start of 2016-17 season he had moved on to AFC Telford United but, in mid-November 2016, he signed for Warrington Town where he became an important figure in their reaching the promotion play-offs in 2017-18. Sean was impressing in the Alty midfield when his season was interrupted by injury in late October 2018.

But after returning to fitness he reclaimed his starting place and continued as a first-choice central midfielder at the start of 2019-20 before an ankle injury sidelined him in January 2020.

Appearances to June 2019: 55(+19) 1 goal.

Lewis ARCHER (d.o.b. 31 August, 1998)

Altrincham announced the signing of Lewis Archer, on non-contract forms, on 21 September 2019, but he was ineligble to make his debut that day in the FA Cup having appeared for Alvechurch earlier in the competition. He is a striker or winger.

In 2017/18 Lewis had played for West Midlands club, Rushall Olympic, before joining Hednesford Town in August 2018. In September 2018, The Pitmen turned down an offer of trials from West Bromwich Albion in the hope of earning a fee but nothing materialised from The Baggies. From Hednesford, he completed the 2018/19 season, on loan, at Guiseley, before joining Alvechurch in summer 2019.

Lewis's arrival at Alty coincided with a run of postponed games and cup matches for which he was ineligible so, in late October 2019, he signed dual forms at Dudley Town to regain match fitness.

Appearances to June 2019: 0.

Josh HANCOCK (d.o.b. 5 September, 1990)

Signed from Nantwich Town in May 2017, Josh is a midfielder who came through The Dabbers' youth set-up before moving on to Winsford United (2009-10). Next, he joined Witton Albion and made more than 150 appearances and scored some fifty times.

He next joined AFC Telford United before a return to Witton, which preceded a move to Salford City and then a return to Nantwich Town in January 2016. He started the season at Alty with four goals in his first six appearanes in league and cup matches and remained the leading scorer for the club in the league into mid-November. He continued to be a vital member of the team to the end of the season, weighing in with important goals.

By March 2018 he had become the club's leading scorer in the league with 14 goals and ended the season as the club's top scorer in the league with twenty goals to his name. He started 2019-20 suspended after being sent off in the play-offs at Chorley in May 2019 and then he picked up a calf injury to interrupt further his 2019-20 season, albeit briefly. 2019-20 saw him a regular starter in the no.10 shirt. A season highlight for Josh was his goal at Fratton Park against Portsouth in the FA Cup.

Appearances to June 2019: 88(+10), 41 goals

James HOOPER (d.o.b. 10 Febriary 1997)

On 8 February, Altrincham announced the signing of Timperley resident James Hooper on non-contract terms. Following a broken collar-bone, it was stated that James was not immediately available to play and would remain at his former club, West Didsbury & Chorlton on dual registration. However, some ten days later, he signed dual registration forms for Witton Albion in the NPL.

James started out as a professional with Rochdale (2015), where he was their youth team Player of the Season (2014-15). He progressed to play twice for Rochdale in the EFL before loan spells with FC United and Stockport County.

From Rochdale he joined Carlisle United on a short-term deal, making one League Two appearance for the Cumbrians, before moving on to FC United od Manchester and then Radcliffe Borough (2017) where he became the club's leading scorer that season (2017-18). In summer 2018 he rejoined the professional ranks at Salford City. Later that year he moved on to Chorley, where his games included a late substitute appearance against Alty in January 2019. Early in 2019-20 season he rejoined Radcliffe.

In late February it was announced that he had signed dual registration forms with Witton Albion and Altrincham. He was first named in a first-team squad in the Play-Off Eliminator against Chester FC on 19 July 2020 but he did not manage to get off the subs' bench in that game.

Appearances to June 2019: 0

Jordan HULME (d.o.b. 23 November 1990)

Jordan Hulme signed for Altrincham on 13 July 2017, just after he had left Salford City where he had scored ten times and provided eleven assists in 48 appearances in 2016-17 in National League North. The previous season he had netted 18 times in 54 appearances for the Ammies.

Jordan's earlier clubs include CMB Sports Club, Walshaw Sports Club, Shevington, Padiham, Ramsbottom United (2012) and New Orleans Jesters (USA). At Ramsbottom, he had scored more than thirty goals in 100 or so appearances before following the Rams' management duo of Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson to Salford City in January 2015.

A versatile player, at previous clubs he has turned out as a right-winger and right-back, as well as striker. By mid-November he had established himself as Alty's leading scorer in all competitions and crowned a fine season as Alty's top scorer, breaking the 30-goal barrier, and the NPL's Player of the Season.

He started 2018-19 with seven goals from eight starts before being suspended for a game and then missed further game time with a persistent eye problem. Nevertheless, he netted nine times in his first ten games of the campaign.

However, a flurry of yellow, and two red, cards meant that he missed more than a quarter of the club's first 30 fixtures in 2018-19 through suspension. Nevertheless, he still finished the season as joint top scorer in all competitions, with twenty goals. By January 2020 he was again the leading scorer for the club. Appearances to June 2019: 89(+5), 51 goals.

Craig MAHON (d.o.b. 21 June, 1989 in Dublin)

Dublin-born winger Craig joined Alty from Chester FC on 24 January 2020, as John Johnston departed in the opposite direction. Craig had just been on loan at Ashton United as he recovered from injury but, before that, he had been the record appearance-maker (239 games) at Chester FC since the formation of the club from the ashes of the defunct Chester City. He had played ten games for Chester FC in 2019-20 in all competitions prior to his move to Moss Lane.

Craig had been a target of Phil Parkinson in summer 2019 but had elected to remain at Chester at that time. He had joined Chester FC in May 2013 from Vauxhall Motors, having previously been with Wigan Athletic (2008/9). At Wigan he had a loan spell with Accrington Stanley in League Two (2008/9) and became a Republic of Ireland youth international. Having been released by Wigan, Craig joined Salford City in 2009 before arriving at Burscough (2010). He had made 24 appearances for the Ammies before his move.

Early in 2010/11 season he joined Vauxhall Motors, where he made 117 appearances, before joining Chester in May 2013. Initially, when he joined Chester FC, he went on loan to AFC Fylde, before establishing himself at the Deva Stadium. He went to Ashton United on loan in December 2019 before joining Alty.

Appearances to June 2019: 0.

Curtis MILLER (d.o.b. 29 November, 2000)

A product of the Altrincham FC youth team, Curtis's development was hampered by a long-term injury, before Phil Parkinson included him in the first-team squad for 2019-20. Despite often warming up with the first team, his only appearance before 2020 was in the Cheshire Senior Cup at Stalybridge in December 2019. He made his league debut at Gateshead on 18 January 2020 as a used substitute.

During 2019-20 he also turned out for Trafford FC under dual registration arrangements.

Appearances to June 2019: 0.

Daniel MOONEY (d.o.b. 3 July, 1999)

Daniel arrived at Altrincham from Fleetwood Town for an undisclosed fee. The signing of the left-footed wingman was unveiled on 4 February 2020 and he made an impressive debut that evening, on the right wing, against AFC Telford United. He had previously played against Altrincham for Chester FC and Ashton United whilst on loan spells from the Fleetwood club, for whom he made two first-team appearances. He holds a number of Wales under-21 international caps.

Appearances to June 2019: 0.

Tom PEERS (d.o.b. 23 October, 1995)

Born in Warrington, Tom came through the Chester FC youth system (2013-16) where he made 3(+21) first-team appearances under manager Neil Young. Tom then went on loan to 1874 Northwich FC and, in January 2015, he started a month's loan at Marine.

In December 2015 he went on a month's loan to Salford City, with a similar loan stay at Hednesford Town following that. In 2016 he briefly joined Hednesford before a summer 2016 move to AFC Telford United. However, he soon moved on to Warrington Town (Sept. 2016) and then Droylsden (Dec. 2016 to Feb. 2017). At that point he joined Nantwich Town and followed manager Phil Parkinson to Altrincham in summer 2017.

Although his Altrincham appearances in 2017 were more often from the bench than from kick-off, by mid-November 2017 he had participated in more Altrincham games than any other member of the squad and had weighed in with some important goals. 2018-19 also saw him primarily deployed as a substitute and on 1 November it was announced that he had opted to move to FC United in the hope of more consistent game time. Ironically he left Moss Lane whilst top of the chart for goals scored per minutes played in 2018/19 season!

Tom ended the season at FCUM but rejoined Altrincham in late May 2019. Tom has scored a number of important goals in 2019-20 season having won a first-choice place after early appearances as a substitute.

Appearances to June 2019: 30(+29), 14 goals.

Lewis SALMON (d.o.b. 2 November, 2001)

On 6 November, 2019, Altrincham FC announced the signing on an 18-month contract of nippy forward Lewis Salmon. He had previously spent part of the 2019 pre-season with Altrincham and scored for the club in its pre-season game against its own youth team. Later in the summer he joined Trafford on dual registration and had become the leading scorer in their Step 4 league by early November.

He then played against Altrincham in Trafford's pre-season match at Shawe View. After signing his Alty contract, Lewis remains at Trafford in 2020.

Appearances to June 2019: 0.

Lewis WALTERS (d.o.b. 28 March 1995)

Lewis made his debut for Alty in the pre-season friendly at Atherton Collieries on 16 July, 2019. He opened his goalscoring account in the following friendly, against Blackpool, before missing the next game to go on trial, allegedly at Barnet.

He returned to play part of the following match against AFC Fylde, who were his most recent club. His previous clubs were Leeds United, Nottingham Forest, Barrow and Guiseley. Leeds-based, Lewis had trials at Carlisle United in summer 2018.

After two league starts for Altrincham and two appearances from the bench, Lewis went on loan to Buxton in early September 2019. He returned briefly, without appearing again for the Altrincham first team though he did turn out for the Reserves. On 15 October he started a month's loan at Ashton United before moving on to Trafford, where his initial loan was extended in December to cover the period to 18 January 2020.

In November 2019, Lewis was named Trafford's Player of the Month. He was recalled from his loan in January 2020 after making nine starts for the Shawe View club, in which he scored four goals. He was recalled to Moss Lane in mid-January 2020.

Appearances to June 2019: 0.

DEPARTED PLAYERS & STAFF - 2019 close season and during 2019-20
See Departed Players/Staff 2019-20
  • Nathan ARNOLD
  • Conor BRANSON
  • Yusifu CEESAY (loanee from Blackpool)
  • Matthew CHADWICK
  • Ashley HEMMINGS
  • James JONES
  • James POOLE
  • Ethan WALKER (loanee from Preston NE)
  • Luke WALL
  For details of last season's squad (2018/19), visit the 2018/19 Squad Page