Colin Caton moves to bolster Bala squad

Wednesday 2nd February 2022 1:00 pm
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Dean Ebbe and Daniel Mullarkey (Pics: Bala Town) ()

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BALA made two deadline day signings to bolster their squad as they battle to get into the top six.

Forward Dean Ebbe joins on loan from The New Saints until the end of the season while defender Daniel Mullarkey was previously on Bangor City’s books.

Ebbe joins the Lakesiders having had little game time this season for the Saints, making just four league appearances and scoring one goal.

The Irishman has managed two goals in three appearances in the JD Welsh Cup, but is now featuring for the Saints’ Reserve side.

The 27-year-old joined the Saints in 2018 and has made 60+ appearances, scoring 29 goals in all competitions during his time at Park Hall.

Saint Lucia International Mullarkey signs for the Lakesiders having departed Bangor City in November. He is a product of the Birmingham City Academy, where he spent five years after he moved to the UK from Saint Lucia at the age of 10. Coventry City was his next destination, before making the move to Cyprus to play for AEL Limassol.

After a two-year period in Cyprus, he stayed in the UK and played for many non-league clubs such as Kettering Town, Boston United, Ilkeston Town and most recently Redditch United.

The 30-year-old also had a trial with League of Ireland Premier Divison club Cork City in 2015, before returning to England.

The defender has represented his country on seven occasions, including Saint Lucia’s 2018 World Cup Qualifying campaign in 2015, where he competed against Antigua and Barbuda.

He scored for his country in the 2017 Windward Islands Tournament, where they defeated Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2-1 in the team’s opening match.

Daniel joins the Lakesiders having made just eight appearances for Bangor City last year, including a Nathaniel MG Cup appearance against the Town, where he and his former team mates took the Lakesiders all the way to penalties.

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