Chippenham Town manager Mark Collier has signed a new two-year contract.
The Bluebirds secured their National League South status last weekend in their first season at the highest level the club has ever operated at.
Collier has been a driving force at the club since his appointment in 2013 and now he and coach Gary Hogan are set to stay at Hardenhuish Park until May 2020.
Chippenham chairman Neil Blackmore said: “I am pleased to announce that both Mark Collier and Gary Horgan have agreed terms to continue as first team manager and head coach for at least the next two years.
“Both Mark and Gary have worked tirelessly this season to ensure we kept our place in the Nation League South, and I felt it only right that their commitment and effort be rewarded with contracts and to show the board’s commitment to them.
“The Board are looking forward to working with Mark and Gary for many seasons to come and as this season comes to a close we continue to work hard with both on-field and off-field projects to move the whole club forward towards the next step.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mark, Gary and all their backroom staff for the hard work they have put into this season.”
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