Aldershot have agreed new contracts with goalkeeper Jake Cole and defender Lewis Kinsella.
Both players were regular features in Gary Waddock’s squad last season, with Cole picking up the supporters’ player of the year award.
Kinsella, who made 18 appearences for the Hampshire side after joining from Colchester United last summer, told the club’s official website “I’ve really enjoyed my time here so far and thought I did well,” explained Kinsella, who joined The Shots in January 2018, initially on loan from Colchester United. “I’ve played 18 full 90 minutes in my time and that’s massive for me, in my development. Playing every week is something that I wanted to do, and coming to Aldershot Town was the right decision.
“There are still areas of my game that I’d like to develop and improve, and that will come with hard work and playing every week. Luckily for me Gary (Waddock) and James (Rowe) have given me the platform to show off what I can do.”
Aldershot suffered a heartbreaking exit from the National League play-offs when they crashed out at Ebbsfleet on penalties last week.