DAVENTRY Town’s leading scorer Mark Bellingham has rejoined his home town club Sutton Coldfield.
This comes at at time when manager Mark Kinsella steps up his search for new players to help steer his team away from the Southern League relegation zone.
The West Midlands policeman broke the scoring records at both Stourbridge and Leamington in his heyday.
But he has not found the net since early December despite picking up a dozen goals for the Town this season.
Bellingham’s style did not bring out the best in speedy youngsters Stuart Hendrie and Alfie Taylor so Kinsella put in a seven-day approach for Luke Williams. He has scored 15 times for Midland Alliance leaders Coventry Sphinx.
Williams is expected to opt for a move closer to home at Rugby Town so the Communications Park boss has turned his attentions to 6ft 4in Hinckley United striker Matt Langham. Hinckley have already provided Daventry with three loan signings this term in Hendrie, Joe Cobb and George Thompson who made an impressive debut in last week’s unfinished Red Insure Cup tie against Rugby Town.
Meanwhile West Bromwich Albion’s Akil Grier has also started training at Communications Park after turning out for St Kitts as a central midfield player.