We are delighted to announce that Scott Quigley has signed a new and improved three year deal with the club!
Scott was the National League's top scorer last term with 20 goals, despite the season being cut short in March. His goals were vital to seeing the club promoted to the Football League for the first time in 48 years.
Born in Shrewsbury, Scott came through the youth system at The New Saints and made his senior debut in 2012. He played a total of one hundred twenty two first team games for them in all competitions, scoring sixty one times.
He also had short loan spells with three other Welsh clubs – Caersws, Carmarthen Town and Cefn Druids. He was signed by Blackpool for an undisclosed fee in the summer of 2017.
He made fourteen appearances in all competitions for the Tangerines in the first half of the season. In January 2018 he was loaned to Wrexham in the National League for the remainder of that season, scoring eight time in seventeen games.
In the summer of 2018 he was loaned out to Port Vale of League Two for the whole season. He made thirteen appearances, scoring once before being recalled by Blackpool. In January 2019, he was loaned to FC Halifax Town and he scored twice in fifteen games for them.
He was released in May 2019 by Blackpool and joined Barrow. He made his debut on the opening day of the season at Wrexham. He went on to become the National Leagues top goal scorer in 2019/20 and will be leading the Bluebirds into the Football League next season.