Kameron Ledwidge pens new Shels deal

June 21st, 2024: Shelbourne Football Club is pleased to announce that Kameron Ledwidge has signed a new long term deal with the club.

The 23-year defender’s new contract will keep him at Tolka Park for the foreseeable future.

The Dubliner has become a key player this season, having made 20 appearances including 12 starts in the League of Ireland.

A left sided pacey defender, Ledwidge is into his fourth season at Tolka Park having joined Shels after a spell in England with Southampton FC in the summer of 2021.

The Ballymun native has made 93 appearances in Red and was part of the side that won promotion back to the Premier Division in 2021.

Kameron Ledwidge said: “I’m delighted to be signing a new deal for this great club, I want to thank the manager and the coaching staff for trusting me to be part of the process going forward and also putting their trust in me to help get the club back where it belongs and winning trophies

“I cannot wait for the second half of the season to get going and European football to start

“It’s a privilege to play in front of the best fans in the country every week and play for a club as big as Shelbourne.”

Damien Duff, Shelbourne FC Manager said: “The third grumpiest person at the club, after myself and Joe. It is brilliant news that Kam has committed his future to Shels. He has absolutely amazing attributes that any player would want. This year he has added a real maturity to his game and has put in some outstanding displays. It is a pleasure watching Kam grow as a player and more importantly as a person.”

Luke Byrne, Shelbourne FC Technical Director said: “Kameron has been with us for 3 years and has continued to develop as a player and as a man. There’s no doubting his potential as a player, he has elite attributes, but the maturity we have seen in him the past 6 months has contributed to how consistent he has been this season. We’re delighted Kameron sees his future with us and will continue working with him to reach his potential.”

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