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Crusaders' mystery signing revealed as former Northern Ireland U21 defender arrives at Seaview

 

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Cameron Dummigan in action for Northern Ireland Under 21s.

Cameron Dummigan in action for Northern Ireland Under 21s.

Photo by TONY HENDRON/Presseye.com

Cameron Dummigan in action for Northern Ireland Under 21s.

Crusaders have signed former Northern Ireland Under-21 defender Cameron Dummigan, adding to the array of talent already at Seaview.

The 23-year-old joins up with Stephen Baxter's side from Dundalk with the Crues hoping he can be a key figure in their quest for league and cup glory in the remaining months of the season.

Prior to his short spell with Dundalk, Dummigan was a favourite at Oldham having started his professional career at Burnley.

 

It could prove to be an astute signing for the Seaview side, who, after an inconsistent spell, have beaten Coleraine and Larne in the last two league games 1-0 and 3-0 respectively, moving into second behind Glentoran. They are now on a run of five wins in a row in all competitions without conceding a goal.

There is a sense at the Shore Road club and around the league that they are ready to make the type of late-season charge that has become their trademark.

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