Striker Gary Browne joins top flight new boys Carrick Rangers

Gary Browne
Gary Browne joins Carrick Rangers from fellow Premiesrhip side Coleraine

Striker Gary Browne is the latest player to sign for Irish Premiership new boys Carrick Rangers as they prepare for the start of the new league campaign on Saturday 8 August.

The 32-year-old joins the Taylor's Avenue outfit from Coleraine and has agreed a one-year deal with the club.

The forward has played for Belfast sides Linfield and Glentoran, and also had a spell with Lisburn Distillery.

Another former Coleraine frontman, Mark Miskimmin, joined Carrick last week.

Other pre-season acquisitions for Gary Haveron's side include ex-Ballymena utility player Mark Surgenor, goalkeeper Chris Keenan and midfielder Joe McNeill.

Carrick Rangers will begin their Premiership campaign with an away trip to Dungannon Swifts.

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