HOLYHEAD Hotspur have received a massive boost with the news that talisman Mel McGinness has agreed to stay on at the club.

The talented playmaker has decided to spearhead their Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title tilt following their relegation to the third tier, which represents a significant coup for manager Darren Garmey as he looks to bounce back at the earliest opportunity.

The influential forward scooped the Huws Gray Alliance Player of the Year after a series of outstanding displays that saw him secure the most Man of the Match Award throughout the season.

McGinness netted eight league goals throughout the season, with arguably his finest performance coming in their impressive victory over derby rivals Bangor City.

He is set to play a huge role for the Anglesey side next term as they look to make their stay in tier three a brief one.

This is the latest boost the Spurs’ this week, with Garmey securing the services of Dewi Thomas and Joe Donovan for the upcoming campaign.

Goalkeeper Carl Jones has also agreed to stay on at the New Stadium after rejecting offers from elsewhere.