Released Spireites keeper finds new home in the division below

A young goalkeeper released by the Sprieites at the end of the season has found a new home with a National League North outfit.

Wednesday, 6th June 2018, 3:00 pm
Updated Tuesday, 19th June 2018, 6:07 pm
Chesterfield v Belper Town in the Derbyshire Senior Challenge Cup quarter final, Tuesday January 9th 2018. Chesterfied win after a penalty shootout. Chesterfield keeper Dylan Parkin makes a save. Picture: Chris Etchells

Dylan Parkin has signed for Boston United after his three year stint at the Proact came to an end this summer.

The 19-year-old didn’t make a senior competitive appearance for Chesterfield but did make the bench 21 times last season and played a big part in a Spireites XI winning a penalty shootout at home in the Derbyshire Senior Cup quarter-final.

Parkin has played in non-league already on loan for both Ossett Albion and Sheffield FC.

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The Pilgrim’s new stopper began his career at Sheffield United before joining Town at the age of 16.

Boston boss Craig Elliott has handed him a one-year deal and he is expected to battle with George Willis for the number one spot at the Jakemans Stadium