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Aaron Turner hoping to be challenging for Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division title with Mildenhall Town next season




Aaron Turner won the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division title with Soham Town Rangers, and he is hoping to repeat that trick at Mildenhall Town next season.

The playmaker rejoined Mildenhall for a third spell earlier this summer following a successful stint at Lakenheath, for whom he scored more than 100 goals.

And with the squad that manager Ricky Cornish is building at Recreation Way, Turner is eyeing up another league-winning medal to go alongside the one he collected in 2007/08.

FEBRUARY 2010..Mildenhall v Wivenhoe..Aaron Turner celebrates his goal....Pic - Richard Marsham. (11512233)
FEBRUARY 2010..Mildenhall v Wivenhoe..Aaron Turner celebrates his goal....Pic - Richard Marsham. (11512233)

“I spoke with Ricky and he really won me over with the things he had to say,” said Turner.

“Lakenheath were keen for me to stay but I felt like I had done everything I could there and I wanted a new challenge.

“You want to win things as a player and the league is the top prize. I know that is what Ricky is looking to do after last season (which ended in relegation).

“I think we have a good chance with the squad that is being put together.

“It is all about momentum. When we won the league at Soham we won virtually every game in pre-season and did not look back from there.”

Turner is one of a number of new arrivals at Mildenhall so far this summer, with Jack Brame, Casey Phillips, Alex Steed and James McCabe having also been recruited by Cornish.



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