Kirkcaldy Kestrels Welcomes Back Conor Duncan

Kirkcaldy Kestrels are again delighted to announce the player with the lions heart and the best celebrations in the league, is back for the 2015/16 season.

Conor Duncan will again pull on a Kestrels jersey for the new campaign and will again be the Kestrels 2nd Alternate Captain. The 23 year old 210lb forward can only be described as a player who plays with his heart on his sleeve, who would bleed blue for the Kestrels and a power forward who loves to play the game hard. Conor loves to get in the dirty areas and be a nuisance around the net, as this is where he picks up most of his points.
Conor was again last seasons second top points scorer at the Kestrels, as the hard working forward bagged himself 43 points from 25 games, with a tally of 25 goals, 18 assists & 110 PIM.
Conor brings a bit of toughness to the Kestrels squad and the big forward is not scared to drop the gloves if needed to protect himself or his team mates. Conor also brings a bit of fun to the Ice and is well known for his wacky goal celebrations, which have had the Kestrels fans in kinks throughout the season.
Conor is one of the hardest working players in the league and everyone here at the Kestrels is delighted to have him back on board. On re-signing for the Kestrels, Conor had this to say, “Last season was quite simply the best season I have ever had, it was unbelievable at times and the best moment in my career was when we won the league and play-off’s. I really want to go out and do that again, but this time I want the Grand Slam. I can’t wait for the season to start and my pre-season has been really good as I’ve been working hard both on and off the Ice. Teams will be looking to get one over on us this season after what we accomplished last season, so all competitions are going to be exciting to play in and I for one can’t wait”,

I’m sure everyone would like to join us in welcoming Conor back to the Kestrels and looks forward to seeing him back on the ice.

Welcome back Conor.

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