RENFREW co-manager Colin Clark hopes to quickly get on with building his squad for next season after changes behind the scenes at New Western Park delayed Frew’s transfer plans.

At the club’s AGM on May 25 there was wholesale changes with the entire committee being replaced. Martin Cavan was elected as club president, Tom Johnston was elected as vice president, Allan McMillan took up the role of match secretary with Charley McFadyen becoming general secretary and his wife Dorothy elected as treasurer. The committee is now made up of Jimmy Cavan, Andy Mayberry and Davie Graham.

Many of the previous committee of John Gilmour, George Johnston, Allan McCafferty, David McCann, Des Roache, Brian Shearer, Graham Gilmour and Iain Wilson held positions at the club for over four years and oversaw the move to the club’s new purpose built ground.

After such sweeping changes, there has been a period of transition at Renfrew which Clark says has delayed his signing plans for next season. With only three singed players, Clark wants to quickly rectify that.

He said: “Circumstances have stopped us doing moving forward with getting players in and getting our own squad signed up for next season.

“The changes at the club have meant we’ve been a bit delayed in getting that done, but we’re hopeful of kicking on with it now in the next week or two.”

Meanwhile defender Kieran Healy was the big winner at the club’s player of the year awards at the weekend. In the player’s first season in junior football, Clark says the accolades were well deserved.

He added: “He fully deserved it, Kieran has had a fantastic season. Considering he’s come straight from under-21 football it’s a great debut season in the juniors for him.”