HARRIERS skipper Keith Lowe is the latest name to be secured by the club on a deal for next season.

The 31-year-old has made 38 appearances for the team this season and has racked up more playing minutes than almost anyone else – only Jordan Tunnicliffe is ahead of him on that score by a margin of ten.

The defender began his second spell at Aggborough when he returned last season and, all told, has turned out 110 times for the club, notching eight goals along the way.

He’s now extended his deal until the end of next season.

On being the latest to agree new terms, he said: “It’s a rolling now effect and everyone has seen the work the club’s done.

“The club is really developing and I wanted to be a part of that – that’s why I have extended and that’s why I came here in the first place.”