1 – Greg Fleming

Position: Goalkeeper
Date of birth: 27 September 1986
Place of birth: Dunfermline
Previous clubs: Gretna, Oldham, Dunfermline, Galway United, Chesterfield, Grimsby, Carlisle, Celtic Nation, Stenhousemuir, Ayr United, Peterhead

Home: Bill Paton
Away: Finlay Niven
3rd: Available

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With almost 400 senior appearances to his name, Greg Fleming has a wealth of experience from his time in Scotland, England and Ireland.

Fleming is no stranger to Stranraer fans, having been Ayr United’s penalty saving hero in their win over the Blues in the 2016 playoff final.

Spent the 2019/20 season at Peterhead, before moving to the opposite end of the country to join Stranraer in summer 2020.

2 – Scott Robertson

Position: Right or centre back
Date of birth: 26/11/87
Place of birth: Irvine
Previous clubs: Arbroath, Partick Thistle, Fram Reykjavic, Stirling Albion, Queen of the South, Airdrieonians

Home: Cameron Ritchie
Away: Billy Norton
3rd: Claire Fergusson

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Capable of playing in any defensive role, Robbo scooped up several Player of the Year Awards in his lengthy first spell at the club, and his consistency and versatility led to him becoming a firm favourite with supporters.

The experienced defender is in his seventh season at Stair Park, having returned from a season at Airdrie in summer 2019 to record his 200th appearance in the blue jersey.

3 – Sean Burns

Position: Left back
Date of birth: 6 October 1991
Place of birth: Rutherglen
Previous clubs: St Mirren, Airdrieonians, Queen’s Park, Brechin, Forfar, Stenhousemuir

Home: Gordon Niven
Away: SFC eBay Shop
3rd: Douglas Ritchie

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An experienced SPFL campaigner, Sean Burns will need no introduction to many longtime Stranraer supporters, having turned out against the Blues a number of times in recent seasons.

The former Queen’s Park captain joined us in summer 2020 from Stenhousemuir, and can play in several positions across the park, primarily left back.

4 – Adam Cummins

Position: Centre back
Date of birth: 3 March 1993
Place of birth: Liverpool
Previous clubs: Everton, Motherwell, Dundee, Ayr United, Stirling Albion, Bangor City, Queen’s Park

Home: Michael Cummins
Away: Michael Cummins
3rd: Martin Graham

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Adam joined us in summer 2018 from Queen’s Park, having scored an impressive 10 goals in 2017/18 on the way to being crowned their supporters’ Player of the Year.

The Liverpool native spent his early career at Goodison Park, before moving north to make 33 top-flight appearances for the Steelmen.

The defender gained further first team experience on loan at Dundee, Ayr United and Stirling Albion, and spent a year in Wales with Bangor City after leaving Fir Park on a permanent basis in 2015.

Now in his third season at Stranraer, Adam has been a mainstay since arriving at Stair Park.

5 – Ayrton Sonkur

Position: Centre back
Date of birth: 2 June 1998
Place of birth: Melrose
Previous clubs: Queen of the South, Hawick Royal Albert, Annan

Home: Alex Smith
Away: Sermen Sonkur
3rd: Simon Hogg

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A physical presence on the park, central defender Ayrton was our first new signing of the 2020 summer transfer window after impressing over three seasons at Annan Athletic.

The Hawick-based man turned down interest from the National League in England to make the move to Stair Park, having previously turned out for Queen of the South.

6 – Connor McManus

Position: Central midfielder
Date of birth: 29 February 1996
Place of birth: Paisley
Previous clubs: Celtic, Alloa Athletic, Queen of the South, Greenock Morton, East Fife

Home: Stephen Steele
Away: Billy Robb
3rd: Available

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Connor McManus arrived at Stair Park in summer 2018 after six month spells at Greenock Morton and East Fife, having departed Celtic in 2017.

The midfielder spent twelve years in the Hoops’ academy, gaining first team experience with spells on loan to Alloa Athletic and Queen of the South.

McManus has been a key figure since joining Stranraer, and in addition to pulling the strings and picking passes in the Blues’ midfield, he has performed admirably when called upon in defence.

7 – James Hilton

Position: Winger or forward
Date of birth: 2 November 1997
Place of birth: Stranraer
Previous clubs: Ayr United, Creetown, Girvan, Cumnock, Hurlford United

Home: Sharon Hilton
Away: George Frank
3rd: SFC Fans Fundraising

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Local lad James Hilton joined us in June 2019 following a number of years at Ayr United, including loan spells at junior sides Girvan, Cumnock and Hurlford United.

“Jinky” was part of our youth setup before making the move to Somerset Park, where he made his senior debut.

A tricky footballer with quick feet, Hilton scored 7 goals to finish as top scorer in the curtailed 2019/20 season and will hope to build on that in his second campaign at Stranraer.

8 – Grant Gallagher

Position: Central midfielder
Date of birth: 11 January 1991
Place of birth: Irvine
Previous clubs: Celtic, Dumbarton, Airdrieonians

Home: Pogo and Rhys Paterson
Away: Steven Hardie
3rd: Euan Home

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A popular figure around the club with over 200 appearances to his name, Grant Gallagher is in his second spell at Stranraer having returned in summer 2019.

Gal originally joined us in 2010 and spent five seasons with the Blues, narrowly missing out on promotion before leaving for Dumbarton in 2015.

The defender turned midfielder scored his only goal of 2018/19 against us for Airdrieonians at Stair Park, before missing the 2019/20 season through injury.

9 – Darryl Duffy

Position: Striker
Date of birth: 16 April 1984
Place of birth: Glasgow
Previous clubs: Rangers, Brechin, Falkirk, Hull, Hartlepool, Swansea, Bristol Rovers, Carlisle, Hibernian, Cheltenham, Salgaocar, Goa, Mohun Bagan, St Mirren, Airdrieonians, Stirling Albion

Home: David Morrison
Away: Ali Binnie
3rd: SFC eBay Shop

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Veteran frontman Darryl Duffy joined Stranraer from Stirling Albion in summer 2020.

A product of the youth system at Rangers, Duffy made a couple of appearances for the Ibrox club as a teenager before moving to Falkirk.

His goalscoring exploits over the following two seasons earned him caps for Scotland U21s and a move south of the border, with spells at the likes of Hull, Swansea, Bristol Rovers and Cheltenham.

After four years in India, Duffy returned home to join St Mirren, before netting double figures in the past two seasons for Airdrieonians and Stirling respectively.

10 – Andy Stirling

Position: Winger
Date of birth: 5 March 1990
Place of birth: Paisley
Previous clubs: Stenhousemuir, East Stirlingshire, Kitsap Pumas, Dunfermline Athletic, Stirling Albion, Dumbarton, Queen of the South, Alloa Athletic

Home: David Bell
Away: Alan McNally-Jones and Christine Jones
3rd: Ryan Kyle

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Andy Stirling rejoined us in September 2019, having spent the previous three years playing his football in the Championship.

Stirling’s dazzling runs and creativity caught the eye during his first two seasons at Stair Park, with the wing wizard helping the Blues to a promotion challenge in both 2013/14 and 2015/16.

11 – Joao Victoria

Position: Winger or forward
Date of birth: 21 April 1989
Place of birth: Portugal
Previous clubs: Queen’s Park, East Kilbride, Arbroath, Albion Rovers, Airdrieonians, Raith Rovers

Home: Gavin Sprott
Away: Michael Watson
3rd: Alan Logan

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Joao Victoria initially joined us for the second half of the 2018/19 season on loan from Airdrie.

After scoring 4 goals in that spell with the Blues, the lively forward moved to Raith Rovers in the summer of 2019, but was reunited with Stevie Farrell for a brief loan stay at Stair Park last season.

Now at Stranraer on a permanent basis.

14 – Cameron Elliott

Position: Winger or forward
Date of birth: 27 May 1999
Place of birth: N/A
Previous clubs: St Mirren, Beith Juniors

Home: Ryan Kelly
Away: John Elliott
3rd: John Elliott

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Cameron Elliott is a talented forward who made his Blues debut against Dumbarton on 6 October 2017, replacing Paul Woods as a late substitute.

After spending 5 years in the youth setup at St Mirren, the youngster moved to local club Beith Juniors where he made 9 first team appearances, scoring once.

Having been a regular scorer for Stranraer’s U20s development side, his prolific form was rewarded by a call up to the first team.

Got off the mark with a stunning goal against Brechin to secure safety in 2018/19, before adding a further five goals in 2019/20.

15 – Kieran Millar

Position: Central midfielder
Date of birth: 14 October 1993
Place of birth: N/A
Previous clubs: Hamilton Accies, Stenhousemuir, East Fife, Airdrieonians

Home: SFC Fans Fundraising
Away: Peter Gerrard
3rd: Scott Dodds

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Kieran Millar joined Stranraer in summer 2020.

The move saw the defensive midfielder reunited with former Airdrie team mates Grant Gallagher and Scott Robertson, along with East Fife midfield partner Connor McManus.

16 – Lewis McIntyre

Position: Centre back or right back
Date of birth: 6 August 1996
Place of birth: Stranraer
Previous clubs: N/A

Home: Andy & Maggie McIntyre
Away: Andy & Maggie McIntyre
3rd: Andy & Maggie McIntyre

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A standout performer for our development squad, Lewis McIntyre impressed on his first team debut with a start against Dumbarton on 28 December 2019, following that with a cameo against Rangers in the Scottish Cup, and a further start against Forfar on 15 February 2020.

Provided competition at the back for Stevie Farrell whilst featuring for the Blues’ successful second string during the 2019/20 season, earning him a first team contract for the new campaign

17 – Ruari Paton

Position: Striker
Date of birth: 9 August 2000
Place of birth: Dublin
Previous clubs: Hibernian, Gala Fairydean Rovers, East Kilbride

Home: Rhuri Paton
Away: Rhuri Paton
3rd: Brody Williams

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Ruari Paton comes highly rated by former Blues Craig Malcolm and Sean Winter, and will look to follow in the East Kilbride pair’s footsteps as he begins his Stranraer career.

The striker scored 24 goals in the abridged 2019/20 Lowland League season and will now get the chance to make his mark in the SPFL.

18 – Tom Devitt

Position: Centre back
Date of birth: 14 June 1996
Place of birth: Newcastle, England
Previous clubs: Lionsbridge, Gateshead, Blyth Spartans

Home: Joe Saunders
Away: David Murray
3rd: Available

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Tom Devitt joined us from English National League North side Blyth Spartans in summer 2020.

Devitt initially impressed Blues manager Stevie Farrell in a pre-season friendly for Blyth against Stranraer the previous year, scoring with a powerful header as he played out the 90 minutes in a 3-1 win at Croft Park.

Stranraer are Devitt’s first club north of the border, having previously spent time in the USA with Lionsbridge and at fellow National League North outfit Gateshead.

19 – Thomas Orr

Position: Striker
Date of birth: 13 March 1997
Place of birth: Livingston
Previous clubs: St Mirren, Greenock Morton, East Stirlingshire, Livingston, Queen’s Park, BSC Glasgow

Home: Bruce and Laurence Nelson
Away: David Bell
3rd: Jack and Fred MacPherson

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Thomas Orr joined Stranraer in summer 2020 after two prolific seasons at BSC Glasgow in the Lowland League, which saw him score 43 goals in total.

Orr is no stranger to the SPFL having turned out for Morton, East Stirlingshire, Livingston and Queen’s Park as a youngster.

21 – Jamie Walker

Position: Goalkeeper
Date of birth: 7 September 2001
Place of birth: N/A
Previous clubs: Kilmarnock

Home: JS Sports and Events Photography
Away: Louise Walker
3rd: Available

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Teenage goalkeeper Jamie Walker is looking to follow in the footsteps of Stranraer’s former shotstoppers after joining the Blues in summer 2020 from Kilmarnock.

Walker was at Rugby Park for nearly five years and trained alongside former Blues loanee Innes Cameron.

Now, he is working alongside goalkeeping coach Eric Philips and looking to gain experience in the first team, with Max Currie and Dale Burgess having departed Stair Park.

22 – Jamie Hamill

Position: Central midfielder, right back or centre back
Date of birth: 29 July 1986
Place of birth: Irvine
Previous clubs: Kilmarnock, Hearts, Queen of the South

Home: Anne Murdoch and Ellis Hedley
Away: Reserved
3rd: Alan Faulds

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Jamie Hamill is a tough tackling footballer with over 200 appearances and 24 goals at Premiership level across 10 seasons.

The experienced Hamill can play across the defence or in front of the back four, and joined us in summer 2017.

Jamie accepted the captaincy in summer 2018 and helped to guide the Blues’ young squad to safety in successive seasons, before moving into a midfield role in 2020.