Previous clubs: Kilmarnock, Hearts, Queen of the South
Jamie Hamill is a tough-tackling, tenacious footballer with over 200 appearances and 24 goals at Premiership level across 10 seasons. The experienced Hamill can play across the defence or as a defensive midfielder.
Previous clubs: Rangers, Kilmarnock Sam joined us in summer 2017 following his departure from the youth setup at Kilmarnock, with the Blues coaching staff impressed with the youngster in pre-season training.
The promising left back never made a first team appearance at the Rugby Park club, but is gaining experience from his loan spell at junior club Hurlford.
Position: Goalkeeper Date of birth: 16/10/1988 Place of birth: Nuneaton, Emgland Previous clubs: Tamworth, Bury, Southend, Accrington, Mansfield, Swindon, Wrexham
Belford was with Coventry City as a youth, but made his senior debut on loan at Tamworth in 2006 with his father on the bench as backup. The shot-stopper left the Sky Blues without making an appearance to join Bury in 2007. His 6 years at Gigg Lane saw him make 85 Shakers outings, plus another 25 games while on loan at Southend United and Accrington Stanley. A full season at Tamworth and a spell with Rushall Olympic followed, before he moved to Swindon Town. With a record of 7 clean sheets in his first 10 games for the Blues on loan from Wrexham, he quickly became a fan favourite, and has since won hearts around the club for his performances and his larger than life personality. Cammy is of course well known for his off the ball antics, and even featured on Soccer AM after a video of the keeper doing pushups mid-game went viral.
Previous clubs: Hamilton, Alloa, Ayr, Dumbarton, St Mirren
Aggy is an attacking midfielder with a sweet left foot who spent 18 months here in his first spell between 2010 and 2011, scoring 21 goals in 63 appearances. His career began with Hamilton Accies, before moving on to Alloa Athletic in 2007. A year later, he switched to Ayr United but things didn’t work out at Somerset Park. A loan spell back at Alloa preceded his move to Stair Park where his career took off again, earning him a move to Dumbarton. Agnew scored 35 goals in 146 games for the Sons, earning him a crack at full time football at St Mirren, before returning to Stranraer. Scored 3 goals in what was a difficult 2016/17 season, but has rediscovered his scoring form in 2017/18.