Dennison leaves Bridlington Town to join Curtis Woodhouse's Gainsborough
Lewis Dennison has left Bridlington Town to join NPL Premier Division side Gainsborough Trinity, who are managed by former Seasiders boss Curtis Woodhouse.
Speaking on the Trinity website, Woodhouse said: "Lewis Dennison is a player I signed at Bridlington Town. After looking for a striker, I was recommended Lewis, but after a couple of games, I didn’t feel I was getting the best out of his attributes so moved him back into central midfield.
"Again, I thought his athleticism was not being utilised correctly, so I moved him to right back and the rest is history!"
"Lewis was Player of the Year that season and has gone from strength to strength. He is very adaptable and has great pace and athleticism, so Lewis will be a great addition for us."
The full-back added: "I am really excited to be joining Gainsborough. This is a great opportunity for me and one that I couldn’t turn down once Curtis got in touch.
"I can’t wait to get going now and meet up with all the lads. Hopefully we can have a successful season, one that everyone involved with the club can be proud of."
Dennison joins two of his former Brid Town team-mates, James Williamson and Jack Walters, at Gainsborough.