TIVERTON Town have released Cameron Salmon from his contract at the club to help him to pursue his ambition to play in Australia.
Midfielder Cameron, who is 21 next month, has been given a chance to continue his career Down Under, and the club are backing this wonderful opportunity by allowing him to leave the Ian Moorcroft Stadium with immediate effect.
Tiverton Vice-Chairman Matthew Conridge said: “While we will miss Cam, when we heard about his fantastic opportunity in Australia, we decided that the only appropriate course of action would be to fully support him.
“We wish him every success in this exciting step in his playing career.”
Cameron said: “I would like to thank all the fans and players at Tiverton.
“I’ve really enjoyed my time with the club and I wish the lads the best of luck for the rest of the season.”
Cam has played a total of 27 times for the Yellows since joining in March this year on a dual registration from Clevedon Town.
The former Southampton Academy player made the move permanent in the summer and has featured in 18 of Tivvy’s matches in the current Pitching In Southern League Premier Division South campaign, scoring five times.
Go well, Cam.