JACK Dunn’s two-and-a-half year spell at Warrington Town is over – and he is unlikely to be the last member of this season’s squad to leave in the coming weeks.

The winger – so pivotal to the side that came within minutes of promotion to the National League North during the 2018-19 campaign – has joined Welsh side Prestatyn Town.

Dunn had scored twice in 11 appearances this season but several injury problems have limited him to just 47 outings in a Yellows shirt which have yielded 11 goals.

The Pitching In Northern Premier League season is currently suspended until January 12 but with Covid restrictions getting tougher around the country, teams appear to be looking at a lengthy pause at best.

With that and the club’s finances in mind, chairman Toby Macormac says Town’s players are free to leave the club in order to keep playing.

“As outlined a few weeks ago, I have to make some decisions to protect the future of the club,” he said.

“We also have to think about the financial situation players find themselves in, and other leagues present opportunities to support them.”