NEW Cumnock Juniors boss Stephen Swift has continued to ring in the changes at Townhead Park.

It comes as the club announced further signings and more departures after the manager officially took the reigns last week.

He will be hoping to build on last seasons eighth place finish in the West of Scotland Football League Premier Division in what was a turbulent season with three managerial departures.

The new boss swiftly got to work after coming into the East Ayrshire hot seat from previous club Broomhill FC.

On the very day he came into the role the club's first signing for the new season was announced with former Partick Thistle defender Darren Brownlie coming in the door at Townhead.

Another arrival followed quickly after with Swift using his Broomhill contacts for the first time to sign left sided defender Sam Ellis.

That same day, it was also confirmed that Findlay Frye, Mark McLennan, Greg Ferry, Callan Veitch and Grant Dickie would all be leaving the club.

In addition to this, Jamie Barclay, Alan Cook, Jared Willet, Sam Jamieson, Andy McLaughlin and Robbie Young were all made available for transfer.

Though the changes haven't stopped since that manic first 24-hours in charge with one further departure confirmed with midfielder Ryan Carnwath also to leave Cumnock now the season has concluded.

There was also one departure off the pitch with club physio John Clelland deciding to hang up his magic sponge and strappings as the former player retired from his role.

With plenty faced leaving Cumnock, there was also one player from last season who has signed an extended deal at Townhead Park.

Jamie Wilson has now committed his future to Cumnock Juniors, and is set to take over as club captain for the coming season.

While there were further new faces arriving at the club bringing with them strong pedigree.

Further SPFL experience came in the door last week with ex-St Mirren, Clyde and Forfar Athletic striker Josh Jack signing on the dotted line - joining the club from Broomhill FC.

Two more signings have since joined the club from manager Swift's former side with defender/midfielder Daniel Higgins and central midfielder Cammy Chalmers also making the move to East Ayrshire.

The most recent arrival, at the time of writing, also brings plenty of experience with goalkeeper Blair Currie joining Cumnock from Stirling Albion.

The stopper has over 200 appearances in the SPFL under his belt and his been described as a "huge addition" for the club.