*Lee Devitt. Photograph: SkyView Photography

LEE DEVITT has committed to League of Ireland outfit, Treaty United for the 2024 season.

Newmarket-on-Fergus native Lee now enters his third season at the Limerick club. He was one of Treaty’s standout players in 2023 and will be once again looked to fulfil a central role for Tommy Barrett’s side.

Devitt joined Treaty for the 2022 season, he has made 76 appearances for the club, scoring five goals and having two assists. He lined out for the club on 38 occasions in both seasons.

During his two year stint with Cobh Ramblers, he was one of only two players to feature in every single game in all competitions for the Cork club.

On his decision to remain with Treaty, Lee said, “I’m over the moon to be back! The last two years here have been the most enjoyable of my career to date so I’m absolutely buzzing that the journey continues”.

He has previously lined out at underage level for both Shannon Hibs and Limerick FC who he represented at U17 and U19 level before making his senior debut in 2019.

Keen soccer followers in Co Clare will be aware of Devitt’s uncles Michael and Kieran. Both are the holders of Premier Division and Clare Cup medals from their time in action with Newmarket Celtic and Rineanna Rovers. Michael also lined out for the Clare Oscar Traynor side while Kieran played at all grades between the posts for the Clare hurlers up to U21.

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