The 1931 funded Exeter player, Graham Cummins has signed for Scottish Premier League side St Johnstone on a one year contract.
Cummins said at the end of the season that he did not intend to sign a new contract and was looking for a new Club.
The 27-year-old played 35 games for the Grecians in all competitions, scoring 7 goals, and getting 2 yellows. His goal against Newport County was voted the best Exeter goal of the season
Saints Manger Tommy Wright says of the signing:
I know quite a bit about him and he trained with us towards the end of the season and I want him on board. He scored a lot of goals for Cork City before a move to Preston North End but he didn’t play as much as he would have liked there.
Graham Cummins was interviewed by Alan Crockford for Exeweb, read it here.
Former Grecian James Dunne also had a shirt spell with St Johnstone, on loan from Stevenage, at the beginning of 2014.
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