SWINDON Wildcats have wrapped up deals with three more members of last season’s NIHL South One title-winning squad to return for next season.

Teenagers Eliot Randall and Tyler Perre as well as back-up netminder Michael Crisp have all put pen to paper on fresh terms to remain at the Link Centre when the Cats step up to the newly-formed National League for the 2019-20 campaign.

Forward Randall, 19, stepped up to the first-team roster last summer from the club’s academy and iced in 33 games in all competitions, scoring two goals.

Alongside this, the young forward iced in 21 games for the Wildcats’ NIHL2 side last term.

Fellow teenager Perre was also promoted to head coach Aaron Nell’s senior roster last summer and shared ice time with Crisp as back-ups to first-choice netminder Renny Marr, making seven appearances during the campaign.

Crisp has been one the Cats roster in five of the last seasons – including each of the last three – and will be back again next term.

The 28-year-old stopper will again share the back-up netminder spot alongside Perre.

Cats player-coach Nell is thrilled to have secured the services of the trio again for the coming season.

Nell said: “I’m delighted to have these three back next season.

“Eliot came in and performed really well having made the first step into senior hockey.

“His never-say-die attitude helped us through some tough games last year and I am keen to see how he fares in his second season.

“He is an exciting young player and we are glad to have him in Swindon.

"Tyler performed superbly when called upon. He got some huge wins for us over the course of the season including a tough win away in Sheffield.

"He is a big goalie who covers the net well and is a key part of the netminding trio. He is learning from Renny and wants to improve himself game on game.

"Crispy is a big part of the team and is someone we can rely on.

"He loves being a Wildcat and he gets on really well with everyone in the locker room.

"His character rubs off on everyone around him and we’re pleased he’ll stay around for another season."