In 2015 EvoStik Premier Division East side Cleethorpes Town signed ex-professional Peter Winn from Kings Lynn Town – a shroud move by The Owls as he has helped them climb up the non-league ranks and to the FA Vase Final – and have this morning announced that he has re-signed.
Winn started his career at Scunthorpe United, and was on the club’s books for five years, making his Scunthorpe debut at the age of 16 when a second-year scholar.
Despite making four first-team appearances during Scunthorpe’s 2007–08 campaign, Winn struggled for first-team appearances, and was subsequently loaned out to Northwich Victoria and Barrow respectively towards the latter stages of the 2008–09 season. He joined Conference National side Gateshead the following season initially on a two-month loan deal, before extending the loan deal until the end of the season.
On return to his parent club, Winn was released, and rejected a contract offer from Gateshead in favour of a move to Stevenage in 2010, signing a one-year deal with the Hertfordshire side. In his first season with Stevenage, Winn helped the club earn promotion to League One in May 2011.
Winn was loaned out to Conference National sides Cambridge United and Grimsby Town during the 2011–12 season. He was released by Stevenage in May 2012, and joined Conference National side Macclesfield Town a month later.
Winn then played for National League side Chester making 11 appearances before a move to Kings Lynn Town saw him play in just 12 games in an injury plagued season.
He then joined The Owls and never looked back.