Dean Holdsworth offers Newport County duo new deals
Holdsworth's Newport finished 28 points clear of nearest rivals Dover
Newport County boss Dean Holdsworth has offered new contracts to winger Charlie Henry and defender Jamie Collins.
The pair each played key roles as the Welsh side ran away with this season's Blue Square South title, collecting a record 103 points.
But the futures of defender Paul Cochlin and striker Dave Gilroy are yet to be determined.
Stalwart Nathan Davies heads the list of departures after 10 years at the club. Defender Martyn Giles also exits.
Captain Gary Warren, strikers Craig Reid and Sam Foley, midfielder Danny Rose and goalkeeper Glyn Thompson have already signed two-year deals.
Defender Wayne Turk has agreed a one-year contract, while defenders Paul Bignot and Chris Todd along with midfielder Scott Rogers also stay on.
Holdsworth will offer reserve goalkeeper the chance to remain at Spytty Park, while winger Takumi Ake has pre-season to prove his fitness after missing much of the campaign with cruciate knee ligament damage.
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