Manager Brett Whaley said: "We want to wish Eoin all the best and thank him for his efforts this season.
"He’s a quality player and a top lad, but we’ve just not been able to get him the game time he deserves.
"This league is physical and we’ve not dominated possession in games, so just haven’t been able to get him in the ball enough to be able to show what he’s capable of.
"Someone will get themselves a very good player!"
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