|Full name Paul Davis Ennis|
Current team Hednesford Town FC
|Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
Place of birth Cheadle, England
Name Paul Ennis
|Date of birth (1990-02-01) 1 February 1990 (age 25)|
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Paul Davis Ennis (born 1 February 1990) is an English footballer who plays for Stalybridge Celtic.
Ennis played for Stockport County in their youth team, including a spell on loan at Salford City. He was released by Stockport in 2008. Despite this setback, he continued to train at their grounds and after Stockport received funds for playing at Wembley Stadium that season, he was re-signed with a professional contract. He made his début on 21 March 2009 as part of a 4–0 defeat to Northampton Town.
In September 2009, Ennis joined Stalybridge Celtic, following a two-month trial period with Wrexham. He played 11 times for Stalybridge, mostly as a substitute, and left the club in November 2009. In January 2010, Ennis signed with Welsh Premier League side Bala Town, but left the club without making an appearance. However, after a brief return to Stalybridge for the end of the season where he played four more league games for the club, he rejoined Bala Town in August 2010. After fifteen appearances for the club, he left in February 2011 to join Droylsden. He then joined Cheadle Town in March before ending the season with Witton Albion where he scored once in his five league appearances with the club.
In July 2011 he joined Northwich Victoria. He appeared twice for feeder club Northwich Villa in the North West Counties Football League.
In March 2012 he joined Colwyn Bay.
He had a brief stint at Guiseley A.F.C. from September 2013 to November, before joing Stalybridge Celtic for a third time in his career.