Nick Bateman playing for Wokingham & Emmbrook. Photo: getreading.co.uk
Nick Bateman playing for Wokingham & Emmbrook. Photo: getreading.co.uk

Binfield add experienced trio to Uhlsport Hellenic Premier squad

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Nick Bateman playing for Wokingham & Emmbrook. Photo: getreading.co.uk
Nick Bateman playing for Wokingham & Emmbrook. Photo: getreading.co.uk

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Hot on the heals of signing former Bracknell Town pair Garry Aulsberry and Jake White, Binfield manager Roger Herridge has signed a trio of players from Wokingham & Emmbrook, reports the Binfield website.

Pacy centre back James Charlton has signed on at Hill Farm Lane having started last season at Ryman Premier side Enfield Town but saw the campaign curtailed by injury.

Related: Binfield managerial line up confirmed

Signing on for a second spell is Nick Bateman (pictured above). The combative midfielder played a handful of games for the Moles in 2012 and has spent most of his career at Wokingham & Emmbrook.

The third signing is attacker Tom Williams who has moved back into the area and linked up again with his former manager. Williams is equally at home out wide or centrally and has played at Reading Town.

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