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Binfield sign up hot-shot Luke Hayden and host of Allied Counties youngsters

Hayden one of several youngsters heading back to Hill Farm Lane

Binfield sign up hot-shot Luke Hayden and host of Allied Counties youngsters

Arguably Binfield’s break out star of the 2016/17 season, the Moles have confirmed that young hot-shot Luke Hayden has signed on for the coming campaign.

Hayden made 18 appearances for the Moles last season in all competitions and scored 9 goals including a hat trick against Flackwell Heath at Wilks Park.

As well as playing for the first team, the young striker scored 12 goals in 10 appearances as the Moles youth team lifted the Allied Counties Youth League South Division title and also played twice for the clubs reserve team.

As well as Hayden, Binfield have confirmed reserve team forward Clive Akem-Che has signed Hellenic League forms along with brothers Harry and Eddie Lee.

Joining the club are Danny Langford from Thames Valley Premier League side Newbury where he was top scorer and Josh Blackwood.

Leaving the Moles is defender Reid Brown who is heading for Woodley United after making eight appearances for the Moles last season.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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  1. […] his attacking options following the departure of top scorer Liam Ferdinand to Bracknell and has youngster Luke Hayden on the books along with another new signing Danny Langford from Thames Valley Premier League side […]

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  2. […] Akem-Che recently signed Hellenic League forms for the Moles after playing 28 times for Ellis Woods development side last season and Herridge said: “I’m […]

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