Woodley United's Ian Davies. Photo: Peter Toft.
Woodley United's Ian Davies. Photo: Peter Toft.

Ian Davies signs for Binfield and ALL the Hellenic League transfers 7/9/2017 to 14/9/2017

All the weeks transfer news including two new signings at Highmoor Ibis
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Woodley United's Ian Davies. Photo: Peter Toft.
Woodley United's Ian Davies. Photo: Peter Toft.

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Another Hellenic League week, and another set of players signing on for new clubs or shuffling between teams. Perhaps the biggest transfer of the week involves Binfield, who have strengthened their forward options by re-signed former Bracknell Town striker Ian Davies who had only recently joined Woodley United and scored their first ever step 5 goal.

By our reckoning, this will be Davies third spell at Hill Farm Lane but we stand to be corrected.

Highmoor Ibis, who were on the heavy 6-0 defeat to Flackwell Heath in midweek, have signed the former Maidenhead United, Burnham, Marlow forward Marcus Mealing.

You can read a list of the players signed by local clubs and other Hellenic League clubs over the past week below.

Local clubs

Ian Davies

Highmoor Ibis
Carlisle Bovell
Marcus Mealing

Sandhurst Town
Billy Bryce

Virginia Water
Jack Deabill

Wokingham & Emmbrook
Tom McNelly
Joshua Pearson

Woodley United
Jaydyn Englefield

Harry Tucker

Other Hellenic League clubs

Brackley Town Saints
Jack Heap

Brimscombe & Thrupp
Ashley Bird
Finlay Blythe

Patrick Szymon
Liridon Daka (departed)

Fairford Town
Michael Oakes
Jamie Reid
Adam Bright (departed)

Flackwell Heath 
Guri Demuria

Lydney Town 
Mackinnon Sadler
Owen Williams

Oxford City Nomads
Ben Taylor

Thatcham Town
Thomas Moran

Keep up with all the latest transfer news on our dedicated page here, and don’t miss a beat of the local football action on our twitter page @fibracknell.

Main image: Ian Davies playing for Woodley United by Peter Toft.

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