Liam Vaughan makes Wallingford loan switch and ALL the Hellenic League transfers 14/9/2017 to 21/9/2017




It’s been another quiet week on the transfer front with departures seemingly causing the biggest news. Binfield goalkeeper Liam Vaughan has signed up to play for Hellenic League Division One East side Wallingford Town who are currently mid-table having won 2, drew 2 and lost 2 so far this season.

Another player leaving Binfield and the Hellenic Premier Division is Grant Kemp who has signed for Thames Valley Premier League club Newbury FC.

The west-Berkshire club currently lie 11th out of 14th in the division and will be looking to climb the table. Other local clubs that have been busy shuffling their squad around include Woodley United who have signed up Sam Guze and Spencer Meredith while Luke Blakebrough has left the club.

While it may not have been the busiest week locally for player signings Burnham FC have brought in five players as they look to climb off the bottom of the Hellenic Premier Division table. The club have only won 3 points so far this season and are yet to win in the league. On Saturday they face a daunting trip west on the M4 to The Elms where they face current table-toppers Highworth Town in the FA Vase.

Local clubs


  • Henry Craven
  • Ryan Millward
  • Grant Kemp (departs to Newbury)
  • Liam Vaughan (departs to Wallingford, on loan)
  • Robert Mitchell

Woodley United 

  • Sam Guze
  • Spencer Meredith
  • Luke Blakebrough (departs)

Other Hellenic League clubs


  • Aaron Clifford
  • Tom Kemp
  • Brian Leandro Toro Arias
  • Walter Rizo Neva
  • Oscar Valencia Alonso

Fairford Town

  • James Campbell
  • Simon Gale
  • William Steadman
  • Matthew Stokes
  • Jason Milhench (departs)


  • Jack Horrell
  • Thomas Kaye

Tuffley Rovers

  • Mason Hathaway

Wantage Town 

  • Callum Preece
  • Ben Green (departs)

Main image: Liam Vaughan in goal for Binfield by Richard Claypole.

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