Kane Fitzgerald signs for Binfield FC and ALL the Hellenic Transfers 24/2/2018 to 1/3/2018




Kane Fitzgerald’s move from Bracknell Town to Binfield is the biggest move locally this week. The midfielder played thirteen games for the Robins this season but hasn’t featured too many times in recent weeks. He made his Binfield debut as a second half substitute in the Moles 3-2 victory at Oxford City Nomads.

Also departing Larges Lane is former Ascot United midfielder Colin Mugoya. He has been signed by Hellenic Premier bottom club Burnham who are now under new management with former Flackwell boss Paul Shone taking charge. Burnham’s next game is against title chasing Thatcham Town on Saturday, though this match may well fall foul of the weather.

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Bracknell Town have added Sam Jones and Josh Delander to the squad from their development side as fixture congestion begins to bite as we progress towards the end of the season.

Local Clubs

Ascot United
Out: Aaron Jewell

In: Kane Fitzgerald (signed from Bracknell Town)

Bracknell Town
In: Joshua Delander (From Bracknell Town Dev)
In: Sam Jones (From Bracknell Town Dev)
Out: Kane Fitzgerald (departed for Binfield)
Out: Colin Mugoya (departed for Burnham)

Chris Grace and Colin Mugoya. Photo: Neil Graham.
Chris Grace and Colin Mugoya. Photo: Neil Graham.

Wokingham & Emmbrook
In: Jack Rawlings

Woodley United
In: Christopher Harris

In: Mark Nisbet (dual reg from Slough Town)
In: Curtis Ujah

Other Hellenic Clubs

Abingdon United
In: Bradley Wixey

Brimscombe & Thrupp
In: Adam Bloomfield

In: Alfie Grant
In: Usman Lalustani
In: Colin Mugoya
In: Daniel Taylor

Fairford Town
In: Matthew Bath

Oxford City Nomads
In: Joshua Pin

Thatcham Town
Out: Alfie Grant

Royal Wootton Bassett Town
In: George Staten

Didcot Town Reserves
Out: Joshua Pin

Thame Rangers
In: Paul Brzezicki

Clanfield 85
In: Holbie Clayton

In: Kye Franklin
In: Jack Hamblin
In: James Wright

Woodstock Town
In: Owen Timmins

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