Bracknell Town FC sign quartet and all the Hellenic League transfers from 15/03/2018 to 22/03/2018




New Bracknell Town player-manager Carl Davies has wasted no time by registering four new players for the club in the past week.

Former Basingstoke Town and Slough Town midfielder Darren Wheeler signs on dual-forms from Godalming Town with Fraser, Harris and Hollis all sign on dual-registration forms from Slough Town.

Sean Fraser is an experienced defender who has played more than 200 times for Slough. Fraser made one appearance for Bracknell in the 2014/2015 season in the Robins’ 5-0 away victory at Wootton Bassett.

Related: The clock is ticking on the Hellenic League registration window

Warren Harris is a right-winger/striker who has played over 100 games for Slough Town. Guy Hollis is a defender who played at Larges Lane this season when Slough won 3-2 in the County Cup.

It is unknown just how much football these four players will play for the Robins as the season concludes, but it’s clear Bracknell Town want to ensure they have the squad to cope with the hectic March and April schedule.

Local clubs

Ascot United
In: Ben Hall (signed from Bracknell Town)

Bracknell Town
In: Sean Fraser
In: Warren Harris
In: Guy Hollis
In: Darren Wheeler
Out: Ben Hall (departed for Ascot United)

Bracknell Town FC's Ben Hall. Photo: Richard Claypole.
Bracknell Town FC’s Ben Hall. Photo: Richard Claypole.

Woodley United
In: Reece Brown
In: Peter Davies
In: Adam King
In: Brad Moore
In: Olabiyi Oshunlaja
In: Daniel Sellwood
In: Andrew Trott

In: Daniel Carr

Other Hellenic League Clube

Abingdon United
In: Nathan Baker
In: Ryan Mullins

In: Ethan Grant

Flackwell Heath
In: Theo Alexander
In: Muhamadou Ceesay
In: Aiden Higgs

Highmoor Ibis
In: Sam Sheppard

Oxford City Nomads
In: Thomas Carter
In: Alexander Pappas

Wantage Town
Out: Sam Sheppard

In: James Hawes

Out: Harry Messitt

Milton United
In: Kyam Walls

Thame Rangers
In: Cian Banert

Clanfield 85
In: Redd Pratley

In: Josh Stock

Tytherington Rocks
In: James Brock

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