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Adam Cashin-Murray among latest Reading City signings

Six new signings confirmed for City's first attack on the Hellenic League

Adam Cashin-Murray among latest Reading City signings

Reading City have confirmed three more signings for their maiden Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division campaign.

City – formerly known as Highmoor Ibis – have made some big moves and co-manager Andy Findlay has said there is more to come at Scours Lane.

In the meantime, the club have secured the services of former Reading Town and Fleet Town midfielder Adam Cashin-Murray along with young midfielder Jack Hemming who was with Highmoor’s Allied Counties side last season.

It was a busy day for City on Tuesday as they announced the arrival of experienced former Hungerford Town centre back Gareth Brown, fellow former Crusader Kallum Thomas, Owen Davies and ex-Ascot United and Binfield goalkeeper Matt Hill.

Related: See all the transfer moves locally in the Hellenic League here

Matt Hill.

Matt Hill.

Speaking to Football in Bracknell, Findlay said: “These are six new additions to a good group. We do not consider ourselves as being favourites, we are just building a competitive squad and these are some young hungry, signings.”

In addition to the first team players, Findlay said: “We have signed a number of young talented local players to our player development programme and they are the future of the club, they will play in our Thames Valley Premier League side.”

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Main image: Adam Cashin-Murray by Get Hampshire.

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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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