Football in Berkshire
Transfer News

All the Combined Counties player registrations 17/1/2019 to 24/1/2019

Steve Gabb rounds up all the transfers and dual registrations from the last 7 days

All the Combined Counties player registrations 17/1/2019 to 24/1/2019

Knaphill have signed Badshot Lea duo Connor Blanchard and Kai Francis.

Redhill boss Gavin Gordon has signed four, while Eversley & California continue their rebuild bringing in five new players.

KNOWLEDGE: How non league transfers work and dual registration explained

Premier Division

Badshot Lea
In: Harry Cooksley
Out: Connor Blanchard (departed for Knaphill)
Out: Kai Francis (departed for Knaphill)
Out: Jimmy Norman

Banstead Athletic
In: Paulo Giamattei

CB Hounslow
In: Wayne Ridgeley

Cobham
In: Stephen Grace

Guildford City
Out: Michael Campbell (departed for Redhill)

Hanworth Villa
In: Gerti Binaj
In: Tarome Hemmings
In: Eamon Orfally
Out: Chris Ogunlana

Horley Town
In: Reyon Dillon
Out: Martin Smith

Knaphill
In: Connor Blanchard (signed from Badshot Lea)
In: Kai Francis (signed from Badshot Lea)
In: Nathan Pooley
In: Martin Smith

Raynes Park Vale
In: Gavin Bolger

Redhill
In: Michael Campbell (signed from Guildford City)
In: Mason Doughty
In: Olumwadurotimi Kalejaiye
In: Tristan Noel
Out: Lewis Taylor

Walton & Hersham
In: Liam Coates
In: Jerol Forbes
In: Kevin Manuel

Combined Counties League Division One

Bagshot
In: Domonic Sullivan

Dorking Wanderers Reserves
In: Joshua Barnett

Eversley & California
In: Bradley Charles
In: Stuart Clark
In: George Dance
In: Kaine Macduley
In: Luke Richardson

Farnham
In: Patrick Cox (signed for Godalming)
Out: Danny Turner (departed for Frimley Green)

Frimley Green
In: Danny Turner (signed from Farnham)

Godalming Town
Out: Patrick Cox (departed to Farnham)

Kensington Borough
In: Eva Batousol
In: Marshall Munjanja
In: Keegan Selby-Werrett

Sandhurst Town
In: Zie Coulibaly

All the latest transfer news ahead of the 2019/20 season is here. Keep up with all the pre season fixtures in Berkshire here.

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