Ian Davies makes Ascot United move

Yellamen also confirm a number of retained players for next season
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Binfield striker Ian Davies has made the move across to Combined Counties League side Ascot United, the clubs twitter account has confirmed.

There aren’t many guarantees in football, but Ian Davies and goals is one that does tend to hold true with the front man netting regularly for Binfield over two spells, Bracknell Town and Woodley United.

Last season the striker hit 25 goals in 37 games for the Moles but missed the final few games of the season, including the Floodlit Cup Final defeat with injury. In 2017/18 he scored 30 in 38 for Binfield and two in two for Woodley, ironically both in the home fixture against the Moles.

The signature of Davies will go someway to filling the gap left by the departure of Nathan Minhas in January and Dan Price this summer to Bracknell Town.

Related: All the 2019/20 player ins and outs across Berkshire

More retained

Callum Carlisle. Photo: Robert Mack/Shooting Stars.

As well as Davies, the Yellamen announced the retention of goalkeeper Sam Gray who made 19 appearances last season after taking over from Lee Allen and defender Callum Carlisle – he of the flying salmon header.

Also returning is James Haworth as well as defender George Lock and midfielder Elliott Carey.

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