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Joe Grant on month long dual registration to Southern League side

Grant had played for Bracknell on Wednesday night

Joe Grant on month long dual registration to Southern League side

Slough Town attacker Joe Grant has gone on a month long dual registration with BetVictor Southern League Premier Division South side Hayes & Yeading United.

Grant, who is also registered with Bracknell Town, is effectively tri-registered having appeared for the Robins in the 4-0 Velocity Trophy group stage win over FC Romania on Tuesday night.

A post on the Slough Town website by managers Neil Baker and Jon Underwood said: “We have allowed Joe Grant to go on a month’s dual registration to Hayes & Yeading United to get some important games under his belt, however we have the option to recall him within this period if we pick up some injuries.”

The Rebels regularly use dual registration to give game time to players who have been out of the side or are recovering from injury.

Because Hayes & Yeading – who beat Bracknell to the Isthmian League title last season – are now in the Southern League, Grant can effectively be registered for all three sides.

KNOWLEDGE: How non league transfers work and dual registration explained. All the latest transfer news from the men’s and women’s leagues can be found here.

Grant joined the Vanarama National League South side from Bracknell in the summer after impressing in pre season but suffered an injury on the eve of the big kick off.

He has though made seven appearances for the Rebels, most recently he started the 3-1 National League win over Hampton & Richmond Borough in mid-September.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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