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All the Women’s football player registrations 14/11/2019 to 21/11/2019

Steve Gabb rounds up all the latest transfers and dual registrations

All the Women’s football player registrations 14/11/2019 to 21/11/2019

A relatively busy few days for club secretaries with Bournemouth Sports adding two while duo Hannah Chaffey and Bethany Norman have left Winchester City for Warsash Wasps and Wargrave have signed Isabella Boonham and Phoebe Rice.

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.


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Southern Region Women’s Football League

Abingdon United
In: Rhiannon Short

In: Mia Matthews

Bournemouth Sports
In: Charlotte Sullivan
In: Bobbie White

New Milton Town
In: Ella D’abreo

In: Nicola Isted

Oxford City
In: Kerry Walklett

Southampton Reserves
In: Charlie Taylor

Warsash Wasps
In: Hannah Chaffey
In: Bethany Norman

Winchester City Flyers
Out: Hannah Chaffey
Out: Bethany Norman

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League

Abingdon Town Women Reserves
In: Chelsey Dummett

In: Ellie Walecki

Caversham AFC
In: Katie Taplin

In: Georgia Harris

In: Emily Marriott

Milton United
In: Olivia Thacker

Mole Valley Development
In: Jasmin Baker

Newbury Development
In: Anna Sammartino

Stonesfield & Chadlington
In: Rachel Appleton

Wantage Town
In: Catia Fernandes Barbosa

In: Isabella Boonham
In: Phoebe Rice

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