All the Combined Counties League player registrations 28/11/2019 to 4/12/2019

The Combined Counties Football League logo.



The Combined Counties Football League logo.


Quite a few movements in the Combined Counties League this week with Cameron Blackie leaving Eversley & California to sign for Sandhurst Town.

Elsewhere Malchi Thomas has signed for Hanworth Villa from Colliers Wood United. while James Vass has left Knaphill to sign for Farnham Town.

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.

Premier Division

Abbey Rangers
In: Samuel Amure

Badshot Lea
In: Brett Cunningham
In: Luke Donellan
In: George Pilbeam
In: Abdulai Sarr

Camberley Town
In: Luke Benton
In: Jordan Marsh
Out: Lamar Koroma

CB Hounslow United
In: Owen Hunte
In: Alfie Rule (signed from Guildford City)

Colliers Wood United
Out: Malachi Thomas (departed for Hanworth Villa)

Guildford City
Out: Samuel Amure
Out: Luke Donellan
Out: Alfie Rule (departed for CB Hounslow)

Hanworth Villa
In: Craig Tanner
In: Malachi Thomas (signed from Colliers Wood United)

Out: James Vass (departed for Farnham Town)

In: Adam Roberts

In: Ryan Hope
Out: Michael O’Neil

Spelthorne Sports
In: Lamar Koroma

Divison One

AFC Hayes
In: Chandler Harris

Ash United
In: Landing Badjie
In: Ryan Green
Out: Giacomo Di-Lullo

Out: James Smith (departed for Eversley & California)

British Airways
In: Juvhan Kellar
In: Sam Saydee

Chessington and Hook
In: Tyrell Butler
In: Glen Nichols
In: Rhys Williams

Eversley and California
In: Giacomo Di-Lullo
In: James Smith (signed from Bagshot)
Out: Cameron Blackie (departed for Sandhurst Town)

Cameron Blackie. Photo: Richard Milam.

Farnham Town
In: Harvey Mitchell
In: James Vass (signed from Knaphill)

Godalming Town
In: Daniel Holden
In: Callum Lawrence
In: George Masella
In: Alfred Sellick

Sandhurst Town
In: Cameron Blackie (signed from Eversley & California)

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