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George Lock signs on with Berks County and all the Thames Valley Premier League player registrations 20/12/2019 to 31/12/2019

Steve Gabb rounds up all the transfers and dual registrations

George Lock signs on with Berks County and all the Thames Valley Premier League player registrations 20/12/2019 to 31/12/2019

Berks County add two to their squad with forward Ethan Jerome and full-back George Lock signing for the club. Lock is a young (but experienced player) who has turned out for Bracknell Town, Binfield and Ascot United in the Hellenic League in the past few seasons.

Mortimer have signed Mark Hughes (no, not that one) from fellow Thames Valley League club Newbury.

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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Berks County
In: Ethan Jerome
In: George Lock (dual registration with Ascot United)

Mortimer
In: Mark Hughes (signed from Newbury)

Newbury
Out: Mark Hughes (departed for Mortimer)

Windlesham United
In: Luke Constable
In: Jamie Hobbs
In: Connor Maclaren

Woodley United Royals
In: Telmo Abreu
In: Lamin Ceesay
In: Jordan Goddard
In: Bilal Kharkowa
In: Miroslav Kondov
In: Cameron Taylor
In: Scott Worthing

Wraysbury Village
In: Samuel Bersey
In: Mark Etheridge
In: Sam Hewitt
In: Roman Naya


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