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All the Women's football player registrations 16/1/2020 to 30/1/2020

A round up of all the weeks transfers and dual registrations

All the Women's football player registrations 16/1/2020 to 30/1/2020

A number of moves locally including Esme Kelly who has joined Ascot United and Paulina Lemos who has signed for Woodley United.

Elsewhere Lauren Cox has departed Caversham and Holyport have registered Natalie Rump.

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.

Southern Region Women’s Football League

Ascot United
In: Esme Kelly

Bournemouth Sports
In: Katrina Bradley
In: Rachael Grierson
In: Rebecca Yeo

Southampton Reserves
In: Paris Payne

Winchester City Flyers
In: Shayne Prasad

Woodley United
In: Paulina Lemos

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League

AFC Crowthorne
In: Jess Grieves

Banbury United
In: Kerry Stapleton

Banbury United Development
In: Kerry Stapleton

Carterton Reserves
In: Jasmine Moore

Carteton
In: Jasmine Moore

Caversham AFC
Out: Lauren Cox

Chesham United & Holmer Green Ladies
In: Olivia Cook

EB Lions AFC
In: Sophie Vincent

Harefield United
In: Emma Nickolls

Holyport
In: Natalie Rump

Launton
In: Jess Meehan

Mole Valley Development
In: Zoe Clifford

North Leigh United
In: Moon Fulcher

Slough Town
In: Sophie Cheadle

Wantage Town
In: Sarah Bartholomew
In: Kate Hilsdon
In: Amber Hubbard
In: Cara Kerby

Wantage Town Dev
In: Sarah Bartholomew
In: Kate Hilsdon
In: Amber Hubbard
In: Cara Kerby

Wargrave Reserves
In: Lauren Cox
In: Cristina Morera Gutierrez
In: Hannah Read

Woking
In: Jade Bradley Smith

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