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All the Combined Counties League player registrations 30/1/2020 to 6/2/2020

All the latest transfers and dual registrations

All the Combined Counties League player registrations 30/1/2020 to 6/2/2020
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A busy week in the Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League transfer department with Premier Division Camberley Town and Division One Bagshot among the busiest.

At Ascot United, Samir Regragui has departed the squad list while Eversley & California have added three new faces in Durell Brown, Paras Gill and Pasha-Jay Tayo-Walker.

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: Kery Kedze

Ascot United
Out: Samir Regragui

Badshot Lea
Out: Durell Brown
Out: Jordan Carter

Camberley Town
In: Kane Brady
In: Jordan Carter
In: Craig Green
In: Matt Newbury
In: Robbie Smith
In: Nicholas Thumwood

CB Hounslow United
In: Paul Grigoras
In: Barry McWilliams

In: Tate Greenaway

Egham Town
In: Sam Hamer

Guildford City
In: Devon Gordon

Hanworth Villa
In: Daniel Grefsheim
In: Howard Newton

Out: Kery Kedze

Out: Ross Cheek

Spelthorne Sports
In: Louie Tomlin
In: Connor Wright

Division One

In: Alexander Devine
In: Ellis Riddell
In: Bradley Timpson
In: Dean Wickens

Bedfont and Feltham
In: Liam Harper

British Airways
In: Ben Clargo

Chessington and Hook
In: Kieran Scantlebury
In: Darren Smith

In: Lloyd Snell

Epsom and Ewell
In: Pepin-Junior Pepin

Eversley and California
In: Durell Brown
In: Paras Gill
In: Pasha-Jay Tayo-Walker

Fleet Spurs
In: Ross Cheek

Godalming Town
Out: Connor Gales

Walton and Hersham
In: Taiwo Ojo
In: Emmanuel Yeboah
Out: Calogero Scannella

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