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All the Combined Counties League player registrations 20/2/2020 to 28/2/2019

Rounding up all the player transfers and dual registrations from the last seven days

All the Combined Counties League player registrations 20/2/2020 to 28/2/2019

The number of player signings has decreased over the last week with comparatively few player moves between clubs.

Ascot United have registered Aaron Berry while title rivals Spelthorne Sports have signed Ryan Matthews. In Division One, Sandhurst Town have added Steve Lee on dual registration with Reading City.

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: Brannon Daly

Ascot United
In: Aaron Berry

Badshot Lea
In: Moses Rock

In: Reyneel Ashie

Camberley Town
In: Sirigui Dembele

CB Hounslow United
In: Samuel Bersey

Colliers Wood United
In: Jordan Ikala

Frimley Green
In: Joshua Woodcock

Hanworth Villa
In: Michael Mullings

In: Sacha Mbaye
In: Jack Pearce

Out: Roberto Dos Santos Saraiva

Spelthorne Sports
In: Ryan Matthews

Sutton Common Rovers
In: Jordan Clarke
In: Nadean Fosu
In: Elliot McKimm
Out: Luke Fenlon (departed for Westside)

Division One

AFC Hayes
In: Seb Drozd
In: Michael Mukasa
In: Shaun Wheeler

Out: Thomas Cowan

Chessington and Hook
Out: Joshua Woodcock

Dorking Wanderers Reserves
In: Scott Campbell

Epsom and Ewell
In: Alvin Macauley

Eversley and California
Out: Sam Taylor

Farnham Town
In: Darren Wheeler

FC Deportivo Galicia
In: Hamza Miezou

Godalming Town
In: Thomas Cowan
In: Roberto Dos Santos Saraiva
In: Jahmal Ramsey
In: Sam Taylor
Out: Dylan Bonner
Out: Darren Wheeler

Jersey Bulls
In: Paul McCafferty

Sandhurst Town
In: Muhammed Davies
In: Steven Lee

In: Luke Fenlon (signed from Sutton Common Rovers)

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