Football in Berkshire
Transfer News

All the Combined Counties League player registrations 28/2/2020 to 5/3/2020

All the player transfers and dual registrations from the last seven days

All the Combined Counties League player registrations 28/2/2020 to 5/3/2020

Eversley & California have signed Cameron Blackie from Sandhurst Town.

Elsewhere Guidford City have signed four players while Chessington & Hook in Division One have brought in six new faces.

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

Badshot Lea
Out: Ethan Holland

Guildford City
In: Leon Dadey
In: Alfie Huckle
In: Coran Inboli
In: Olalekan Osideko
Out: Ryan Dacres-Smith

Hanworth Villa
In: Julian Hornby

In: Nathaniel Adjei
Out: Olalekan Osideko

In: Jonathan Efedje

In: Liam Lock

Spelthorne Sports
Out: Ben Mash

Sutton Common Rovers
In: Ryan Dacres-Smith
Out: Leon Dadey

Division One

Cameron Blackie. Photo: Richard Milam.

AFC Hayes
In: Dean McDonnell
In: Leius Sinclair

Ash United
Out: Ethan Dixon (departed for Bagshot)

In: Tyrone Cox
In: Ethan Dixon (signed from Ash United)
Out: Thomas Marshall
Out: Dexter Skipp

Chessington and Hook
In: Hasnat Ahmad
In: Thomas Cheriton
In: Ramelle La Blanc
In: Oluwatamilore Ogunnowo
In: Julien Saka
In: Devon Williams

In: Deane Sumbler

Dorking Wanderers Reserves
In: Joshua Barnett
In: Harry Wickens

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

Fleet Spurs
In: Harry Birchnall

Godalming Town
In: Thomas Marshall
In: Dexter Skipp
Out: Deane Sumbler

Jersey Bulls
In: Terry Bennion
In: Samuel Luce

Kensington and Ealing Borough
In: Ouday Abuzeid
In: Anas Lamti

Sandhurst Town
Out: Cameron Blackie (departed for Eversley & California)

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