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All the Women’s football player registrations 20/2/2020 to 5/3/2020

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

All the Women’s football player registrations 20/2/2020 to 5/3/2020

One of the weeks biggest moves sees Lauren Broadhurst depart Ascot United for Wokingham & Emmbrook while Winchester City Flyers have signed three 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.

Southern Region Women’s Football League

New Milton Town
In: Eva Connolly
In: Lacey Hammond

Winchester City Flyers
In: Megan Goff
In: Jess Radford
In: Francesca Tyrrell

Wycombe Wanderers
In: Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins

Thames Valley Women’s Football League

Ascot United Ladies Lauren Broadhurst. Photo: @ascotladiesfc
Ascot United Ladies Lauren Broadhurst. Photo: @ascotladiesfc

Ascot United Reserves
In: Lauren Bendall
Out: Lauren Broadhurst

Caversham AFC
In: Shannon Barrett

In: Olivia Forchione

Eversley & California
In: Francesca Boekbinder

In: Amy Cowen
In: Emily Holmes

Oxford City U23
In: Francesca Day

Out: Ruth Bowerman

Wantage Town
In: Elizabeth-Anne Goddard

In: Ellie Reid

Wargrave Reserves
In: Mia Leach
In: Zoe Richardson

Wokingham & Emmbrook
In: Lauren Broadhurst
In: Charlotte Curtis

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