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All the Women’s football player registrations 24/10/2019 to 31/10/2019

Steve Gabb rounds up all the latest transfers and dual registrations

All the Women’s football player registrations 24/10/2019 to 31/10/2019

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League sides Bessingby Park Rangers and Thatcham Flames have been the busiest sides this week signing three each.

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.


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Southern Region Women’s Football League

Abingdon United
In: Happy Wright

Bournemouth Sports
In: Holly Sandiford

New Milton Town
Out: Holly Sandiford

Oxford City
In: Stephaney Bent
In: Georgia Hayes

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League

Bessingby Park Rangers
In: Coral Gilbert
In: Susan Temienor
In: Jemma Young
Out: Zoe O’ Connor

Buckingham AThletic
In: Gemma Margetts

City Belles
In: Anneka Nuttall

In: Gemma Cope

In: Sally White-Hall

Mole Valley Development
In: Kerry Knott

Stonesfield & Chadlington
In: Alice Powell

Thatcham Flames
In: Francesca Jobson
In: Amelia Lemin
In: Millie Quaintance

Wantage Town
In: Emma Skinner

In: Ferne Bristow

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