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All the Women's football player registrations 4/12/2019 to 11/12/2019

Steve Gabb rounds up all the player transfers and dual registrations

All the Women's football player registrations 4/12/2019 to 11/12/2019

Wycombe Wanderers have been the busiest side across the women’s leagues with three new names on their squad list including Alice Povey from Woodley United.

Meanwhile Newbury have added Rebecca Chitolie and S4K have signed Isabel Clayton.

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

New Milton Town
In: Jess Gill

In: Rebecca Chitolie

Southampton Reserves
In: Lucy Mear

Warsash Wasps
In: Libby Wilson

Winchester City Flyers
In: Mercedes Akpobire

Woodley United
Out: Alicia Povey

Wycombe Wanderers
In: Isabel Hughes
In: Bobby Lynch
In: Alicia Povey

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League

AFC Crowthorne
In: Victoria Violet Armstrong

Buckingham AThletic
In: Sophie Ruffles

In: Joely Curle

City Belles
In: Leigh-Anne McCormick

Penn & Tylers Green
In: Madita Richter
In: Scarlett Weir

In: Isabel Clayton

Stonesfield & Chadlington
In: Florence Overton-Eccles

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