Midweek transfer news!

11 months ago By Ian Townsend

There have been a number of midweek signings. Here's a selection.

As you may have noticed, yesterday Billericay Town added former Arsenal, Crawley Town and Colchester United winger Sanchez Watt to their squad, and he is expected to make his debut tonight against Maldon & Tiptree in the Velocity Trophy. And Kingstonian signed six new players over the weekend.

But there are more moves that you might just have missed!

Firstly, it has just been confirmed that Leatherhead have signed Liam Nash from Gillingham on a one month loan. If the name is familiar, it might be because he scored thirty three goals in forty matches for Maldon & Tiptree last season.

Next, the moves from Brightlingsea Regent to Aveley continue, with another three players joining former manager James Webster at Parkside. Connor Witherspoon, Freddie Gard and Robbie Rees are this months trio- Witherspoon's move involving a fee (undisclosed). Gard only joined Regent in the summer, but the other two were vital components of Webster's title winning side last season.

Regent have moved to bring in Jack Newman from Hadleigh United, and he joins new manager Tom Rothery's other signings, Sam Ashford from Witham Town and Jake Turner from AFC Sudbury. Turner's signing was more of a return home, as he was last seasons Supporters Player of the Season at the Taydal Stadium.

Worthing have loaned defender Matt Boiling to neighbours Horsham. Boiling has already made 37 first team appearances for the Mackerel Men despite being only seventeen years old, and will help to ease the Hornets injury crisis.

Finally, and just in case you missed it, Ryan Moss has signed for Harrow Borough from Hampton and Richmond Borough. Moss scored 24 goals for Kingstonian last season.

All of the internal league transfers for this week will be listed here on Saturday.

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