Saturday's Transfer List

2 years ago By David Watters

Confirmed player movements registered with the Ryman League from Sunday 31 January to 11am on Saturday 6 February 2016.

Billy Barr from Billericay Town to AFC Hornchurch
Henry Burnett from East Grinstead Town to Aveley
Callum Chafer from AFC Hornchurch to Redbridge
Thomas Cummings from Thurrock to Wingate & Finchley
Greg Cundle from East Grinstead Town to Tilbury
Jack Edwards from Billericay Town to Aveley
Ainsley Everett from Thamesmead Town to Peacehaven & Telscombe
Jose Figura from Thamesmead Town to VCD Athletic
Leon Fisher from Harlow Town to Wingate & Finchley
James Fraser from Lewes to Burgess Hill Town
Ricky Freeman from Phoenix Sports to AFC Hornchurch
Niklas Freund from Harlow Town to Redbridge
Damien Green from Heybridge Swifts to Witham Town
Thomas Hadler from VCD Athletic to Grays Athletic
Sam Long from VCD Athletic to Phoenix Sports
Andres Losada Tobon from East Grinstead Town to Aveley
Billy Marshall from Carshalton Athletic to Chipstead
Jamie Mascoll from Phoenix Sports to Cray Wanderers
Kris Newby from Great Wakering Rovers to East Thurrock United
Tinashe Nkoma from Walton & Hersham to Tooting & Mitcham United
Keith Orenuga from Billericay Town to Chatham Town
Luciano Osbourne from Merstham to Enfield Town
Leon Smith from Aveley to Barkingside
Matt Somner from Walton Casuals to Walton & Hersham
Joey Taylor from Leatherhead to East Grinstead Town
Charles Ten-Grotenhuis from Hampton & Richmond Borough to Carshalton Athletic
Callum Wraight from Whitstable Town to Folkestone Invicta
Stuart Zanone from Cheshunt to Witham Town

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