Ramos joins Millers
Luciano Ramos has completed a move this week from Division One club, New Milton Town, to Premier Division side, Totton & Eling. Ramos had two spells at New Milton Town, and in between that was a stint at Brockenhurst.
Perrett joins Amesbury
Experienced Eddie Perrett has joined Division One side, Amesbury Town, this week from fellow Division One club, Andover Town. Perrett has spent many seasons with Laverstock & Ford and also lists Bemerton Heath Harlequins as a former club.
O'Donnell joins Town
Nick O'Donnell has joined Lymington Town this week. O'Donnell joins Town from Romsey Town, for whom he had joined earlier this season. Before moving to Romsey, O'Donnell previously played for Folland Sports, Brockenhurst and also Fareham Town.
Double capture for Sports
Stuart McCarthy is new into Cowes Sports this week. He is joined at the club by George Turner, who is also a new arrival this week.
New signings for Downton
Craig Lewis has returned to Downton this week, from Division One side, Amesbury Town. Lewis was at Downton between 2011 and 2013 before he switched to Amesbury Town. Before his first spell at Wick Lane, Lewis also lists Shaftesbury, Bemerton Heath Harlequins and Laverstock & Ford amongst his former sides.
Former Hamble Club player, Andrew Longland, has this week also joined Downton.
Hubbard becomes latest Hammer
Micky Hubbard, experienced former Poole Town, has signed for Graham Kemp's evolving Hamworthy United side. Hubbard had been playing for Blackfield & Langley in the Premier Division earlier this season following his switch from Calor Gas South & West Division One side, Wimborne Town. Hubbard spent several seasons with Poole Town before he arrived at the Magpies.
Goodman returns to Ringwood
Russell Goodman has this week once again re-signed for Division One side, Ringwood Town. Goodman was at the club between 2010 and 2012 and has now returned for the remainder of this season.
Elliott joins Watersiders
Chris Elliott has this week signed for Blackfield and Langley from Division One Isle-of-Wight side, East Cowes Vics. Elliott was in his second season at Vics before he moved to Gang Warily and prior to that, he was in the Premier Division on the Island, with Newport IOW.
Coker joins Amesbury
Harvey Coker has left Premier Division side, Downton, to join fellow Wiltshire, Division One outfit, Amesbury Town. Harvey Coker, brother of Callum Coker, who has also moved back to Amesbury Town already this season from Petersfield Town, had been at Downton since 2011 and prior to that he was at another Wiltshire side, fellow Premier Division club, Bemerton Heath Harlequins.
Bassiriki moves to Poppies
Diane Bassiriki has signed for Kenny Vaughan's Bournemouth Poppies from Hamworthy United, where he finished last season. Bassiriki was previously at Poole Town before he switched to Hamworthy United. Sam Pekun is also new into Victoria Park this week, moving to Poppies following two seasons also at Hamworthy United.
New Vics Players
Brendan Arnold, a previous Cowes Sports player during the 2010-11 season, has moved to Sports' local rivals, East Cowes Vics, this week. Cory Neville, who played for Vics between 2008 and 2011, has returned to the club. Blake Reeves is another returning player, who was last at Beatrice Avenue during the 2008-09 season. Emmanuel Shittu is a new signing into East Cowes Vics this week, as is Harley Turner.
Two new Boatmen
Dave Diaper has strengthened his Sholing squad this week with the double capture of both Samuel Olaofe and Jerome Ntumba.
Iddles joins Rivals
Alexander Iddles has signed for Division One side, Stockbridge. Iddles has had a spell away from the Sydenhams Football League, however, his last club within the league was Stockbridge's rivals, Andover New Street, during the 2009-10 season.
Frewin switches to Linnets
Jordan Frewin has this week signed for Callum Brooks' New Milton Town. Frewin joins the club following spells at both Christchurch and Ringwood Town last season. Frewin also lists Team Solent as a former club. Tom Rees is another new face in at Fawcetts Field.
Double signing for Spurs
Ben Clisby has signed for Sam Knowles' Fleet Spurs this week. Clisby was at Spurs between 2009 and 2011 and has now returned to the club for a second spell. Jordan Gibbs is a new face to join the Kennels Lane club this week as well.
Ambrozy returns to Laverstock
David Ambrozy has this week re-signed for Division One side, Laverstock & Ford. Ambrozy was last registered at the Dell during the 2012-13 season. Sheldon Weinman is a new player to arrive at the Wiltshire club this week too.
Gilbert joins Services
Former Alton Town player, Harry Gilbert, has this week signed for Division One side, United Services Portsmouth.
Edgar joins Lymington
Liam Edgar has this week switched across Hampshire and made the short move from Division One side, Ringwood Town, to Premier Division outfit, Lymington Town. Edgar had been at Long Lane since he switched their during last season from Romsey Town and he has also previously played for Laverstock & Ford, and prior to that, Totton & Eling. Marc Harnett is also another new signing at Lymington Town this week, who joins the club from fellow Premier Division side, Totton & Eling. Before moving to the Millers, Harnett was at Folland Sports since 2009, although he did have a brief stint at Romsey Town during the 2010-11 campaign.
Lee Cogan has re-signed for Stockbridge for a second season in a row. This is the third season that Cogan has been registered at the Recreation Ground, and before his first spell at the club, Cogan has previously played for Division One neighbours, Andover New Street. Sean Graydon and Paul Barker have both also registered with Stockbridge this week, as has Tom Mulcahy and former Bemerton Heath Harlequins player, Michael Northeast.
Rowe joins Hammers
Former AFC Bournemouth youngster, James Rowe, has signed for Graham Kemp's Hamworthy United side. Rowe started out as a midfielder in his time at Dean Court and then went on to play for Dorchester Town, Bashley, Poole Town, Bemerton Heath Harlequins, Lymington Town and Winchester City and has now joined the Hammers following a short spell out of the league so far this season.
Dan Ackerman has returned to Hamworthy United this week following several years away from the club. Before his first spell at the County Ground, Ackerman had also previously played for Wimborne Town and Poole Town, but he now re-signs for Graham Kemp's side for a second time.
Tanner moves on
Callum Tanner has this week signed for Premier Division side, Fawley AFC. Tanner last played for Alresford Town in the Premier Division last season and before that, he has had spells with Blackfield & Langley, New Milton Town and Romsey Town.
Pickett signs for Brock
Pat McManus has captured the signing of Zac Pickett this week. Pickett spent last season at Division One side, Stockbridge, and prior to that, he played for Romsey Town and Eastleigh Reserves. Michael Thomas is another new addition at Grigg Lane, a former Team Solent player.
North joins Humbugs
Shane North has joined Hayling United having spent last season at Premier Division neighbours, Moneyfields. North has also previously played for Petersfield Town and US Portsmouth in Division One. Thomas Boyle, a former Moneyfields player, has also re-joined Hayling United, for his second spell at the club.
Bray returns to Watersiders
Goalkeeper Jamie Bray has re-signed for Blackfield & Langley from Premier Division rivals, Bournemouth Poppies. Bray was at Gang Warily between 2010 and 2012 and has also played for East Cowes Vics, Newport (IOW) and Winchester City aside from most recently, Bournemouth Poppies.
Another player returning to Gang Warily is Dave Ewen. Ewen has previously played for Brockenhurst and Hamworthy United before his first spell at Gang Warily and he has now returned to the Watersiders for a second spell.
Another new signing for Blackfield & Langley this week is prolific front man, Jack Satterley. Satterley was at Hamworthy United between 2010 and the end of the 2011-12 season, when he joined Verwood Town. Satterley had a prolific spell at Verwood Town, so much so, that he moved on to sign for Bashley, in the Southern Premier Division, earlier this season, but he has now moved to sign for Kevin Gibbens' Blackfield and Langley side.
Gibbens has completed a busy signing by bringing Max Crow back to the club from Bournemouth Poppies. Crow also started life as a Hammer between 2009 and 2011 when he first joined Poppies. After a season at Victoria Park, he moved to Gang Warily before returning to the Vic in the summer, and he has now once again joined Blackfield & Langley.
Thomson signs for AFC Portchester
AFC Portchester have pulled off a transfer coup, completing the signing of ex-Southampton winger, Jake Thomson. AFC Portchester's Coach, Louis Bell, was Thomson's coach when he played for Portsmouth Schools side, that won the Under 15 Inter Association Trophy in 2004. Thomson started his professional career at Southampton, before loan spells at AFC Bournemouth and Torquay United. Thomson then joined Exeter City in 2010 and subsequently had loan spells at Cheltenham Town and Kettering Town before he joined Forest Green Rovers in 2011. Following a season at Forest Green, Thomson signed for Newport County at the beginning of the 2012-13 season. A further loan spell at Lincoln City followed before Thomson signed for Salisbury City this summer and he has now joined Premier Division side, AFC Portchester.
Following the abandonment of their FA Vase Third Round tie both Moneyfields and Bitton have been expelled from the competition giving Hadleigh United a bye in the Fourth Round.
Sadly a Club has reported two recent instances where the opposition have departed straight after the completion of a match without partaking of the after match refreshments or showing the courtesy of advising their hosts. Can we ask yet again that if you do not wish to stay for the refreshments you show the common courtesy of advising your opponents in advance.
Tennant returns to Tadley
James Tennant, who had played for Tadley Calleva between 2011 and 2013, has returned to Barlows Park. Tennant signed for Premier Division side, Whitchurch United, earlier this season, but has now returned to the Division One side.
Kittle signs for Linnets
Experienced forward, Joe Kittle, has joined Division One side, New Milton Town. Kittle had previously signed for Verwood Town earlier this season, but has now opted to sign for Callum Brooks' side. Kittle has previously played for Christchurch, Brockenhurst and also Bournemouth Poppies.
Egerton moves on
David Egerton, who signed for Stockbridge earlier this season, has moved on to sign for Premier Division outfit, Totton & Eling. Egerton turned out for New Milton Town last season in the Premier Division and has also previously played for Hythe & Dibden during the 2008-09 season.
Constable joins Potters
Timothy Constable has joined Adi Arnold's Verwood Town after a six-year exile from the Sydenhams Football League. Constable was previously registered for Hamworthy United during the 2008-09 campaign. Mark Dancer is also new at Verwood Town having previously played for both Christchurch and and also Hamworthy United several years ago. Tyler Rutter is another new face at Potterne Park this week too.
Stockbridge continue re-building
Stockbridge have continued recruiting new faces this week. A returning face, however, is Aaron Black, who returns to the club having played their between 2010 and 2012. Alex Burnfield is new to the Recreation Ground this week, as is Manraj Gill. Ben Howard joins the club having previously had a spell at Andover New Street in Division One during the 2008-09 season. Mitchell Travers is also a new recruit for the Division One club.
Howes returns to Town
Nick Howes has re-signed for Ringwood Town following several seasons away from the club. During his time away from Town, Howes has played for Team Solent and also New Milton Town, but he is now back at the Canotec Stadium. Franklin Benjamin has also signed for Ringwood this week.
New signings for City
Daniel Bapty has signed for Winchester City from Division One side, Stockbridge. Bapty has also previously played for Laverstock & Ford, Christchurch, Hythe & Dibden and also Alresford Town. Cassius Newton is another new signing for Winchester City, although he is re-joining the club having previously been registered at the Denplan City Ground during the 2011-12 season.
Tayler moves to Creeksiders
Nicholas Tayler has this week completed a move to Premier Division side, Fareham Town, from Petersfield Town. Tayler makes the short journey across Hampshire having also been registered with Hamworthy United this season. Tayler had been registered with Petersfield since 2009, but during that time, has also had spells at Alton Town, Hayling United and also Horndean.
Cuthbertson moves to Sholing
Former Eastleigh defender Terry (TJ McClory) Cuthbertson, has signed for Dave Diaper's Sholing. Cuthbertson had registered with Blackfield & Langley last season, having joined the Watersiders following a spell at Winchester City, during which time he forged a successful defensive partnership with Leigh Mills. Before moving to the Denplan City Ground, Cuthbertson was a youngster at Eastleigh, but he has now moved to Sholing, to team up with former Winchester City players, Pete Castle, Kevin Brewster, Nick Watts and James Taylor.
Craven joins Town
Jamie Craven has joined Lymington Town from fellow Premier Division side, Romsey Town. Craven was previously registered with Sholing also this season, in his second spell at Portsmouth Road, having been at Sholing before between 2009 and 2011. Mitchell Fear is another new recruit at Lymington Town, joining the club from fellow Premier Division side, Sholing.
Page switches to the Waterside
Goalkeeper Jon Page has left Division One side, Ringwood Town, and signed for Lee Burch's Hythe & Dibden. Page has also previously played for both Fawley AFC and Romsey Town in the Sydenhams Football League.
Comings and goings at New Milton Town
Ex AFC Bournemouth Goalkeeper, Shane Murphy, has left Division One side New Milton Town, and joined Conference South outfit, Dorchester Town. Murphy has also previously played for Hamworthy United and Wimborne Town in the Sydenhams Football League.
Defender, Tommy Freeman, has joined New Milton Town from Dorset Premier League side, Parley Sports.
New Chairman at Totton & Eling
Angus Steel has been appointed as the new Chairman of Premier Division side, Totton & Eling. Outgoing Chairman, Ed Holmes, will work more actively in his role as Managing Director of Miller Park Limited, the management company that was created to hold the long term lease of the club's stadium. Miller Park Limited's directors have confirmed that they are fully supportive of Totton & Eling FC. Andy Tipp will continue as Vice Chairman, whilst Charles (Chas) Wood is continuing as Club Secretary. Andrew Jenvey has resigned from his position as Treasurer, but he has confirmed he will remain as the club's accountant.
Humbugs reserves withdraw from the Wyvern League
Hayling United reserves have withdrawn from the Wyvern Football League. Chairman, Ian Gollop, confirmed this on the club's website: http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/haylingunited/news/reserves-withdrawn-1119340.html
BLACKFIELD & LANGLEY v SHOLING is OFF tonight at Gang Warily due to a waterlogged pitch.
Folland Sports docked points
The Planemakers fielded an ineligible player on November 2nd. Jamie Barron played for Danny Bowers' side whilst under suspension against Lymington Town and as a result, Folland Sports have now been deducted three points. Under new SWL rules, the result remains, but nobody receives any points from this fixture.
Double approach for Prodomo
Goalkeeper, Joe Prodomo, who has had an injury-hit season for Fawley AFC, has been subject to two 7-day approaches from Southern League side, Bashley, Prodomo's former club, and also Graham Kemp's Premier Division rivals, Hamworthy United. Prodomo has struggled with injuries this campaign, and George Passingham was signed by the Oilers from Winchester City to cover Prodomo's injury.
Burnett to switch to Sholing
Glenn Burnett, former Romsey Town, New Milton Town and Blackfield & Langley Manager, is set to join the coaching staff at Sholing. Dave Diaper has confirmed that he approached Burnett to join the coaching team, that already consists of Mick Brown, Mick Marsh, Kevin Harnett, Lee Webber and former Winchester City Player-Manager, James Taylor, as a player-coach, although Taylor has been subject to a 7-day approach from Premier Division neighbours, Folland Sports.
Sampson re-joins Islanders
Former AFC Bournemouth youngster, Scott Sampson, has re-signed for his former side, Newport (IOW). Sampson played at St. George's Park between 2010 and 2012 and he then switched to play for Blackfield & Langley, for whom he has played for since then, but he is now returning to the Island to join Steve Brougham's side.
Grace joins Linnets
Jonathan Grace has signed for Callum Brooks' New Milton Town. Grace last played in the Sydenhams Football League for Brockenhurst, during the 2011-12 season, and prior to that he also turned out for Christchurch between 2010 and 2011 and he was also at New Milton Town before that, so he has now returned to the club for his second spell.
Diavova moves across City
Aaron Diavova, who turned out for Totton & Eling in the Premier Division last season, has moved east across Southampton and signed for high-flying Sholing, managed by Dave Diaper.
Cole switches to Hammers
Jordan Cole has this week moved across Dorset and registered with Hamworthy United. Graham Kemp has captured Cole from Christchurch, where he played in the Premier Division last season, and prior to that, Cole spent several seasons at fellow Premier Division side, Bournemouth Poppies. Ben Sullivan, a former Lymington Town and Brockenhurst player, who has previously played under Manager, Michael Cuffie, has joined the Hurn Bridge club.
Finnigan moves to Whitchurch
Danny Finnigan has signed for Whitchurch United from fellow Premier Division side, Downton. Finnigan had been playing at Downton since 2011 and prior to that, he was in Division One for several seasons, playing for Wiltshire club, Amesbury Town.
Willoughby moves to Stockbridge
Ross Willoughby has registered for Division One side, Stockbridge. Willoughby has previously played for Whitchurch United in the Sydenhams Football League, during the 2010-11 season.
Hynes back at Laverstock
Liam Hynes has re-joined Laverstock & Ford for the remainder of the 2013-14 campaign. Hynes was at The Dell last season and prior to that he was at their Salisbury rivals, Bemerton Heath Harlequins, in the Premier Division.
New Years Party at Christchurch
Christchurch FC's Hurn Bridge home ground will be hosting a New Years Eve Party on 31st December 2013. There is a family disco, a buffet and a glass of champagne included in the price of £7.50 for Adults (Members) and £10 to Adult Non-Members. Children are priced at £3. Tickets are available at the clubhouse Bar or can be purchased over the phone by calling 01202 473792.
Gibbens becomes player-manager
Kevin Gibbens has become Player-Manager at Blackfield & Langley, following Glenn Burnett's departure from Gang Warily. Gibbens, who has spent the last 18 months at Gang Warily, will keep the same backroom staff that were at the club previously.
Jake Slater, a player who has been at Moneyfields since 2009, has this week opted to return to Dover Road for the remainder of this campaign.
Jamil Saleh, who had spent numerous seasons at Alresford Town, has this week signed for Town again for the remainder of the 2013-14 campaign.
Rimmer re-signs for United
John Rimmer has re-registered for Whitchurch United for another season. Rimmer had a brief spell at Andover New Street during the 2010-11 season, but otherwise has spent his Sydenhams Football League playing career at Longmeadow, and has now signed on for another campaign at the Premier Division outfit.
Richardson joins Poppies
Stephen Richardson has this week signed for Kenny Vaughan's Bournemouth Poppies side. Richardson played for Poole Town between 2008 and 2010 but has now moved to Victoria Park.
Philip Nicolaou has left Ringwood Town and made the short journey to Premier Division side, Lymington Town.
Lynch moves on
Experienced striker, Nathan Lynch, has left Blackfield & Langley, and joined fellow Premier Division side, AFC Portchester. Lynch has previously played for Winchester City, Wimborne Town and US Portsmouth as well as Blackfield & Langley before linking up with Graham Rix and Mick Jenkins at the Wicor Recreation Ground.
New faces at New Street
Tyler Lewis is new at Foxcotte Park this week. He is joined at the club by Shea Massey and Shane Reidy, who are also new faces at the club.
Gray switches to Millers
Matthew Gray, who was new into Winchester City earlier this season, has moved to fellow Premier Division side, Totton & Eling. Meanwhile, at Winchester City, their First Team Manager, Neil Hards, has this week registered himself as a player for the club.
Connet re-joins US Portsmouth
Mark Connet, formerly of Fareham Town in the 2010-11 season, has re-joined US Portsmouth for another season. Ben Edmondson is new at the Victory Stadium as well this week.
Stockbridge capture new faces
Mason Brown is one of several new faces at Division One side, Stockbridge, this week. Brown lists Folland Sports and Laverstock & Ford amongst his former sides. Johnboy Cooper and Oliver Dodson are also new to the Recreation Ground, as is Gary Lane. Long standing Stockbridge player, Allan Ralph, who had been at the club since 2008 before joining Andover New Street earlier this season, has now re-joined Stockbridge. Ben Richardson and Peter Roberts are also new at Stockbridge this week. David and Jonathan Walker have both also signed for the club this week.
New faces at East Cowes Vics
Ryan Bradley is new into Beatrice Avenue this week, and he is joined by Ellis Lomas and Robbie Shepherd.
Lloyd Birch has signed for Hayling United this week. Grant Dove has also signed for the Humbugs, from Premier Division side, Fareham Town. Dove had been at Cams Alders since 2009, although he did have a brief spell at Poole Town in 2010-11. Lee Green, a former Folland Sports player in the 2008-09 campaign, has also signed for Hayling United this week.
Amey joins Ringwood
Stuart Amey has signed for Ringwood Town this week. Amey's last club was New Milton Town, for whom he played for between 2010 and 2012 and prior to that he played for Brockenhurst.
Burnett leaves Blackfield
Glenn Burnett has stepped down from his position as First Team Manager of Blackfield & Langey. Burnett's coaching team of John McFarlane, Tom Barge, Reggie Palmer and Chris Farrell will all be remaining at Gang Warily but Burnett has cited is ambition as a reason for leaving the club. After winning the league last season, Burnett was keen to remain in a bid to see the Watersiders apply for promotion, but this has not been the case so the former Romsey and New Milton Manager has left the club.
Club of the Month - November
The November Club of the Month award for the Premier Division went to Sholing, whilst Petersfield Town won the respective award in Division One.
Congratulations to Lewis Sandoe
The League was delighted to hear that Lewis Sandoe is one of a small handful of British Referees selected to officiate at the prestigious Dallas Cup in America. This is the second time in three years that one of our Officials has been selected and is an immense credit to Lewis and the League. We wish Lewis an enjoyable and successful trip.
AFC Portchester News
I am sure you will be sorry to hear that Portchester Secretary Jason Brooker has suffered a heart attack and I am sure all our wishes go to him for a full and speedy recovery.
For the foreseeable future and until further notice all contact with the Club should be through the Chairman, Paul Kelly, whose details are in the Handbook.
Ollie Wells Injury
Many will have noticed that the Division One fixture between Ringwood Town and Hayling United on the 7th December was abandoned. This was because of an injury to Ringwood player Ollie Wells who suffered back damage and has since had an operation relating to discs in his back. All good wishes go to Ollie for a complete and speedy recovery.
Dinner Dance 2014
Please note that due to concerns over the 2014 presentation dinner clashing with the FA Cup Final on 17 May 2014, the dinner will take place on 31 May 2014. Make a note in your diaries and share details with all at your clubs, if you have attended in the past you know what an enjoyable time is had by all.
If you are attending for the first time then you expect a pleasant experience. Remember, clubs must purchase a minimum of 4 tickets, this does not mean you can't have more. Enquiries about the event should be directed to league vice chairman Nick Spencer.
Club records at Petersfield Town
Petersfield Town recorded a club record 10-1 home win against Ringwood Town on Saturday. Town's previous record victory was 8-1, which they recorded against Fleet Spurs in the Hampshire Senior Cup earlier this season. Another first for Petersfield is the club making it to the Quarter-Finals of the Hampshire Senior Cup. Town beat Brockenhurst to earn a tie away at AFC Portchester in the Quarter-Finals.
Vines re-signs for Town
Oliver Vines has signed for Amesbury Town for a third consecutive season. Prior to his spell at Bonnymead Park, Vines has previously played for Romsey Town.
Newman re-signs for Laverstock
Nicholas Newman has signed for Laverstock & Ford for a second season in a row. Newman was previously at the Dell in 2008 and has also played for Downton in the 2009-10 season.
Hardiman joins Fawley
Matthew Hardiman has signed for Fawley AFC having spent the last few seasons at Waterside neighbours, Totton & Eling. A player moving to Totton & Eling, however, is Ben Thompson, who has joined the club from Division One club, Stockbridge.
Foster moves to Lymington
Carl Foster has signed for Lymington Town from Premier Division neighbours, Christchurch. Foster has also had a spell at Division One side, Ringwood Town. James Thompson also signs for Town, having previously played for Sholing and Fareham Town also in the Premier Division. Peter Hurford has also re-signed for the club.
Chapman joins City
Daniel Chapman has signed for Winchester City from Division One neighbours, Stockbridge. Chapman has also spent several seasons with Alresford Town before he was playing in Division One with Stockbridge.
Carter moves to Hurn Bridge
Sam Carter has left Division One side, New Milton Town, and signed for Premier Division neighbours, Christchurch. Ben Field has also moved to Christchurch, signing for the club from fellow Premier Division side, Lymington Town. Alex Mackie has also joined the Premier Division side, as has Connor Way.
Burrett re-signs for Ringwood
Mark Burrett has re-joined Ringwood Town this week, signing for the club after a two-year break. Daniel Pidgley has signed for Town this week, having spent last season at Hamworthy United. Pidgley has also previously played for New Milton Town. Luke Pidgley has also signed for Ringwood this week, as has Daniel Ricketts.
New signings for Petersfield
Joseph Briggs is new at Petersfield Town this week as is Ben Buckland. Buckland has joined from Premier Division side, Horndean, but he has also played for Folland Sports and Fareham Town previously. Sean Wain is also new at Love Lane this week, joining following a long spell at Premier Division side, Moneyfields.
Arnold joins Moneys
Daley Arnold is new at Moneyfields this week. He is joined at the club by Jamie Hore, who returns to the club for another season, having now been at the Dover Road club since 2009.
Alderman joins Town
Lewis Alderman, who was at Winchester City in the Premier Division at the beginning of the season, has signed for Andover Town. Alderman joins Town from their local rivals, Andover New Street. Alderman was at Stockbridge in Division One last season before moving to City and then Foxcotte Park before now turning out for Andover Town.
Adams moves across Town
Joseph Adams has left East Cowes Vics after a long spell at Beatrice Avenue and has switched to fellow Division One side and local rivals, Cowes Sports. However, joining East Cowes Vics are Connor Allen and Declan Leach.
Richardson joins Tadley
Jon Richardson has signed for North Hampshire based, Division One side, Tadley Calleva. Richardson played for Alton Town during the 2011-12 season, and prior to that he has played at both Tadley Calleva and Whitchurch United, but has now returned to Barlows Park once more.
Kirkwood switches across Hampshire
Sam Kirkwood has left Premier Division side, Blackfield & Langley, for whom he only joined earlier this season, to join Division One outfit, New Milton Town.
Giancovich returns to Newport
Giancarlo Giancovich has re-signed for Premier Division side, Newport (IOW). Giancovich signed for East Cowes Vics in Division One earlier this season having been at Newport since 2011. Prior to joining Newport, Giancovich also previously played for Brading Town when they were in the Sydenhams Football League.
Frampton joins Bemerton
Goalkeeper, Max Frampton, has signed for Bemerton Heath Harlequins from fellow Premier Division side, Christchurch. Frampton has been at Hurn Bridge since he joined 'Church from Bournemouth Poppies in 2012.
News from Glynn Skinner, Secretary at Cowes Sports
Cowes Sports FC would like express their thanks to both Hayling United (03/12), and Pewsey Vale (28/12), also to the Match Officials for agreeing to change the kick off times of the matches in order to help us with our travel arrangements.
Cowes have also just signed Will Hunt from East Cowes Vics and Northwood St John(Island League), Will is a goalkeeper and is likely to have figured in Saturdays League game against Andover Town. He is looking to make the step up from Island League football.
A message from Shaun Coles, Fareham Town Assistant Manager
"I would like to thank all Sydenhams League clubs, players, offificals and supporters from all clubs for their messages of support and get well following the heart attack I suffered last Saturday evening.
It is of great comfort to me and my family to know that so many people are thinking of us at this time, and shows just what a great non-league family we have within the Sydenhams League.The Doctors are pleased with my early progress and in time the damage will repair but its a long and winding road back to full recovery and back on the touchlines hopefully sometime in February and I look forward to locking horns with you once again after that."
Soetan signs for Bashley
Emmanuel Soetan, who has been playing for Blackfield and Langley this season, has signed for Bashley. Soetan was previously at Banbury United and before that he had spells at AFC Totton and Team Solent. He also lists AFC Rushden & Diamonds, Old Bradwell, Buckingham Town, Olney Town and Aylesbury United amongst his former sides.
Zanin moves to Millers
Edgar Zanin has signed for Premier Division side, Totton & Eling, from neighbours from across Hampshire in Division One, New Milton Town.
Robert Lakeman has this week signed on for Laverstock & Ford for another season, having been at the club since 2008. Darren Sharpe has signed for Laverstock & Ford and Gary Shears has also re-signed for the Division One club for another season.
Hunt joins Sports
William Hunt has moved across Town, joining Cowes Sports from fellow Division One side, East Cowes Vics. Before playing for Vics at Beatrice Avenue, Hunt has previously played for Newport (IOW). A player signing for East Cowes Vics is Lyall Snow, who re-joins for a second consecutive season, listing Newport (IOW) as a former club of his. Benjamin Stagg and Bradley Thomas are both also new at Beatrice Avenue this week.
Goodger joins Badgers
Nathan Goodger, a player who was new at Romsey Town earlier on in the season, has joined another Premier Division side, Brockenhurst.
Broome signs for Town
Elliot Broome has signed for Division One side, Ringwood Town. Broome was registered with Premier Division side, Romsey Town, last season and prior to that, several seasons ago, he had a spell in the reserve team set up at Poole Town. Luke Gogan has re-signed for Ringwood following a season away from the Canotec Stadium. Ollie Wells has also re-signed for Ringwood this season too.
Britten joins Humbugs
Stephen Britten has signed for Hayling United this week. Britten has previously played for Premier Division side, Fareham Town. Caleb Johnson is another new signing at Hayling College this week, as is Jamie Medgcock.
Bradbury moves on
Liam Bradbury has left Premier Division side, Fareham Town, and moved east across Hampshire and signed for fellow Premier Division side, Horndean. Kevin Pottage also joins the Deans this week, moving east from fellow Premier Division side, AFC Portchester. Pottage has also previously played for US Portsmouth in Division One.
Bottomley signs for City
Ross Bottomley has left Premier Division side, Blackfield & Langley, and joined their league rivals, Winchester City. Bottomley has previously played for AFC Totton before he turned out for Glenn Burnett's, Blackfield and Langley. Bottomley was dismissed for City in their 2-0 victory at home to Fawley AFC on Saturday.
News from Stockbridge - Thanks to Chairman, Paul Barker
I am sure by now everyone is aware of the difficulties we have been experiencing at Stockbridge FC having been left with no management and almost no playing squad. I would firstly like to apologise to the Sydenham's Wessex League and all the Clubs and officials who have been effected by our recent inability to field a team. All at Stockbridge are working hard to rectify this situation but as I am sure you can imagine trying to raise a new squad at this time of the season is not an easy task. Barry Andrews has stepped in as an interim manager and has been working tirelessly for the last fortnight but the reality is that we still need to sign at least another 6 players.
If anyone knows of players who would like first team football and are not currently playing we would very much appreciate it if we could be put in contact with them. Stockbridge FC can be contacted either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or text message to 07917 170 452. Please leave details and we will contact you.
On a brighter note work on our new changing rooms is progressing at a rapid rate and we have had the roof trusses fitted today (see Photo's) and we are well on target for completion by the end of February.
Thank you to everyone who has already been in contact and offered support and to the Officials of the Sydenham's Wessex League who are working to help us through this difficult period.
Andrews switches to Stockbridge
Long serving Romsey Town player, Ben Andrews, has joined local Division One side, Stockbridge. Tim Brown is also a new face at the Division One side this week, whilst Andrew Burgess re-joins for another season. David Chambers is new at Stockbridge this week, whilst Luke Hoare re-joins the club, having previously played for the Division One side in the 2009-2010 season.
New faces at Tadley Calleva
Adam Alliston is new at Tadley Calleva this week. He is joined at the club by Tammy and Toluwanimi Sotonye, who both also signed for the Division One club this week.
News from Grigg Lane
Brockenhurst's pitch contractors will be back at Grigg Lane on Monday to hopefully finish repairing the pitch in time for Wednesday's Hampshire Senior Cup tie against Division One side, Petersfield Town. The final decision will be made on Monday night. The damage occurred when contractors, who were working on the floodlights, continued using a cherry picker despite it sinking into the pitch. (THANKS TO PETE LYNES).
The Millers search
Totton and Eling FC are beginning their search for applicants for two exciting positions within the club: a Chairperson and a Treasurer to be tasked with overseeing the footballing club. The restructuring of the club will begin on January 1st Treasurer Andrew Jenvey will be resigning to take up, respectively, the Managing Director and Finance Director roles at Miller Park Ltd., the management company and lease holders of Totton and Eling's Millers Park Ground. Under Holmes' guidance, Miller Park Ltd. will continue to work in their field of expertise and control the commercial side of the facility, including stadium maintenance and hire, leaving the new Chairperson and Treasurer at T&E to focus their attention fully on the footballing aspects of the club. With this in mind, applicants for both positions should have a passion for football, with plenty of relevant experience. Those who are successful would be assisted in their roles by newly appointed Vice Chairman Andy Tipp, who has spent a successful time as Director of Football, and has a vast knowledge of the day-to-day running of the club. Potential applicants should make their interest known by contacting Totton & Eling club secretary Charles Wood via email, at email@example.com.