ROUND-UP | News From Around The Southern League Central Premier

Hitchin Town are calling on fans to help the club through the current hardship caused by coronavirus in a partnership with Budweiser.

Fans can go online to buy a voucher for the club’s Canary Club bar which can be used when football returns – Budweiser will then double the value of the gift card and donate that money directly to the club.

New Redditch boss Wayne Spicer has added some firepower to his new side with the signing of experienced striker Kyle Perry.

Nathan Hayward has returned to Bromsgrove Sporting – the 28-year-old midfielder had previously helped the Rouslers into Step 3 and now links back up with them from Stourbridge.

Nuneaton Borough have also been very busy adding several new faces in the past week.

Leroy Lita, Alex Tomkinson, Ravi Shamsi, Conor Gudger and Claudio Dias have all been announced – goalkeeper Tony Breeden has extended his stay in what Ginnelly is calling a ‘monstrous signing.’

Meanwhile, Borough’s rivals Tamworth are urging patience from the fans. Lambs boss Gary Smith told the Tamworth Herald fans would not be disappointed when their, so far, behind-the-scenes plans are revealed.

Stourbridge have moved to add 32-year-old forward Darryl Knights to their squad after his release from National League North side AFC Telford United.

Stratford Town added former Northampton Town winger Greg Kaziboni to their squad. He joins a host of new names including Luke Fairlamb in signing for Town.

Guy Hadland took to Twitter to announced his delight at Barwell re-signing goalkeeper Max Bramley – the Canaries boss said he was “a massive part of what we are doing.”

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