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Lewis Wilson has returned to Stratford Town after being with Banbury United since January – the 27-year-old striker had played for Town, making over 80 appearances.

Alvechurch have snapped-up Tamworth’s young midfielder Jordan Clement for next season.

Ian Long adds the former Romulus man to his ranks with goalkeeper Jono Brown and prolific striker Aaron Lloyd also coming in.

Coalville Town snared themselves an experienced defender in former Torquay United man Chris Robertson – Rhys Hoenes also joins from Tamworth.

Another Tamworth player making the switch to a league rival is winger Chris Lait, who leaves the Lambs for a second time.

Lait joins defenders Harry Higginson and Josh Ezewele in commiting to Bromsgrove Sporting for the new season.

Peterborough Sports manager Jimmy Dean proudly announced three new signings on his Twitter account last week.

Dan Jarvis, Brad McGowan and Jordan Macleod all come in for the Turbines while club legend Avelino Vieira has announced he was leaving.

Goalkeeper Alex Tokarczyk “turned down offers from other clubs” to re-sign for Kings Langley, manager Chris Cummins said.

Tamworth have announced a raft of retained players from their title-hunting side of last season.

Captain Ryan Beswick, defensive duo Joe Magunda and Lathaniel Rowe-Turner have all signed on along with Aaron Forde, Jordan Gough, Tyrell Waite, James Fry, Tom Tonks, Bilal Yafai and young prospect Ryan Tait.

The Lambs also announced the singing of Bromsgrove Sporting’s 19-goal striker Shaquille McDonald.

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