Soccer Shorts: Dover Athletic boss Andy Hessenthaler signs Jordan Higgs, Alfie Pavey and Alfie Paxman while 53-goal striker Harry Taylor leaves Red Velvet to sign one-year deal at Erith Town
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BECKENHAM TOWN manager Jason Huntley has confirmed the departure of 23-goal striker Tunde Aderonmu, who has signed for Erith & Belvedere, thus missing out on the club’s maiden Isthmian League South East Division campaign.
BROMLEY manager Andy Woodman has announced that attacking midfielder Louis Dennis, 29, has signed a new contract to remain at Hayes Lane next season.
DARTFORD newly appointed manager Alan Dowson has retained Luke Allen, Tom Bonner, Cameron Brodie, Kristian Campbell, Samir Carruthers, Connor Essam and Dan Roberts.
DOVER ATHLETIC manager Andy Hessenthaler has signed former Dulwich Hamlet midfielder Jordan Higgs, 25, former Maidstone United striker Alfie Pavey, 26, and former Folkestone Invicta full-back Alfie Paxman, 24.
ERITH & BELVEDERE manager Tony Beckingham has signed former Sheppey United midfielder Luke Carey, former Holmesdale midfielder Rory Ward and Nad Nwitua and Kameiko Pope-Campbell.
ERITH TOWN manager Adam Woodward has signed 53-goal Red Velvet striker Harry Taylor on a one-year contract, having snapped him up from the Eltham based, Kent County League Premier Division champions.
FAVERSHAM TOWN newly-appointed joint-managers John Embery and Jermaine Darlington have confirmed the departure of centre-half Lewis Chambers.
FOLKESTONE INVICTA manager Neil Cugley has retained Connor Collins, Callum Davies, Ronnie Dolan, Ian Draycott, Micheal Everitt, Scott Heard, Matthew Newman, Josh Vincent and Ade Yusuff.
Cugley revealed that he has offered improved terms to keep 35-goal striker David Smith at Cheriton Road next season.
KENNINGTON manager Dan Scorer has signed Max Sutton, following a loan spell at the club last season. The Ashford-based outfit have also retained Craig Calvert, James Haylock-Ashdown, Matt Kirby, Harry Lavender, Liam Middleton, Charlie Owen, Adam Phillips and Harry Stow.
Right-back Luke Hughes, meanwhile, has announced his departure after nearly 10 years at the club.
MAIDSTONE UNITED manager Hakan Heyrettin has retained defender Jerome Binnom-Williams, 27.
Meanwhile, Bill Williams’ Testimonial match – to mark 50 years’ service at the club – will take place on Friday 8 July (19:30).
The two sides will be managed by Peter Taylor and Jay Saunders alongside Steve Watt, current managers of Tonbridge Angels and Hythe Town respectively.
SHEPPEY UNITED manager Ernie Batten has retained striker Jack Midson, 38.
SITTINGBOURNE manager Nick Davis has unveiled the signing of former Billericay Town defender Bagasan Graham, 29. Jimmy Witt, meanwhile, has been retained.
TONBRIDGE ANGELS manager Jay Saunders has unveiled the signings of former Southend United midfielder Lewis Gard, 22, and former Welling United winger Mason Saunders-Henry, 22.
TUNBRIDGE WELLS newly-appointed manager Luke Carpenter has signed former Haywards Heath Town striker Trevor McCreadie, scorer of 88 goals in 130 games for the Isthmian League South East Division club.
The Wells have also snapped up former Saltdean United full-back Matt Astle and Jack Walder, another player with a Sussex playing career.
WELLING UNITED manager Warren Feeney has announced that Academy midfielder Cameron Andrews will be a part of the first team squad next season.
Last Updated: 20:30 - 12 June 2022