A closer look at City's trialists

MANAGER Steve Castle gave a number of trialists a run out during City s pre-season friendly with Peterborough United last night. The Herts Advertiser takes a closer look at those trying to earn a deal with the club. Julio BARNES – central defender who pla

MANAGER Steve Castle gave a number of trialists a run out during City's pre-season friendly with Peterborough United last night. The Herts Advertiser takes a closer look at those trying to earn a deal with the club.

Julio BARNES - central defender who played for Stevenage Borough at youth level last season. Helped Stevenage win the Herts Senior Cup Final last year.

Jamie THURLBOURNE - brother of Luke, who spent last season with Newmarket Town. Played at left back in Tuesday's game but was used in midfield by Newmarket, from where he scored 11 goals.

Drew ROBERTS - 25-year-old striker who lists Histon, Aylesbury and Hemel Hempstead amongst his former clubs. Scored one goal in six appearances for Cambridge City last season.


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Darren QUINTON - midfielder who was previously with Cambridge United and Braintree, where he played alongside his uncle Bradley.

Ronnie JONES - 18-year-old former Southend defender who was a regular in the Shrimpers reserves last season. The 6ft 4in stopper joined Southend from Leyton Orient and has captained the Southend U16s side.

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Phil KANE - 21-year-old tricky winger who was previously with Edgware Town and Leyton FC.

James EDGERLEY - cultured midfielder who ended last season with Hitchin Town scoring one goal in two starts and four sub appearances.

Gazmend DAVTI - Hungarian midfielder who appeared for the Saints reserve side last season and has also turned out for Harlow Town amongst others.

Daniel CHILLINGWORTH - striker who made two sub appearances for City in 07/08 whilst on loan from Rushden & Diamonds. The 27-year-old was a former England Schoolboy but his career has been affected by injury.

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