Newport continue to strengthen, Oatway leaves Hawks and Thurrock secure Woolley

PUBLISHED: 12:02 25 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:11 06 May 2010

DEAN Holdsworth is continuing to reshape his Newport County squad. After signing Charlie Henry earlier this week, the Exiles boss has a deal with Forest Green goalkeeper and lifelong County fan Tom Pass. Holdsworth is also chasing a striker and is hoping

DEAN Holdsworth is continuing to reshape his Newport County squad.

After signing Charlie Henry earlier this week, the Exiles boss has a deal with Forest Green goalkeeper and lifelong County fan Tom Pass.

Holdsworth is also chasing a striker and is hoping to secure the player's signature by the end of the week.

Three former TeamBath players have joined Newport on trial and will have pre-season to impress Holdsworth.

24-year-old fullback Matt Lock, striker Tom Piotrowski, and 33-year-old Ali Gibb are all trying to earn a contract at Spytty Park.

Havant & Waterlooville have revealed that assistant manager Charlie Oatway has left the club.

The former Brighton midfielder has left Westleigh Park after two years with the Hawks.

Thurrock have been boosted with the news that Joe Woolley has signed a one-year deal with the club.

The goalkeeper made 25 appearances for Fleet last season and ended the campaign as the club's first choice stopper.


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