Woking sign four, BSS clubs raided by Sutton United and Ruggles re-signs at Camrose

PUBLISHED: 10:29 03 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:07 06 May 2010

THERE is better news for Woking today with the announcement of four new arrivals at Kingfield. The club s official website has revealed that Harry Arter and Aswad Thomas have both joined The Cards from League One side Charlton Athletic along with Tony Sin

THERE is better news for Woking today with the announcement of four new arrivals at Kingfield. The club's official website has revealed that Harry Arter and Aswad Thomas have both joined The Cards from League One side Charlton Athletic along with Tony Sinclair and ex-Kingfield favourite Jon Boardman who join from Welling United and Dagenham respectively. This will go some way to soften the blow of several key players leaving the club in the last week.

Ryman Premier Division side Sutton United have been raiding Blue Square South clubs as they look to gain promotion back into Non-league football's second tier. Havant & Waterlooville goalkeeper Kevin Scriven has joined the club alongside former AFC Wimbledon captain Jason Goodliffe and Welling United defender Sonny Cobbs as manager Paul Doswell reshapes his squad at Gander Green Lane.

Phil Ruggles has signed a new one-year deal with Basingstoke Town and manager Frank Gray is tipping his striker to score even more goals next season. Ruggles netted seven goals last season but Gray told the Basingstoke Gazette he's expecting the target man to better that next year. Gray said: "I feel Phil (Ruggles) is a player who will certainly improve and we have not seen the best from as last season was his first at this level.


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