Boreham Wood beat Whitehawk in play-off final

PUBLISHED: 09:32 11 May 2015 | UPDATED: 09:32 11 May 2015

See what’s been happening in the Vanarama Conference South this week.

Boreham Wood beat Whitehawk in the Conference South play-off final to clinch promotion. Junior Morias scored the winning goal in extra-time to seal a 2-1 win for Wood. The match report can be read on the Argus’ website.

As reported in the Maidenhead Advertiser, former Maidenhead United manager Alan Devonshire is back at the club following Johnston Hippolyte’s departure. “For me it’s the right appointment and it’s what’s needed,” said chairman Peter Griffin.

Hayes & Yeading have promoted interim manager Tristan Lewis following the club’s survival. “I want to bring in a group of players that can stay out of trouble and grow for seasons to come, not all leave and have us changing manager again. We need a bit of consistency on and off the pitch,” he told Get West London.

Hemel Hempstead Town boss Dean Brennan has rubbished rumours he has resigned. “I’ve got two years left on my contract – they have me for a few years yet,” he told Adam Hull of the Gazette.

Sutton United have signed Bath City’s Ross Stearn and Cray Wanderers’ Tom Bolarinwa. The news was announced by Twitter by Your Local Guardian. The club has re-signed defender Shaun Cooper and midfielder Michael Spillane while Dale Binns and Jamie White have been released.

Ebbsfleet United’s overhaul of the squad continued this week with the release of Luke Rooney, Mark Gower and Jamie Turner, as reported on the club’s official website.

Truro City manager Steve Tully is preparing to build a competitive squad for the Conference South following their promotion from the Southern League Premier Division. “They know what it’ll take to go up a level and I’ve got no doubt that they’ll be a success in the next league,” Tully told the BBC.


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