Us not following up Devonshire interest, McAuley joins Eastleigh and Romans add three

HAMPTON & Richmond boss Alan Devonshire will not be taking up the vacant manager s position at Cambridge United after Us chairman George Rolls revealed he would not be taking their discussions any further. Rolls told the Us official website: We have seen

HAMPTON & Richmond boss Alan Devonshire will not be taking up the vacant manager's position at Cambridge United after Us chairman George Rolls revealed he would not be taking their discussions any further.

Rolls told the Us official website: "We have seen Alan Devonshire, and we are grateful to Hampton & Richmond for granting permission to speak to him, but unfortunately we won't be taking it further."

One person who won't be at the Beaveree next season is winger Shaun McAuley who has signed for Eastleigh. The 24-year-old had been with the Beavers since 2007 and Spitfires boss Ian Baird revealed he's been a long time admirer. Baird told the Daily Echo: "I've admired him for the last couple of years. He's always caused us problems when he's played against us. He's quick with plenty of energy."

Bath City boss Adie Britton has been busy this week adding three players to his squad. Goalkeeper Will Puddy has joined the Romans on a three-month loan deal from Cheltenham Town while youngsters Jamie Taylor and Ashley Caldwell will sign deals with the club after impressing whilst on trial.