Thamesmead Town boss Tommy Warrilow has signed Luke Coleman and Scot Kinch ahead of the new season.

Warrilow says he is delighted to complete the double deal and believes both players will bolster his squad when the season resumes.

He said: “Luke is still only 27 and has got a fantastic pedigree, while Scot epitomises everything I want in a player.

“He’s had offers from club’s in the Ryman Premier so I’m delighted he’s signed for us – he will have a big influence on and off the pitch.

“Things are really beginning to take shape now and I’m still talking to players to try and get more on board before pre-season training starts in July.”

Meanwhile, Barney Williams has left Welling United for National League side Braintree Town.

Williams was awarded the Player of the Season award at Park View Road last season and Mark Goldberg insisted he deserves an opportunity to play at the higher level.

The former Bromley boss said: “We didn’t want to stand in his way and wish him well at Braintree.”

Lastly, Ebbsfleet United have signed former York City vice-captain Dave Winfield.

The defender has become Daryl McMahon’s first summer signing as the Fleet boss looks to bolster his squad ahead of the new season.

Winfield, 28, won the Clubman of the Year trophy at York last season but rejected a new deal to return south and sign for Ebbsfleet.