End-of-season shake-up well under way at Ryman League North Dereham Town

Luke Tuttle has committed his immediate future to Dereham Town. Picture: IAN BURT

Luke Tuttle has committed his immediate future to Dereham Town. Picture: IAN BURT - Credit: IAN BURT

Boss Matt Henman is continuing his preparations as Dereham Town's squad continues to take shape ahead of next season.

The Magpies have been busy this summer with Ryan Hawkins' departure helping to pave the way for the introductions of Ryan Crisp, Dawid Radomski and Dion Frary. But Henman has also been deciding the future of a host of other players as he gears up for a third Ryman North campaign.

A club statement said: 'The club is happy to announce that Sam Borrer, Matt Howard and Lewis Sturman have re-signed for the 2015/16 season.'

The same news applied for Aaron Kay, Harry Barker, Olly Willis, Andy Wilton, Dan Morphew and Luke Tuttle. But this summer has proved to be the end of the road for some of their team-mates.

The statement continued: 'After seven years of excellent service Adam Smith has decided to move on. We thank him and wish him well for the future.'


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Liam Wales, Kyle Downes and Ross Bailey are also departing Aldiss Park.

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