Bostik League Premier club Harlow Town have announced the signing of three players, while two head for new pastures.
The Hawks have signed Jack Fowler from Bostik North side Grays Athletic.
Fowler is a centre-back who has also previously played for Ware.
Unfortunately, Jack rolled his ankle in his first training session this week and is likely to face two-to-four weeks on the sidelines.
Jordan Norville-Williams and Matthew Foy have both joined on `work experience` from SkyBet League Two side Cambridge United.
Norville-Williams is a young left-back who has also featured for Evo-Stik League South East outfit Cambridge City this season.
Foy is a striker who came through the youth ranks at United before signing a professional three-year contract.
He has had loan spells at Evo-Stik League South Premier side St Neots Town and Harlow`s league rivals Lowestoft Town most recently.
Both be available for selection in today’s squad away to Worthing.
Heading in the opposite direction is defender Jey Siva, who has left the club.
Siva has found his game-time limited of late and has left in search of first-team football.
Fellow defender James Baker has also departed, having made thirty-six appearances this season.
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