Richard Wilkins, manager of Bostik League Premier club Needham Market, has added two players ahead of the trip to Dulwich Hamlet today.
The Marketmen have added Adam Mills and Mikhail Hastings to their squad.
Mills signs from Bostik North neighbours AFC Sudbury where he started the season superbly, scoring 9 goals in thirteen games.
Mills joined Sudbury in the summer from Maldon & Tiptree where he was last season helping the Jammers to the play-off final before losing to Thurrock.
He previously was at Bloomfields coming through the Needham Market academy before leaving for Maldon.
Hastings is an Australian midfielder who joins the club after gaining international clearance.
He turned out for North Star and Holland Park Hawks.
Wilkins was delighted with his captures: “Adam is a player that we’ve watched several times this season and I felt he was exactly what we needed, his tenacious, quick and a constant threat, his work ethic will fit in well to our ethos and having previously been at the club I feel he will settle quickly.
“Mikhail is a very technical player and one that I felt would fit into our playing style. He will be an unknown quantity to the league and I’m excited about both signings as I feel they will both do really well for the club and should be exciting additions for the team and the supporters”.
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— Needham Market F.C. (@needhammktfc) October 6, 2017