Toolstation Northern Counties East League Division One club Nostell Miners Welfare have bolstered their squad in recent days with five new arrivals.
Striker Liam Radford has left league rivals Armthorpe Welfare to switch to Nostell.
Radford made seventeen appearances for Welfare this season, scoring 10 goals in the process whilst in total he has scored 41 goals for Welfare in his two spells at the club.
He had a short spell with Nostell a year ago and has also served Glasshoughton Welfare and Pontefract Collieries.
Defender Dec Welford, midfielders Tom Almond and Liam Owen and goalkeeper Neal May have all checked into the Crofton Community Centre from NCEL Premier Division side Athersley Recreation.
Welford has been a stalwart for the Rec since joining from Kexbrough Chiefs, while Almond has previously played for Penistone Church.
Owen is a tall, attacking midfielder with good skills on the ball and an eye for a pass.
A real dressing room character, he has also been on the books at Ossett Town and Worsbrough Bridge.
May is a vastly experienced keeper who has played in the Northern Premier for the sadly now defunct Wakefield FC.