East Midlands Counties League
Published 10th November 2011
Rawden has brought back flying winger Ryan Bowen for his third spell at Radford.
Bowen, who has been with Dunkirk of the Baker Joiner Midland Alliance, adds a further option and is another quality addition to the squad.
Rawden pulled off a further coup by adding striker Anthony Rowley to the fast-improving Radford squad.
"Rolo is a lad I have been tracking for a while,” Rawden said. “And once fully fit we will have a job keeping him as he is the type of player all teams want, with bags of pace. He will create a good attacking option for me."
Rowley completed his move to Radford from Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division South neighbours Rainworth Miners Welfare.
The third arrivals is that of Harry Simpson, who has completed his transfer from Windsor Food Services Central Midlands League Black Dragon South Division outfit Calverton Miners Welfare.
Simpson is a highly-regarded former Nottingham Forest youth player.