Following the signing last week of five new players for the 2017/18 season, Danny Talbot and Jon Meakes, managers of Evo-Stik League Premier club Chesham United, have announced the signing of forward Lewis Toomey and full-back Zack Reynolds.
Toomey is a forward with plenty of pace and a natural eye for goal.
He signs from league rivals Kings Langley where he spent last season after returning from travelling.
Toomey started his career with Kings Langley before signing for Hemel Hempstead Town after two highly prolific seasons. Since then, he has played for St Albans City, Boreham Wood and Hitchin Town before returning to Hemel in the summer of 2013, where he helped the Tudors pip Chesham to the Southern Premier title.
Reynolds is 23 and joins the Generals from another league rival, Dunstable Town.
Originally with Crawley Town, he joined Aylesbury United in August 2012 after being released by the Reds.
Always capable of a game-changing moment, he began attracting the attentions of higher level clubs with some superb form at the start of the 2014/15 season, most notably a hat-trick against Egham Town, and eventually moved on to Conference (National League) South side Hemel Hempstead Town.
Remaining registered with Aylesbury, he added one or two more appearances to his tally, then having a brief spell with Hampton & Richmond Borough before transferring to Arlesey Town and then Dunstable in 2015.
Pleased to announce I have signed for @cheshamutdfc can't wait to get started ⚽️🙏🏻
— Zack Reynolds (@ZSReynolds) 17 June 2017
The signing of Toomey and Reynolds follows the last week’s announced signings of central defenders Adam Pepera and Darren Locke midfielder Dan Green and forwards Shane Bush and Victor Osobu.