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New Trio For Haringey

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Bostik League North club Haringey Borough snapped up Junior Appiah and Marvin Hamilton-Omole from Ware and Bradley Sach from Boreham Wood in time for all to start in Saturday`s disappointing 3-0 defeat at Soham Town Rangers.

Appiah made forty-one appearances for Ware after making his debut at Cheshunt in last season’s Boxing Day derby.

He came to Ware at the very end of 2016 and started in the midfield role which he had occupied in games against them for a number Essex sides, including Aveley, Billericay Town, Harlow Town and Thurrock, but Ware turned him into a full-back, a position he came to really excel at.

Defender Hamilton-Omole was also briefly with Appiah at Ware.

The 29-year-old came through the ranks at Gillingham and had a loan spell with Folkestone Invicta whilst on the Gills books.

After being released from the Priestfield Stadium in 2008 he signed for Dover Athletic.

After three years at Crabble, he moved to Cyprus for a spell with APEP Pitsilia.

Returning to England in February 2012, he signed for Vanarama National League South side Eastbourne Borough.

He spent four years at Priory Lane before switching to league rivals Whitehawk in the summer of 2016, signing for Ware last summer.

Joining on loan from National League side Boreham Wood is 17-year-old academy forward Bradley Sach.

Sach was rewarded with a first-team squad number in January 2017 following an impressive string of performances in Wood’s under 18, 19 and reserve side.

He was an instrumental part of the under-18’s side who made the second round of the FA Youth Cup in 2016 – a run which included an underdog victory over Football League opponents Northampton Town in the first round.

He is no stranger to the Bostik North, however, having had recent loan spells with Potters Bar Town and, more recently, Grays Athletic.

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