Alex Dyer signs contract to stay at Stones

Stone’s dynamic midfielder Alex Dyer, 21, has signed a contract to keep him at the Stones despite interest from a number of professional clubs this summer. He played internationally and was capped by Montserrat a few weeks ago.

Dyer had an excellent campaign last season following his release from Northampton Town just over a year ago and has again looked in very good form this close season, linking up well with new striker Richard Jolly.

Wealdstone Manager Gordon Bartlett said: ‘I am delighted that Alex has committed himself to us after lots of interest from professional clubs. He is a young midfield player with an excellent footballing brain,with vision and a range of passing to match. He could well be another to go on to bigger and better things and we want to help him fulfill his ambition to become a full time player’

In a week when other key players have signed for the Stones, Bartlett went on to say: ‘This good news follows the re-signing of the majority of last seasons squad and the recent additions of Scott McCubbin, Jake Parsons,Kieron Knight and David Hicks. We are gradually putting the pieces of the jigsaw together this close season and I am pleased with progress so far’