Stones bring in three……




New Wealdstone Manager Bobby Wilkinson has moved rapidly to bolster his squad with three signings ahead of Saturday’s clash at unbeaten East Thurrock United:

Matt Day is an imposing centre-back and is brought in from Bobby’s Wilkinson’s former club Hungerford Town. The highly experienced 29-year-old began his career at Portsmouth but didn’t make the breakthrough on the south coast, leaving Fratton Park for Oxford United in 2006. At Oxford, though, Day enjoyed a successful three-year spell, making 79 League appearances before departing for a short stay at Eastleigh. Day moved on to Hungerford in 2010 and went on to establish himself as the defensive anchor in Wilkinson’s side over the past five years.


Luke Williams: Also from Hungerford Town, Williams has been described as a midfield wizard.  He made 100 appearances for Hayes & Yeading United before joining the Crusaders in 2016 and has subsequently been a hugely influential player for Hungerford. Williams is renowned for his fitness, work rate and his ability to run at players, delivering the final ball to excellent effect. The 27-year-old has also appeared for Margate FC.




Kaid Mohamed, 33, is an experienced winger who has plenty of EFL experience. He spent the early part of his career in Welsh football and came to prominence in the 2006–07 season, scoring two goals for Carmarthen in their Welsh Cup final victory. He left Carmarthen and was handed a professional contract by Swindon Town in June 2007. From Swindon he was loaned out to Torquay United, and then transferred to Forest Green Rovers. Moving to Bath City he helped the Romans to win promotion at the end of the 2009–10 season, scoring the only goal of the play-off final. He left Bath for AFC Wimbledon in March 2011, and played for the Dons in their Play-Off Final victory. He signed with Cheltenham Town in June 2011, and played in two unsuccessful League Two play-off campaigns before transferring to Port Vale in June 2013. Mohamed then had several  loan spells in the EFL including Bristol Rovers in January 2014, before moving to Stones league rivals Weston-super-Mare.

We welcome all three players to Wealdstone.