The 19-year old goalkeeper joined the Stones on loan from Nottingham Forest in April 2021 having just signed a professional contract with the EFL Championship side. He spent time out loan at Truro City last season, making two appearances before their season was curtailed.
Askew is an up and coming keeper that joined the Stones in May 2020 following his release from Chelsea’s Academy. A Ruislip native, the keeper grew up just a stones-throw from Wealdstone’s Grosvenor Vale stadium.
Double title-winning captain Okimo plays a key role in the Stones defence in which he successfully marshalled Wealdstone to 17 clean sheets last season, as well as scoring two goals. During two spells at the club, he has accumulated over 100 appearances while at Grosvenor Vale.
Central defender Stevens is in his third season at Wealdstone. He had an excellent debut season, in which he was named Players’ Player of the Year, where the former Watford U23 player helped the Stones to secure 17 clean sheets, while tallying five goals. He also earned a call-up by Paul Fairclough to represent England C in June 2019.
Versatile workhorse Efete is able to play anywhere across the back-line and inject pace and attacking prowess to the Stones defence. Efete signed from Billericay Town in July 2019 having previously played for Norwich City, Torquay United on loan and Maidstone United.
A commanding centre back, 28-year old Cawley started his career as a left back. He joined the Stones in the summer of 2020 from National League South side Concord Rangers and he has also played for Maldon & Tiptree and Heybridge Swifts.
After two impressive years with the Maidstone United from 2014 to 2016, Wishart joined Forest Green Rovers and played a key part in their promotion-winning season to the EFL which culminated in a play-off final victory against Tranmere Rovers. Dan then went on to make 39 appearances in the 2017/18 season as Forest Green successfully retained their Football League status before returning to Sutton in 2018 for an undisclosed fee. A local lad, Wishart joined the Stones this summer after another successful spell at Maidstone in the 2019/20 season.
Nottingham Forest U23 captain Harbottle joined the Stones on a one-month loan deal in March 2021. He has been at Forest from Foundation age but is yet to make a senior appearance, with his Wealdstone loan move his first foray into professional football. A solid, ball-playing defender that can play anywhere across the back line.
The 22-year old defender joined the Stones in March 2021 from Crystal Palace. He didn’t make a first team appearance for the Eagles but made the bench several times in the Premier League and EFL Cup. Tavares has represented Croatia at U20 level and has also represented Brentford, Middlesbrough, Brighton & Hove Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers at youth level.
Olowu joined the Stones on loan from Arsenal for the remainder of the season in February 2021. The Nigerian defender played for the Gunners in both legs of their 2018 FA Youth Cup Final defeat to Chelsea and spent 2020 out on loan at League of Ireland Premier side Cork City, where he made 15 appearances, scoring once.
Meekings joined the club at the start of 2021 after 10 months out of the game. The Suffolk-born defender is a product of Ipswich Town’s academy but made his professional debut with Inverness Caledonian Thistle in 2011. He spent six years at Caley where he made a total of 192 appearances and played a key role in their 2015 Scottish Cup winning side, he also played in the Europa League for them the season after. He joined Dundee following Inverness’ relegation from the SPFL in 2017 where he captained the side, but he turned down a new offer in June 2020 to move back down to England.
Fielding joined the Stones following his release from EFL League Two side Stevenage in April 2021. He began his career in non-league with Hastings United, making his debut aged 18. His performances on the Sussex coast earned him a move to Stevenage in 2019 where he made a total of six appearances and spent time out on loan at National League South sides St Albans City and Braintree Town.
Langston joined the Stones on loan from SkyBet Championship club Watford in February 2021. The defender is captain of the Hornets Academy side and signed professional with the club in 2019, he has made a number of appearances for their U23 side and trains regularly with their first team.
A product of the Wealdstone youth system, 16-year old protégé Hearn was included in the matchday squad when the Stones beat Eastleigh 4-3 in the FA Trophy 3rd Round in December 2020.
Currently the Stones longest-serving player, amassing over 150 appearances for the club. Throughout last season, Green put in some creative and influential performances, as well as scoring seven goals; helping Wealdstone to their highest finish in the English pyramid in 31 years.
Exciting winger Mendy signed for the Stones in June 2019 from Carshalton Athletic. Mendy helped the Robins to second place last season and contributed to a strong FA Trophy run, forcing a Round of 16 replay with National League Barnet. Atletico Madrid also had Mendy on their books when he was a youth player.
Box-to-box midfielder Charles signed at The Vale in October 2019. The 20-year-old spent over a decade in the Watford academy before joining Barnet on loan during the 2018-19 season; Charles was released by the Hornets at the end of last season. Currently out on loan at Concord Rangers.
Creative midfielder Smith returned to the Stones from Billericay Town, having previously played for Wealdstone during a loan spell from Watford in the 2011/2012 season. A former Irish U21 international, he brings a wealth of Football League experience, with spells at Gillingham, Stevenage, AFC Wimbledon, Plymouth Argyle and Yeovil Town.
Versatile midfielder Phillips joined the Stones in July 2019. The 21-year-old started his career at Crystal Palace where he excelled at academy level but did not make a senior appearance for the Eagles. His first season in adult football was 2018/19 with National League side Maidstone United, where he was voted Player of the Season.
Midfield prospect joined the Stones on loan from SkyBet Championship side Watford in April 2021, where the 18-year old scored just minutes into his debut against Hartlepool United. He has also represented Scotland at Under-19 level.
Dyer rejoined the Stones this summer after scoring 32 goals in 117 appearances for the club between 2010 and 2013. He began his career at Northampton Town before his impressive performances at Wealdstone earned him a move to National League side Welling United. From there he featured heavily in Scandinavian football, becoming a key player for Ostersunds under Graham Potter’s leadership. He then moved to Allsvenskan rivals Elfsborg before short spells in Norway at Lillestrom and in Kuwait at Al Tadhamon. He has 13 caps for the Montserrat national team.
Physical centre forward Lafayette returns to Wealdstone from Billericay Town, having previously played for the Stones in 2009. He has notably gained experience in League Two with Luton Town as well as an array of National League sides. He was a key figure up front for the Stones in their 2019/20 National League South winning season.
Versatile player Lewis joins the Stones after being released by National League outfit, Bromley. A product of the Watford Academy, he earned a professional contract with the Hornets in 2015. Lewis has also played for Falkirk, and has been on loan at Crawley Town and Woking.
Emmanuel began his career at Croydon Athletic, where his prolific goal scoring record earned him a move to Brentford. He spent time out on loan at Welling United and Woking, earning a permanent move to the latter. From there he played at Eastleigh, Dover Athletic, Canvey Island, Bromley, Sutton United and Maidenhead United before teaming up with Dean Brennan at Billericay Town, scoring 30 goals in 63 games for the Essex side. He had a brief spell back at Welling in 2019 before joining the Stones in January 2020.
Parish joined the Stones from Maldon & Tiptree along with Charlee Hughes and teaming up with former Jammers strike partner Jorome Slew, netting 30 goals before the 2019/20 Isthmian season was declared null and void. He began at Brentford before also playing at Concord Rangers, Thamesmead Town and Ashford United. He netted a hat-trick on his full Stones debut away to King’s Lynn Town.
Towering forward Hughes joined the Stones in the summer of 2020 along with former Maldon & Tiptree team-mate Danny Parish, he was a key figure in the Jammers 2019/20 FA Cup run, that saw them dispath EFL side Leyton Orient. He netted 20 goals for Brentwood Town in the season previous and has spent time out on loan at Concord Rangers this season.
Slew returned to the Stones for a second spell this summer after a brief period at the club in 2018, where he most notably scored a last-minute winner at East Thurrock United. He began his career at Sheffield United and has also played at North Ferriby United and Chester. His eye-catching appearances for Maldon & Tiptree saw him score over 30 goals in the 2019/20 season, including a brilliant solo effort against Leyton Orient.
Gondoh joined the Stones from Isthmian League side Whyteleafe in March 2021, having also been dual registered with National League South side Hampton & Richmond Borough this season after the Isthmian League schedule was curtailed by COVID-19. He began his career with Carshalton Athletic, where he has spent three different stays there. His form whilst at Maldon & Tiptree earned him a move to EFL League Two side Colchester United where he made a total of eight appearances and has also played for Barnet and FC Halifax Town at National League level.
Local lad who is a product of the Wealdstone youth system. Featured a number of times for the Stones in pre-season and made the first team squad for the first time in April 2021 when the Stones hosted Maidenhead United.
Wealdstone FC First Team Squad 2020/21 National League Images