Player Profiles

Goal Keepers


A highly rated keeper that joined the Stones from Watford back in 2010 making him the longest serving player. Was part of the Ryman Premier League winning squad and made over 250 appearances for the club. He has also represented Wales at youth level.


Former Barnet youth keeper that played for Cockfosters and London Tigers before trialling at the Stones in the summer of 2016. Spent last season at Potters Bar Town, Enfield Borough and Bedfont & Feltham before joining the Stones again in pre-season in 2017.



Currently the U18s first-choice keeper. Has first team experience with Edgware Town and made the Wealdstone subs bench for the first time against Truro City last season, he has also represented Middlesex at youth level.




Bobby Wilkinson’s first signing as Wealdstone boss. Day spent seven years at Hungerford Town under Wilkinson and is an imposing centre half who is dominant vocally and aerially. He had a successful three-year spell at Oxford United in the Conference and also spent a short period at Eastleigh.


A summer signing from Chelmsford City’s play-off finalist team. Hill is a tall, imposing centre half who played for a few teams in the East Midlands whilst at Loughborough University. Had a short spell at Wealdstone in 2013 before becoming part of Boreham Wood’s promotion winning side in 2015 and has also had National League South experience with Dartford, Havant & Waterlooville and St Albans City.


Joined in July 2017 for his second spell with the club. Okimo was a popular member of the successful Ryman Premier League winning squad of 2014 before being snapped up by Football League side Stevenage. Was at Braintree Town in the National League Premier last season and also played at Chalfont St Peter before his first spell with the Stones.


A popular member of the team. Oshodi signed last summer from St Albans City having played professionally with Watford and Forest Green Rovers. Took a short break from the game in 2015 but returned to part-time football at Hemel Hempstead. He has represented England at youth level and played for Paul Fairclough’s England C team.


Signed from Bedfont Sports last summer, an injury crisis at the club exposed Brown to regular first team action last season with the 20-year olds impressive performances leading him to hold down a first team spot by the end of the season. Plays at centre-back but can also play on the left.


Sellers is a left-sided player signed from Wingate & Finchley last February. He came through the youth set-up at Wingate & Finchley before eventually moving on to Barnet, then Bolton Wanderers. He made 15 appearances for Wycombe Wanderers in 15/16 before returning to Wingate & Finchley.



London-born Nigerian defender Olomowewe signed for the Stones in October 2017 from Maldon & Tiptree, he also spent the summer of 2017 on trial with the Stones. He was with the Nike Academy as a teenager before being snapped up by Burnley, where he was let go without making a first-team appearance



Signed in June 2017 from Chesham United where he made 54 appearances and won Managers Player of the Season in 16/17. A right-sided defender that can also play anywhere else along the back line, was part of Luton Town’s youth set-up and has also played for Ware. Currently back at Chesham on dual registration.


Lafleur is a product of Wealdstone’s successful U18 side. Made 5 first-team appearances last season and also spent time out on loan at Edgware Town and Harrow Borough. He can play anywhere on the left. Currently on loan to Chalfont St.Peter



Godfrey joined from Staines Town in 2013 and was an instant success, winning the Ryman Premier League in his first full season. Godfrey narrowly missed out on National League promotion with Hampton & Richmond Borough in 2008 before winning it with AFC Wimbledon the following year. Godfrey has made over 150 appearances for the Stones and has also represented Canada in the U20 World Cup. Currently on loan to Kings Langley.


Wellard was part of AFC Wimbledon’s side that won promotion to the Football League in 2011. A creative midfielder that scored a superb key goal in Wealdstone’s win over Southport last season. Has played in the National League Premier for Cambridge United and Salisbury City and has also played for Sutton United, where he currently coaches their Academy side.


A creative midfielder who broke into double figures for goals in his debut season for the Stones last year. Green has played in the Football League for Dagenham & Redbridge and has strong National League South pedigree after spending time with Maidenhead United and Margate. Green can play anywhere in the midfield


An experienced central midfielder that can also play anywhere across the back line. Hunt joined from National League South rivals Margate in June 2016. Hunt has won promotion to League One with three different clubs; Northampton Town, Brentford and Crawley Town where he also won the National League Premier.


Fans favourite Cox signed for the Stones in September 2016 and cemented his place in the side, he was eventually made captain during the season and won Fans Player of the Year. Came through Tottenham Hotspur’s Academy where he now coaches and has also played for Barnet, Hayes & Yeading United and Boreham Wood. Cox is also the captain of the Guyana national team.


Whichelow is an attack-minded midfielder that also has an eye for goal. He broke into the first team at Watford, where he scored three times in 24 games. He was part of Boreham Wood’s 2015 promotion winning team and also has Football League experience with Exeter City, Wycombe Wanderers and Accrington Stanley. He joined Wealdstone in August 2016.


Eisa caught the eye of fans whilst playing for Uxbridge against Wealdstone in the Middlesex Charity Cup. An improving midfielder who made 60 appearances, scoring 20 times for Wealdstone’s Middlesex neighbours last season.



SHP is a tricky midfielder that likes to run at and take-on defenders. He won promotion to the National League South with Hampton & Richmond Borough and also played in last season’s play-offs for the Beavers. He has also played for Sutton United and Tonbridge Angels.


Played over 100 times for Middlesex rivals Hayes & Yeading United, Williams joined from Hungerford Town on the last day of August. Proved to be one of the most influential midfielders in the National League South last season as the Crusaders just missed out on the play-offs, renowned for his creativity and work-rate.


A young forward signed on non-contract terms. Osei spent last season at three separate National League South sides in Bishop’s Stortford, Margate and Hampton & Richmond Borough and actually made his Bishop’s Stortford debut against Wealdstone back in 2014. Currently on loan at Northwood



Right-sided midfielder from Paris who made over 40 appearances in the French fourth-tier at Romorantin before moving to England in 2013 where he began at Staines Town. Then moved onto Farnborough, Whitehawk, Hednesford Town, Boston United, Oxford City, Margate and finally Hungerford Town where he was a summer signing for Bobby Wilkinson, who eventually brought him over to Wealdstone in September.


Experienced winger who has been capped at senior level by Ireland and played first-team Premier League football with Newcastle United. A spell in the SPL with Hibernian followed his departure from the Magpies before moving into the Football League with Swindon Town and Yeovil Town. Spent five years at Hungerford Town before a brief stint at Chippenham Town preceded his arrival at Wealdstone.




Benyon was last season’s golden boot winner and Players Player of the Year, scoring 22 times despite a lengthy shoulder injury in the closing stages of the season. A hard working asset to the team, Benyon has strong Football League pedigree with Torquay United, Swindon Town, Wycombe Wanderers and Southend United. Currently on loan to Enfield Town


Joined in March 2017 from National League club Sutton United, where he helped them gain promotion in his first full season and was a key part in their FA Cup run last season, in all he scored 33 times in 110 games for the U’s. Fitchett also had a prolific scoring record at Salisbury City and played National League football with Aldershot Town.



Young striker who caught the eye of Football League clubs when scoring several goals for Hayes & Yeading’s youth team. He became a regular in United’s first team following their National League South relegation in 2015 before joining the Stones in August 2017. Currently on loan to Uxbridge FC.


Signed earlier in the year subject to International Clearance which has only recently been received. Currently on loan at Kings Langley to get game time and fitness.


Goodger joined the Stones from Whistable Town in October 2017. Spent six years at Hungerford Town, where he scored a play-off final winning goal to send them into the Southern League Premier Division, before moving back to his native Kent in 2017. His former Hungerford boss Wilkinson then brought him to the Stones to boost the attacking line.



A 21-year old 6′ 3″ striker who joined on a month’s loan in November 2017 from National League Premier side Aldershot Town. The striker scored 40 goals in 39 games for Corinthian Casuals last season and has also played for Hitchin Town where he scored 31 goals in 14 games for their U19 side.

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