NEW SIGNING | Allarakhia returns to Stones
Wealdstone have brought winger Tarryn Allarakhia back to Grosvenor Vale following his departure from fellow National League side Woking.
The 24-year old was last at the club at the back end of the 2018/19 season on loan from Crawley Town, with his four goals in 18 appearances helping the club secure a play-off place in the National League South.
Stones boss Stuart Maynard had this to say after securing his second new signing of the summer: "We're all delighted to have got Tarryn on board. He's a player that we've long admired and we've had to fight off competition to secure his signature. Tarryn is someone who fits our recruitment model and ticks all the boxes we need ticking."
The winger began his career in Essex with Aveley and then Maldon & Tiptree, where his performances earned him a move to EFL League Two side Colchester United.
He then joined league rivals Crawley Town where he played 53 times, with his loan spell at the Stones sandwiched between a three-year stay there before joining Woking last year.
Maynard will be hoping he can repeat his heroics from his first spell and is excited about bringing him back in front of the Wealdstone faithful, "The fans will know him from his time on loan here, but for anyone doesn't; he's a very complete player.
"He's got great football intelligence, he can dribble, create, and on top of that, he competes and works hard off the ball. He's an exciting addition and our patience has been rewarded."