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New Wisbech Town FC manager Seb Hayes brings in midfielder Hayden Bream and striker Stuart Eason

By Pete Woodhouse

Wisbech Town FC have made two more signings to go with their first five captures of the summer.

New Fenmen manager Seb Hayes firstly at the weekend brought in Aiden Bradshaw, Callum Milne, Callum Traynor, James Tricks and Jay Whyatt, while long-serving defender and club captain Jon Fairweather departed the club.

Then former Huntingdon Town, Peterborough Northern Star and Holbeach United boss Hayes continued his rebuilding plans for life in the Northern Premier League Division One South East next season.

Seb Hayes
Seb Hayes

Additionally, after the weekend it was announced two more new players have committed themselves to the Fenmen next season, with a third, more familiar face, also making a potential return.

Central midfielder Hayden Bream comes in from Eynesbury Rovers. The 24-year-old was previously with Peterborough Northern Star and Peterborough Sports.

Striker Stuart Eason (31) has played in the Evo-Stik League for Spalding United and Peterborough Sports and also turned out for St Ives Town in the Southern League. Earlier in his career he was with Huntingdon Town and Yaxley in the UCL.

Making a possible re-appearance is defender Aaron Hart who left the club in March and will be attending pre-season training with the Fenmen, which begins on Tuesday, June 25.

Meanwhile, Sam Murphy can't commit to the Fenmen due to continued travelling concerns.


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