Max York

Max York

Born 28 November 1991 (Age 18 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #354)

Total appearances 1 – 1 goal

(1 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut & Final game:

12 October 2010 (Home Daventry United)

Max started his career with Cambridge United and then Histon’s academy, making 6 appearances for the Histon first team after becoming a member of the senior squad at Christmas during the 2009/2010 season. The central midfielder was signed by manager Justin Edinburgh on 1 July 2010, and made his one and only appearamce for Diamonds in the Hillier Senior Cup game against Daventry United, scoring the opening goal.

Max York Daventry

He was unable to break into the first team squad however, and went out on loan to Southern League Division One Central side Barton Rovers in November 2010 for one month. In January 2011, he joined his former club Histon on loan until the end of the season, before being released in May 2011. He joined Southern League Premier side Bedford Town on 4 August 2011, before signing for Conference side Kettering Town in early-March 2012. After pre-season training with former club Histon, he joined the Conference North side on 14 August 2012, but had left by October that year to join Southern League Division One Central side Biggleswade Town, helping them to promotion via the Play-Offs. He left the club on 23 September 2014, joining Southern Premier side St.Neots Town. He had another spell at Histon before joining Biggleswade Town during the 2015-16, but then joined Histon for the fourth time prior to the 2016-17 season. He had two successful campaigns as Histon played at a lower level, and was still with the club for 2018/19.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 23

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12.10.10

Daventry Utd (H)

1 goal

Jake Gillingwater

Jake Gillingwater

Born 9 December 1992 (Age 17 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player #353)

Total appearances 1

(1 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut & Final game:

12 October 2010 (Home Daventry United)

Jake was from Wellingborough, and joined the Diamonds Development Centre as a striker for a number of seasons as a young player before joining Luton Town’s equivalent system. He returned to the club at the start of the 2008/2009 season and was offered a scholarship after some fine performances for the Under 18s in the Puma Junior Alliance. Although he was playing as a striker, he was also versatile enough to play as a central defender. During his time as a first year scholar, he was a regular for the Under 18s, scoring 16 goals and moved into the second year of the scheme for the 2010/2011 season. He scored some amazing goals during the season, including two goals from inside his own half against MMU/Newcastle and Dartford Whites.

On 12 October 2010, he made his only appearance at first team level when he played in the Hillier Senior Cup win over Daventry United. He spent most of the season on work experience with UCL side Northampton Spencer, and Southern League Division One Central side Soham Town Rangers from March 2011, but also helped the Youth side to victory in the Midland Youth Cup Final against Chesterfield, scoring one of the goals. After the end of his scholarship, Jake returned to sign for Soham Town Rangers in July 2011, but left after a short period. Following a brief spell at UCL Premier side Northampton Spencer, he joined fellow UCL side Irchester United at the end of September 2011, scoring on his debut on 1 October. In mid-February 2012, Jake left the Romans, and joined rivals Cogenhoe United. He left the Cooks at the end of the season, and joined the newly formed UCL Division One side AFC Rushden & Diamonds on 12 July 2012. After 52 appearances, and 5 goals for Diamonds, Jake joined UCL Division One side Irchester United in early August 2014. He then went on to play for Wellingborough Town, who he was still registered with in 2018/19.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number =

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12.10.10

Daventry Utd (H)

Joe Keehan

Joe Keehan

Born 7 January 1987 (Age 23 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #352)

Total appearances 8

(6 League, 2 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

12 October 2010 (Home Daventry United)

Final game:

16 April 2011 (Away Gateshead)

Joe started his career at Worthing, and signed for Crawley Town in 2005, breaking into their Conference side at the age of seventeen. In 2006, he signed for Eastbourne Borough, then rejoining Worthing in 2007, before a move to Lewes in the summer of 2008. During his time with the Rooks, he impressed as a goalscoring midfielder, bagging an impressive nineteen goals from central midfield in his second season at the Dripping Pan. He was signed by manager Justin Edinburgh on 9 June 2010, but he struggled with fitness having been part-time previously in his career, and failed to break into the first team. He made his first team debut in the Hillier Senior Cup game against Daventry United on 12 October 2010 and went on to make his league debut on 13 November 2010 in the 1-1 draw at Fleetwood Town.

Joe Keehan Daventry

In mid-December 2010, he went on loan to Conference South side Woking for one month. He then had a period on loan with Havant & Waterlooville during late January 2011, returning to the club at the start of March 2011. He only made a total of 8 appearances for the club before being released in May 2011. On 15 July 2011, he joined Isthmian Division One South side Whitehawk. After two successive promotions with the Hawks, Joe dropped back down to join Isthmian Division One South side Burgess Hill Town on 13 September 2013. He left there in May 2016 to join Shoreham FC, but after a season there he joined Horsham FC.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 15

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12.10.10

Daventry Utd (H)

Conf

13.11.10

Fleetwood Tn (A)

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12.1.11

Brackley Town (H)

Conf

26.3.11

AFCWimbledon(A)

as sub

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5.4.11

Histon (A)

as sub

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9.4.11

Wrexham (H)

as sub

Conf

13.4.11

Grimsby Town (A)

Conf

16.4.11

Gateshead (A)

Lance Key

Lance Key

Born 13 May 1968 (Age 42 at debut)

Position: Goalkeeper

(Diamonds player #351)

Total appearances 1

(1 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut & Final game:

12 October 2010 (Home Daventry United)

Lance had had a long career as a goalkeeper before arriving at Nene Park, He had started his career at Histon, and was scouted by Sheffield Wednesday, who paid the non-league side £10,000 for his services. During a six year period with the Owls, he made just one substitute appearance after the sending off of Kevin Pressman in the FA Cup tie at Gillingham in January 2003. He went on five separate loan spells whilst at Hillsboorugh including Oldham Athletic, Oxford United, Lincoln City, Hartlepool United and Rochdale. . In the summer of 1996, he was released and joined Scottish side Dundee United. But after only 3 starts, he moved back to Sheffield in March 1997, joining former rivals Sheffield United as emergency cover. At the beginning of the 1997/1998 season, he joined Rochdale on a free transfer, and played 14 games for them before going out on loan to Northwich Victoria in December 1998. In March 1999, he made the move permanent and went on to make 55 appearances for them. In February 2000, he went on loan to Altrincham until the end of the season. He was released in May 2001, and joined Kingstonian and spent 4 years with the club as their No.1 keeper. He then returned to Histon in the summer of 2004, spending six years with Stutes in their climb up to the Conference. In September 2008, he joined Wivenhoe United while taking a coaching course, but made just a single appearamce for them before returning to coach at Histon. It was in this role as goalkeeping coach that he joined Diamonds in July 2010.

Lance Key Daventry

There was no plans for him to play in goal for Diamonds, although an injury to Dale Roberts saw him registered to play and in fact, he played in Diamonds Hillier Senior Cup tie against Daventry United on 12 October 2010 – his only appearance for the club. He was released in May 2011. Lance spent the 2011/2012 season with Cambridgeshire Kershaw League Premier Division side Cottenham United, before joining Cambridge United on 4 July 2012 as a part-time goalkeeping coach. He returned to Histon in a coaching role before taking over the Manager role there – which he continued into the 2018/19 season.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 27

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Daventry Utd (H)

Tim Sills

Tim Sills

Born 10 September 1979 (Age 31 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #350)

Total appearances 11

(11 League)

Debut:

26 September 2010 (Home Crawley Town)

Final game:

27 November 2010 (Away Forest Green Rovers)

Tim began his career with the youth set-up at Millwall, but was released in May 1997. He joined Camberley Town while continuing his University education and in a 1½ season, clocked up and impressive 29 goals. Early in 1999, he joined Basingstoke Town and spent some three seasons with the club, making over 100 appearances. Again, his goalscoring record was pretty impressive, scoring some 33 goals. He also had loan spells with Staines Town and Kingstonian, before making a permanent move to Kingstonian in July 2002. He won an England C cap while with the club, but the following season, Tim joined Conference side Aldershot Town and once again, produced an impressive scoring record with 43 goals in 96 games for the Shots.

Several League sides took an interest, and it was Oxford United who signed the striker in January 2006, for a £50,000 fee. He struggled however, and after a limited number of games, moved on to Hereford United some six months later on a two-year deal. After a year with the Bulls, he joined Torquay United in the summer of 2007, and was part of the promotion winning side the following season, scoring in the game which secured their return to the Football League. Once again, he struggled in the Football League and was released in January 2010, joining Stevenage Borough on an eighteen month contract. This time, he helped Borough to the Conference title. Tim Sills arrived at Nene Park on a three month loan deal from the renamed Stevenage on 24 September 2010.

He made his Diamonds debut two days later in the game against Crawley Town at Nene Park, and scored his debut goal for the club with the winner against Mansfield Town on 9 October. With the completion of his loan on 26 December 2010, he returned to Stevenage, but was allowed to move back to Aldershot Town on 17 January 2011. He was released at the end of the season, and rejoined Conference South side Basingstoke Townon 4 July 2011. Following two years with Basingstoke, Tim joined Southern Premier side Bashley on 27 July 2013. Following an announcement on the reduction in the playing budget, Tim left the club and joined Conference South side Gosport Borough on 17 October 2013. He departed at the end of the season, joining Southern Premier side Weymouth on 18 June 2014. He signed with Blackfield & Langley as player-coach for the 2016/17 season, aged 36. After a season there he retired from the game to launch a football academy.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 7

Conf

26.9.10

Crawley Town (H)

Conf

29.9.10

Eastbourne B (A)

Conf

2.10.10

Altrincham (A)

Conf

5.10.10

Darlington (H)

Coinf

9.10.10

Mansfield Tn (H)

1 goal

Conf

16.10.10

Tamworth (A)

Conf

30.10.10

Barrow (H)

Conf

9.11.10

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

13.11.10

Fleetwood Tn (A)

as sub

Conf

20.11.10

York City (H)

as sub

Conf

27.11.10

Forest Green (A)

Jamie Day

Jamie Day

Born 7 May 1986 (Age 24 at debut)

Position: Defender

(Diamonds player #349)

Total appearances 41 – 1 goal

(38 League, 2 FA Cup, 1 FA Trophy)

Debut:

29 August 2010 (Home Grimsby Town)

Final game:

30 April 2011 (Away Darlington)

Jamie began his career at Peterborough United, rising up through the youth ranks to make his first team debut in the League One match against Doncaster Rovers in February 2005. While with the youth team, he had an unsuccessful trials at Manchester United and West Ham United. Prior to that debut, he went on a one month loan to Conference side Crawley Town in September 2004, but only made a single appearance. He went on to make some 118 appearances for the Posh in five seasons as a professional at London Road, but found his appearances with the club in the Championship somewhat limited. He went on loan a two month loan to League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge in November 2009, before being released in the summer of 2010.

Jamie Day

Jamie signed for Diamonds on 1 July 2010, and was primarily a left sided attacking full back, able to play as a winger in midfield if required. He missed the first four games of the season due to injury, but made his debut at Nene Park against Grimsby Town on 28 August 2010. He only missed a further five games during the remainder of the season (three due to suspension), scoring just a single goal from a short corner at Cambridge in February 2011.

Jamie Day Tamworth

Following the financial uncertainty at the end of the season, he was released from his contract at the end of the season, and joined newly promoted League Two side Crawley Town on 27 May 2011. His appearances were limited after requiring surgery for a back injury suffered during a pre-season game, and he went on loan to fellow League Two side Aldershot Town on 16 November 2011, until 7 January 2012. After a further back operation, Jamie was forced to announce his retirement from the game in August 2012.

 

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 11

Conf

28.8.10

Grimsby Town (H)

as sub

Conf

30.8.10

Kettering Town (A)

as sub

Conf

4.9.10

York City (A)

as sub

Conf

11.9.10

Newport Co (H)

Conf

18.9.10

Southport (A)

Conf

21.9.10

Histon (H)

Conf

26.9.10

Crawley Town (H)

Conf

29.9.10

Eastbourne B (A)

Conf

2.10.10

Altrincham (A)

Conf

5.10.10

Darlington (H)

Conf

9.10.10

Mansfield Tn (H)

Conf

16.10.10

Tamworth (A)

FAC4q

23.10.10

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

30.10.10

Barrow (H)

FAC1

6.11.10

Yeovil Town (H)

Conf

9.11.10

Kidderminster (A)

Conf

13.11.10

Fleetwood Tn (A)

Conf

20.11.10

York City (H)

Conf

3.1.11

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

8.1.11

Altrincham (H)

FAT1r

11.1.11

Eastwood Tn (A)

Conf

18.1.11

Hayes&Yeading(A)

Conf

22.1.11

Newport Co (A)

Conf

29.1.11

Tamworth (H)

Conf

1.2.11

Cambridge U (H)

Conf

5.2.11

Cambridge U (A)

1 goal

Conf

12.2.11

Gateshead (H)

Conf

22.2.11

Eastbourne B (H)

Conf

8.3.11

Forest Green (H)

as sub

Conf

12.3.11

Wrexham (A)

Conf

19.3.11

Southport (H)

Conf

22.3.11

Luton Town (H)

Conf

26.3.11

AFCWimbledon(A)

Conf

2.4.11

Mansfield Town (A)

Conf

5.4.11

Histon (A)

Conf

9.4.11

Wrexham (H)

Conf

13.4.11

Grimsby Town (A)

Conf

16.4.11

Gateshead (A)

Conf

22.4.11

Crawley Town (A)

Conf

25.4.11

Kidderminster H (H)

Conf

30.4.11

Darlington (A)

Nathan Koranteng

Nathan Koranteng

Born 26 May 1992 (Age 18 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #348)

Total appearances 4

(4 League)

Debut:

24 August 2010 (Home AFC Wimbledon)

Final game:

4 September 2010 (Away York City)

Nathan was a product of the Peterborough Youth set system and signed a professional contract with the club in the summer of 2010. Nathan played as a striker or left sided midfield, and while with the youth team at Peterborough, had work experience with Tamworth, (August 2009), Spalding United (January 2010), and Boston United (January 2010). He arrived at Nene Park on a one month loan deal on 23 August 2010 and made his debut as a late substitute in the 1-0 victory over AFC Wimbledon on 24 August 2010.

During early-September, the loan deal was extended until the end of the year, but he returned to Peterborough United during early-October. On 4 January 2011, Nathan joined Conference North side Boston United on a one month loan deal, before joining Conference South side Woking on 3 March, on loan until the end of the season. He was released on his return to Peterborough, and joined Woking on a permanent basis on 28 June 2011. After 19 appearances (nearly all off the bench) and no goals, Nathan went on a one month loan to Conference South side Boreham Wood on 19 September 2011, before returning to the Cards. He was released by mutual consent on 1 December after 7 appearances and 1 goal, joining Boreham Wood on a permanent basis on 5 December but left after less then a month to join Conference South rivals Tonbridge Angels on 30 December 2011. on 3 January 2013, Nathan went on a one month loan to Isthmian Premier side Kingstonian which was extended for another month. Nathan returned briefly to the Longmead Stadium after 3 goals in 11 appearances for the K’s, but his contract was cancelled by mutual consent on 11 March 2013, and he joined Kingstonian. On 29 March 2013, he joined Southern League Premier side St.Neots Town. He joined Isthmian Premier side East Thurrock United at the start of the 2013/2014 season, but after 11 appearances and a single goal, left on 14 November 2013 to join Isthmian Division One North side Aveley. In July 2014, Nathan signed for Isthmian Premier side Leatherhead but left after just 4 games, joining Isthmian Division One North side Maldon & Tiptree on 11 September 2014.

He moved to Witham Town for the 2015/16 season, staying there until September 2017 moving to Waltham Abbey. He started the 2018/19 season with Cheshunt, but signed for Harlow Town at the end of September 2018..

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 26

Conf

24.8.10

Wimbledon (H)

as sub

Conf

28.8.10

Grimsby Tn (A)

as sub

Conf

30.8.10

Kettering Tn (A)

as sub

Conf

4.9.10

York City (A)

as sub

Dominic Green

Dominic Green

Born 5 July 1989 (Age 21 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #347)

Total appearances 10

(9 League, 1 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

17 August 2010 (Away Bath City)

Final game:

12 October 2010 (Home Daventry United)

Dominic began his football with the West Ham United youth set up, but was released in the summer of 2007. The pacey left sided winger, joined Dagenham & Redbridge, and after a loan spell with Thurrock, attracted the attention of Peterborough United. He signed for them on 27 August 2008, for a fee believed to be around £200,000. Dominic had played 27 games for Posh, scoring twice, and also had a loan spell with Chesterfield in January 2010 for the remainder of the season where he scored twice in 10 appearances.

He arrived at Nene Park on 16 August 2010, initially on a month’s loan from Peterborough United. He made his debut for Diamonds on 17 August 2010 at Bath City, and early in September, the loan deal was extended until the end of the year, but he returned to Peterborough United in mid-November. On 22 March 2011, he went on loan to UCL side St.Neots Town, until the end of the season. His contract at London Road was terminated by mutual consent on 28 June 2011. On 4 November 2011, Dominic signed for League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge. After being unable to maintain a first team spot during the 2012/2013 season and making just 7 appearances, mainly off the bench, he went out on a one-month loan to Conference side Dartford on 8 January 2013. He returned to the Daggers after 3 Dartford appearances, but his contract was not renewed at the end of the season, and he was released on 7 May 2013. He made 32 appearances, scoring just once for the Daggers. On 16 August 2013, Dominic joined Conference South side Ebbsfleet United however, on 19 December 2013, he went on a one month loan deal to fellow Conference South side Tonbridge Angels. After his return, he went on a further loan deal on 11 February 2014, this time to fellow Conference South side Whitehawk.

He moved on to Hayes & Yeading United for the latter half of the 2014-15 season, but was released at the end of the campaign. He then signed for Bishop’s Stortford but his opportunities there were limited.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 25

Conf

17.8.10

Bath City (A)

Conf

21.8.10

Barrow (A)

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24.8.10

Wimbledon (H)

Conf

28.8.10

Grimsby Tn (A)

Conf

30.8.10

Kettering Tn (A)

Conf

4.9.10

York City (A)

Conf

11.9.10

Newport Co (H)

Con

21.9.10

Histon (H)

as sub

Conf

26.9.10

Crawley Tn (H)

as sub

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12.10.10

Daventry Utd (H)

Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson

Born 15 April 1990 (Age 20 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #346)

Total appearances 47 – 3 goals

(44 League, 1 FA Cup, 2 FA Trophy)

Debut:

14 August 2010 (Home Fleetwood Town)

Final game:

30 April 2011 (Away Darlington)

Matt began his career with Harlow Town as a 15 year old, making 11 appearances for the Southern League Division One East club. He moved on to Erith & Belvedere before helping Isthmian Division One North side Aveley to promotion to the Premier Division for the first time in their history during the 2008/2009 season. The following season, they made the play-offs, narrowly losing to Boreham Wood. Manager Justin Edinburgh brought the tall strong midfielder to Nene Park on 9 June 2010, and he made his debut as a substitute in the opening game of the season, at home to Fleetwood Town.

Matt Johnson Kidderminster

He went on to play in all but two of the Conference games during the season. With the uncertainty about the future of the club, he was allowed to leave at the end of the season, and joined Conference South side Dover Athletic on 7 June 2011. Matt failed to gain a regular place in the side however, and was released by mutual consent in mid September, joining Conference newcomers Braintree Town on 23 September 2011. On 19 January 2012, Matt joined Conference North side Bishop’s Stortford. He spent the following two seasons with the Bishops, becoming captain and winning Player of the Year awards  before signing for Conference South side Ebbsfleet United on 30 May 3014. He left Ebbsfleet after 3 years to join Chelmsford City ahead of the 2017-18 season. In March 2018 he joined Enfield Town. He moved to AFC Hornchurch ahead of the 2019-20 season.

Matt Johnson Tamworth

 

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 18

Conf

14.8.10

Fleetwood Tn (H)

as sub

Conf

17.8.10

Bath City (A)

as sub

Conf

21.8.10

Barrow (A)

Conf

24.8.10

Wimbledon (H)

Conf

28.8.10

Grimsby Town (H)

Conf

30.8.10

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

4.9.10

York City (A)

Conf

11.9.10

Newport Co (H)

as sub

Conf

18.9.10

Southport (A)

as sub

1 goal

Conf

21.9.10

Histon (H)

as sub

Conf

26.9.10

Crawley Town (H)

as sub

Conf

29.9.10

Eastbourne B (A)

Conf

2.10.10

Altrincham (A)

Conf

5.10.10

Darlington (H)

Conf

9.10.10

Mansfield Tn (H)

Conf

16.10.10

Tamworth (A)

FAC4q

23.10.10

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

30.10.10

Barrow (H)

Conf

9.11.10

Kidderminster (A)

as sub

Conf

13.11.10

Fleetwood Tn (A)

Conf

20.11.10

York City (H)

as sub

Conf

27.11.10

Forest Green (A)

as sub

FAT1

11.12.10

Eastwood Tn (H)

Conf

1.1.11

Luton Town (A)

Conf

8.1.11

Altrincham (H)

as sub

FAT1r

11.1.11

Eastwood Tn (A)

Conf

18.1.11

Hayes&Yeading(A)

as sub

Conf

22.1.11

Newport Co (A)

as sub

1 goal

Conf

29.1.11

Tamworth (H)

as sub

Conf

5.2.11

Cambridge U (A)

as sub

Conf

12.2.11

Gateshead (H)

as sub

Conf

22.2.11

Eastbourne B (H)

as sub

Conf

1.3.11

Bath City (H)

as sub

Conf

5.3.11

Hayes&Yeading(H)

Conf

8.3.11

Forest Green (H)

Conf

12.3.11

Wrexham (A)

as sub

Conf

19.3.11

Southport (H)

1 goal

Conf

22.3.11

Luton Town (H)

Conf

26.3.11

AFC Wimbledon(A)

Conf

2.4.11

Mansfield Town (A)

as sub

Conf

5.4.11

Histon (A)

Conf

9.4.11

Wrexham (H)

Conf

13.4.11

Grimsby Town (A)

as sub

Conf

16.4.11

Gateshead (A)

as sub

Conf

22.4.11

Crawley Town (A)

Conf

25.4.11

Kidderminster H (H)

Conf

30.4.11

Darlington (A)

as sub

Ryan Charles

Ryan Charles

Born 30 September 1989 (Age 20 at debut)

Position: Forward

(Diamonds player #345)

Total appearances 44 – 11 goals

(39 League, 2 FA Cup, 2 FA Trophy, 1 Hillier Senior Cup)

Debut:

14 August 2010 (Home Fleetwood Town)

Final game:

25 April 2011 (Home Kidderminster Harriers)

Ryan began his career at Luton Town, having been with the club as a schoolboy since the age of 9. After two successful seasons in the youth team as a striker / winger, he made his Hatters first team debut against Southend United in a League 1 game in March 2008 and a full first team debut against Carlisle United in the following game. He went on to make six starts in the remainder of that League 1 season. As the Hatters dropped into League 2 and then the Conference, his opportunities were limited by injury, as well as a number of managerial changes at the club. During his time at Luton, he went on loan to Hitchin Town and Hinckley United and in March 2009, went on loan to Kettering Town, before going on a one month loan to Kidderminster Harriers the following season in November 2009. He was released by Luton at the end of the season, and joined Diamonds on 1 July 2010.

Ryan Charles

He made his Diamonds debut as a substitute in the 1-1 draw against Fleetwood Town on 14 August 2010 and made his full debut on 21 August at Barrow. He scored his debut goal for the Diamonds on 28 August 2010 in the 4-1 victory over Grimsby Town. And went on to make 44 appearances, although 19 of those were off the bench. He had the honour of scoring Diamonds last ever goal – an injury time winner against old rivals Kidderminster Harriers. On 14 June 2011 he signed a one year deal with Cambridge United, but went out on a loan deal to fellow Conference side Newport County on 6 January 2012. On his return to Cambridge at the end of the season, Ryan was released and eventually signed a one year deal with Newport County on 17 June 2012, but he was released from his contract by mutual consent on 5 February 2013. Two days later, Ryan joined Southern League Premier side Hemel Hempstead Town, but after just 6 appearances for the Tudors, he moved to Conference South side Bath City on 5 March 2013. After just 8 appearances however, Ryan returned to Hemel Hempstead Town in mid-April to assist their campaign for promotion, scoring twice in the play-off semi-final. He left the Tudors in the summer, and signed for Southern League Premier side Frome Town in August 2013. Ryan moved to Southern League Division One South & West side Merthyr Town on 9 October 2013, assisting them to the Play-Offs, but left at the end of the season. Although it was reported on 6 June 2014 that he had joined Isthmian Premier side Billericay Town, the announcement turned out to be premature and he subsequently joined Conference South side Bishop’s Stortford on 25 June 2014, but his appearances the following season were for Chesham United and Berkhamsted.

Known as Ryan Laville for a while, he went on to play for a number of local clubs in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire, including Leverstock Green and Bovingdon before retiring from the game. He became manager of Bovingdon after the end of the 2018-19 season.

Appearances

2010/2011 – squad number 19

Conf

14.8.10

Fleetwood Tn (H)

as sub

Conf

17.8.10

Bath City (A)

as sub

Conf

21.8.10

Barrow (A)

Conf

24.8.10

AFC Wimbledon(H)

Conf

28.8.10

Grimsby Town (H)

1 goal

Conf

30.8.10

Kettering Town (A)

Conf

4.9.10

York City (A)

Conf

11.9.10

Newport Co (H)

Conf

18.9.10

Southport (A)

as sub

Conf

21.9.10

Histon (H)

Conf

26.9.10

Crawley Town (H)

as sub

Conf

29.9.10

Eastbourne B (A)

as sub

Conf

2.10.10

Altrincham (A)

as sub

Conf

5.10.10

Darlington (H)

as sub

Conf

9.10.10

Mansfield Tn (H)

as sub

HSC1

12.10.10

Daventry Utd (H)

2 goals

Conf

16.10.10

Tamworth (A)

as sub

FAC4q

23.10.10

Kettering Town (A)

as sub

Conf

30.10.10

Barrow (H)

2 goals

FAC1

6.11.10

Yeovil Town (H)

Conf

9.11.10

Kidderminster (A)

as sub

Conf

13.11.10

Fleetwood Tn (A)

as sub

Conf

20.11.10

York City (H)

Conf

27.11.10

Forest Green (A)

as sub

FAT1

11.12.10

Eastwood Tn (H)

as sub

Conf

1.1.11

Luton Town (A)

Conf

3.1.11

Kettering Town (H)

Conf

8.1.11

Altrincham (H)

as sub

FAT1r

11.1.11

Eastwood Tn (A)

2 goals

Conf

18.1.11

Hayes&Yeading(A)

Conf

22.1.11

Newport Co (A)

Conf

29.1.11

Tamworth (H)

Conf

1.2.11

Cambridge U (H)

as sub

Conf

5.2.11

Cambridge U (A)

as sub

Conf

12.2.11

Gateshead (H)

as sub

Conf

1.3.11

Bath City (H)

1 goal

Conf

5.3.11

Hayes&Yeading (H)

Conf

8.3.11

Forest Green (H)

2 goals

Conf

12.3.11

Wrexham (A)

Conf

22.3.11

Luton Town (H)

Conf

26.3.11

AFC Wimbledon(A)

Conf

2.4.11

Mansfield Town (A)

Conf

16.4.11

Gateshead (A)

Conf

25.4.11

Kidderminster (H)

as sub

1 goal

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