Rickie Hayles has signed a deal with Billericay Town.
He was a defensive rock for Dulwich Hamlet last season but has opted to move on following Isthmian League Premier Division play-off promotion.
Hayles has joined Billericay, who earlier in the week completed a move for released AFC Wimbledon full-back Callum Kennedy.
The Essex club – announcing the deal on their website – said:”Rickie started his playing career at nearby Brentwood Town and will settle in quickly as he has played under Harry Wheeler whilst both were at Welling. Hayles is also a cousin of Ricky Modeste.”
We are delighted to announce ex @wellingunited and @DulwichHamletFC captain @RickieHayles has joined our treble winning team ahead of our season in the @TheNationalLge
Welcome to @BTFC Rickie💪👏💙#togetherwesailasone pic.twitter.com/sQBUPqdVD7
— Billericay Town FC (@BTFC) June 7, 2018
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