Dulwich Hamlet have signed striker Korrey Henry – with Sanchez Ming also back at Champion Hill.
Henry spent the 2019-20 season on Welling United’s books and had also featured for Bromley.
He is a former West Ham United graduate who has also spent time with Yeovil and Braintree Town.
Right-back Ming played 205 games and scored 17 goals for Hamlet before quitting for the Wings last summer.
Dulwich are set to begin their campaign with an FA Cup second qualifying round tie on October 3 before hosting Concord Rangers three days later in National League South.
The regulation season is due to end on May 29.
Bromley have signed former Millwall defender Byron Webster.
The 33-year-old made 138 appearances for the Lions before leaving for Scunthorpe in January 2019. He joined Carlisle United at the start of last season.
Webster was a team-mate of Ravens coach Alan Dunne at Millwall.
Bromley boss Neil Smith said: “He has a fantastic reputation at Millwall and is a real leader of men.
It’s another experienced league player who’s coming in to help develop my young players and hopefully being a leader in the changing room and on the pitch to kick us on.”
Another new addition to the playing ranks at Hayes Lane is midfielder Tom Purrington, whose older brother Ben is at Charlton.
The 19-year-old came through the youth ranks at Plymouth and impressed on trial in a 4-3 friendly win over Cray Wanderers.
Tooting & Mitcham play their first competitive fixture on Saturday as they host Fisher in the FA Cup.
The Fish have already announced that their initial allocation of 60 tickets have been sold and that a further 25 had been issued.
Tooting tuned up for the derby with a 4-1 friendly loss against Haywards Heath.
Season ticket holders at professional clubs can pay £5 for entry.
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