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Non-league: Dulwich kick off summer business as Cray Valley PM lose Lisbie

Dulwich Hamlet defender Jerome Binnom-Williams has signed fresh terms for the 2024-25 Isthmian League Premier Division season.

The former Crystal Palace youngster, 29, joined Hakan Hayrettin’s side last season after his release from Maidstone.

Left-back Binnom-Williams, inset, has had spells at Barnet and Southend. He helped Dulwich finish 11th in the previous campaign.

“I’m happy to get this deal over the line,” he told Hamlet’s official website. “I enjoyed last season despite not getting to where we wanted to.

“We had a good bunch of boys last year. The start of the season wasn’t the best for us, but that’s football. We picked up points towards the back end of the season after getting together.

“We had a good team to get to the play-offs but it wasn’t for us last year. Fingers crossed last season, hopefully, we get it done and over the line.”

Hayrettin has signed versatile defender Max Hudson from Hayes & Yeading United.

“I’m honestly over the moon,” said Hudson. “The club is great, with an unbelievable fanbase.

“I have come here to try and contribute as best as I can.”

National League side Braintree Town have signed Kyrell Lisbie from Cray Valley PM. The son of former Charlton legend Kevin, he netted 29 times in 44 outings last season as they won promotion to the Isthmian League Premier Division.

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