WIMBORNE Town have moved to secure two highly-wanted players from Hamworthy United following the Hammers’ departure from the Southern League.

Both Cam Munn and Sam Griffin know where the back of the net is from midfield, the pair reuniting with boss Tim Sills at New Cuthbury.

Last week it was announced that Hammers could no longer support a side in England’s eighth tier, the club pulling out of the Southern League Division One South.

All players were subsequently released, allowing them to find moves elsewhere.

Former Hamworthy boss Sills has moved to draft in two of his former players, fending off interest from elsewhere to sign Munn and Griffin.

Speaking to Wimborne’s website, Sills shared: “I’ve coached Cam for years in both my old PE Teacher job, and at Hamworthy where we brought him through into the first team and I am so excited to work with him again.

“(He has) ability in abundance and when he plays with a smile on his face he is terrifying for any opposition to face and I can’t wait to see and help him develop again.

“I only worked with Griff briefly last season but the quality and intelligence he has, along with a strong winning mentality means that there was no way I was going to pass up the chance to sign him and I’m delighted he returns to the club.”

Elsewhere fellow Southern League outfit Bashley have moved to draft in defensive duo Sean Wright and Tony Rolls, whilst Drew Eccott-Young has been picked up by Dorchester Town.

Poole Town have recalled striker Will Fletcher from his loan spell at the County Ground.