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Latest news from Danny Hall at the Standard

CHARLIE GRIFFIN'S Cirencester Town squad is temporarily two players down with news that a pair of Saturday's FA Trophy matchday squad have played their final game for the club.The month-long loan for Sindri Scheving was completed after the weekend and the Icelandic Under-19 international full back has returned to parent club Reading in the Championship.

Scheving played in all seven fixtures while he was with Cirencester.

"Sindri did really well for us in his month at Cirencester and we are very appreciative that Reading let us have him when it was clear that Scott (Bevan) was not going to able to play," said Griffin.

Winger Elijah Chilekwa, who had joined on non-contract terms and started three times, has been released."I simply could not guarantee Elijah first team football," added Griffin.

The manager is hopeful that he can convince Cinderford Town left back Sam Hunt to join the Centurions when he is allowed to talk to the player after the terms of his seven-day approach.

Hunt could be available to play for Ciren in the Southern Premier game at home to Banbury on Saturday.

From last week

JASON MILHENCH, the prolific goal-scoring winger from Fairford Town, is expected to sign for Cirencester Town next week.Milhench trained with his new teammates on Thursday but his registration could not be rushed through ahead of the noon deadline for the FA Trophy game with Havant & Waterlooville on Saturday.

Instead Milhench turned out for Fairford Town again and scored two of their eight goals in the demolition of Hellenic rivals Woodstock Town.

Fairford had moved quickly to fill the potential void left by Milhench in signing Levi Cox from Shrivenham and the striker rewarded them with a hat-trick on his debut against Woodstock.

Milhench has been identified as a player of great potential by Ciren's new manager Charlie Griffin and assistant Paul Hunt and they have the backing of Town's office manager and football secretary Scott Griffin who played with Milhench for Fairford Town last year."Jason has all the attributes to play at Southern League and higher, particularly with his pace and eye for a goal," said Griffin.

Manager Griffin added: "Jason gives us something we don't have at the moment, with his pace, eye for a goal and his ability to create chances. He's ambitious to play at a higher level."

He will go straight into the squad against Banbury United next Saturday.

This entry was posted on 01 November 2016 at 08:07 and is filed under First Team | Miscellaneous. You can leave a response here.

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