Men’s Squad 2022/23 Update: Attack – Lewes Community Football Club

Men’s Squad 2022/23 Update: Attack

Men’s Squad 2022/23 Update: Attack

Men's football news

Written by: John

Our third installment of updates is focused on our attack

We’re very pleased to announce the return of Deshane Dalling who has put pen to paper for 2022/23. A rapid and tricky winger, Dalling joined us in December 2021 and was one of the the Rooks top performers in the final quarter of the season, producing several talismanic performances.

Deshane started his senior career at Queen’s Park Rangers and spent time on loan with Cork City and Wealdstone whilst with The Hoops. After leaving QPR, Dalling had a short spell at Hemel Hempstead and then Dartford before heading to The Dripping Pan.

Also returning is fast and direct wideman, Rhys Murrell-Williamson. Rhys joined us from Kingstonian in February 2022 but was unfortunate with an injury in only his third game for the Rooks which meant his playing time was limited to just five games.

Murrell-Williamson may familiar to some Lewes fans having played for the club in the 2013/14 season, going on to play for among others, Billericay, Dulwich Hamlet, Braintree, Woking and St Albans City and under Manager Tony Russell in 2019/20 and 2020/21 at Cray Wanderers.

Deshane and Rhys will link up once more with Joe Taylor and Razz Coleman De-Graft who committed to the club for 2022/23 in April and May

Joining us on a permanent basis for 2022/23 is forward Deon Moore who previously played for the club on a one month loan in October and November 2021.

Starting his youth career at Carshalton, Deon went on to join Peterborough making his debut against Norwich in the EFL Trophy at just 17 years old. That was followed by a move to Bristol Rovers in 2018 and a short spell at Hemel Hempstead in 2020. Deon joins us from Dulwich Hamlet with whom he spent two seasons.

Finally, we welcome forward Fraser Middleton-Tozer who has signed for the senior side in addition to joining our Under 18’s side. Still only 16 years old, Fraser has impressed in pre-season and joins us from Eastbourne Borough having previously played for QPR’s youth team.

You can be one of the exclusive first few to see the new and returning players train on our new state of the art pitch, buy or collect a season ticket, become an Owner and much, much more: Open training sessions at the Dripping Pan this August – Lewes Community Football Club (