The Northern Premier League's managers have rolled the dice in the transfer market for the last time this season.
The final player movements of the EVO-STIK League's historic 50th anniversary season were completed on Thursday, transfer deadline day across the English game.
Below is the full list of transfers registered from last Sunday to the deadline at 5pm before the final window of the 2017-18 campaign closed.
Movements Rico Abreu De Almeida Gomes from Macclesfield Town to Droylsden Charlie Anagho-Ntamark from Romulus to Bedworth United William Annan Hull City from Tadcaster to Albion (loan) Matthew Atherton from Clitheroe to Skelmersdale United Theo Bailey-Jones from Stalybridge Celtic to Altrincham Guilherme Baltazar from Darlington to Whitby Town Ellis Barkworth from Hull City to Tadcaster Albion (loan) Adriano Basso from Radcliffe Borough to Ashton United Curtis Bateson from Gainsborough Trinity to Cleethorpes Town (loan) Dale Belford from Barwell to Romulus Bradley Birch from Worcester City to Stourbridge Benjamin Bradshaw from Kettering Town to Coalville Town (loan) Danny Brown from Basford United to Carlton Town Max Brown from Carlisle United to Workington (youth loan) James Carlton from Ossett Town to Goole AFC Bradley Carroll from Clitheroe to Kendal Town Ben Chilcott from Oxford United to Stafford Rangers (work experience) James Coates from Stalybridge Celtic to Ossett Albion Adam Cooper from Accrington Stanley to Glossop North End (work experience) Neil Coverley from Rhyl FC (Wales) to Colwyn Bay Oliver Crowley from Stalybridge Celtic to Brighouse Town Christopher Dawson from Rotherham United to Scarborough Athletic Benjamin Deegan from Glossop North End to Hyde United Adam Dugdale from Southport to Warrington Town Anthony Dwyer from AFC Telford United to Hednesford Town Oliver Dyson from Huddersfield Town to Shaw Lane (work experience) Adam Etches from Stockport County to Hyde United (loan) Kegan Everington from Grantham Town to Brighouse Town James Galloway from Tranmere Rovers to Skelmersdale United (work experience) Dan Gathercole from Nunawading City (Australia) to Whitby Town Alfred Hammond from Leek Town to Brighouse Town Morgan Homson-Smith from Harrogate Town to Prescot Cables Nathan Jackson from Market Drayton Town to Romulus Michael Jones from FC United of Manchester to Mossley (loan) Luke Jordan from Morecambe to Ramsbottom United (youth loan) Amos Kabeya from Ossett Albion to Matlock Town Josh Lacey from Gainsborough Trinity to Cleethorpes Town (loan) Mekhi Leacock McLeod from Accrington Stanley to Warrington Town (loan) James Mace from Leamington to Alvechurch Romario Martin from Solihull Moors to Romulus (youth loan) Simeon Maye from Solihull Moors to Rushall Olympic Thomas McCready from AFC Fylde to Colwyn Bay James McEveley from Tranmere Rovers to Warrington Town (loan) Dominic McHale from Salford City to Hyde United (loan) Michael Monaghan from Marine to Prescot Cables Edward Moran from Ramsbottom United to Droylsden Adam Murray from Mansfield Town to Sutton Coldfield Town Tyrell Palmer from FC United of Manchester to Mossley (loan) Paul Phillips from Glossop North End to Buxton Daniel Pilkington from Ashton United to Glossop North End Max Povey from Ashton United to Mossley Alaster Redmayne from Skelmersdale United to Clitheroe Elliot Rokka from Tranmere Rovers to Hyde United (loan) Thomas Rose from Sutton Coldfield Town to Market Drayton Town Ryan Salmon from Atherton Collieries to Ramsbottom United Jorome Slew from Goole AFC to Scarborough Athletic Mark Smith from Worcester City to Alvechurch Terence Smith from Trafford to Skelmersdale United Gary Stopforth from Stockport County to Colne Jassem Sukar from York City to Whitby Town Stavros Tserpes from Radcliffe Borough to Newcastle Town Harry Vince from Boston United to Grantham Town Youth (loan) Hugo Warhurst from Sheffield United to Sheffield FC (work experience) Thomas Westall from Ramsbottom United to Altrincham Jake Willetts from Nottingham Forest to Kidsgrove Athletic (work experience) Marshall Willock from Chesterfield to Matlock Town (youth loan) Jacob Young from Sunderland AFC Ossett Albion (youth loan)
Three chances for the price of one!
The NPL Lotto is offering EVO-STIK League fans two free chances to scoop this Saturday night's big jackpot while helping to boost the finances of their clubs and the competition's official charity Sports Traider!
Thursday's Premier Division action review
There were two games in the EVO-STIK League Premier on Thursday night as the competition plays fixture catch-up and both had significance at the top end of the table, writes Pitchero's Steve Whitney.