Hemel Hempstead Town have signed four players on dual registration with current Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central leaders Kings Langley.
Midfielder Gary Connolly joined Kings Langley from Hemel`s neighbours Leverstock Green in March 2011.
A classy midfielder who converted effortlessly to defence when the need arose, after an injury hit campaign in 2012/13, he captained the promotion-winning side the next season and returned to the club after a year in Australia.
Defender Callum Adebiyi returns to the Tudors having signed for Kings Langley after originally being on loan from the Vauxhall Road outfit.
He has now been a regular on the left side of defence for the past three seasons.
Midfielder Connor Toomey started with the Kings Langley`s youth side before moving to Berkhamsted, returning to Kings in the summer of 2013.
Highly versatile, he started as left wing-back before establishing himself in midfield and has also shown himself to also be an effective central defender.
Defender Danny Hutchins is an experienced wing-back or midfielder who began at Tottenham Hotspur, moving to Yeovil Town, Dunstable Town, Hemel and AFC Dunstable.
He has built on an excellent first season at Kings to add a wealth of goals to his game, including a 100% penalty conversion rate.