Four more players have signed for Whitehawk ahead of the start of the 2017/18 season.
The first is 24-year-old goalkeeper Alex Tokarczyk, who has gained plenty of experience within non-League football, previously featuring for Hayes & Yeading United, Farnborough, Maidstone United and Hemel Hempstead Town to name just a few and also had a spell in Scotland with Falkirk and Montrose.
During last season, Tokarczyk was with for Basingstoke Town in the Southern League.
The second signing is 21-year-old defender Ed Sanders.
Sanders was born on the Isle of Wight and began his career with his most local senior side Portsmouth before moving on to join the academy at Stoke City where he captained their under-18 side.
He then had a spell with Sheffield Wednesday before moving back south to join Farnborough.
Most recently, Sanders was with Bognor Regis Town and Hawks` league rivals Gosport Borough.
The other two signings are 18-year-olds Jordan Hawkins and Billy Barker.
Goalkeeper Hawkins and midfielder Barker have both come through the Hawks` under-18 side at The Enclosed Ground, being vital parts of the team in their treble-winning campaign last season.
Both have signed senior contracts previously and they will be linking up with the first-team again following their departure from the under-18 level of football.