Wingate and Finchley have completed the signing of experienced goalkeeper Shane Gore.
The 34 year old has previously won the Conference National and began his career at Wimbledon, making his only appearance against Grimsby Town.
In the 2003-04 season Gore was sent on a one-month loan to non-league St Albans City, playing once; a one-month loan to Peterborough United followed then finally to Conference National side Barnet on a season-long loan, where he made a successful 28 league appearances, before signing for Barnet permanently.
He also played for Stevenage and Maidenhead and in the summer of 2009, Gore was offered a trial with Conference side Luton Town by manager Mick Harford, who was a coach at Wimbledon at the time Gore was on the fringes of the first-team. He made his debut for Luton in the FA Cup in a 3-3 draw with Rochdale.
In the Summer of 2010, he signed for Chesham United of the Southern Premier League where he amassed 262 appearances. In August 2015, Gore then signed on dual-registration with Conference South side Wealdstone.