UNIBOND League Premier Division clubs have been busy in the transfer market during pre-season.
Incoming players include the following: Accrington Stanley: Tom Beech (Bromley), Lutel James (Bury).
Altrincham: Chris Adams (Ashton United), Kevin Hulme (York City), Jeremy Illingworth (Ashton United), Mark Sertori (Cheltenham Town).
Barrow: Grant Holt (Halifax Town). Blyth Spartans: Colin Morton (Hibernian), Graham Pepper (Gateshead). Burscough: Lee Furlong (Southport). Droylsden: Jason Anthony (Winsford United), Darren Esdaille (Bacup Borough, ex-Hyde United), Nigel Evans (Stalybridge Celtic), Leon Mills, Chuku Otutu (both Winsford United), Robert Trees (Leigh RMI). Emley: Micky Norbury (Hednesford Town). Frickley Athletic: Carl Fothergill (Stocks -bridge PS), Nicky Limber (Gainsborough Trinity).
Gainsborough Trinity: Phil Brown (Ketter -ing Town), Joby Cowshall (Boston United), Rick Ranshaw (Grantham), Chris Hurst (Frickley Athletic), Andrew Stanhope (Boston United).
Gateshead: David Connor (Billingham Synthonia), Anthony Ellison (Barrow), Robert Jones (Spennymoor United), John Mohan (Marske).
Hucknall Town: Jermaine Bailey (Ilkeston Town), Leroy Chambers (Frickley Athletic), Stuart Clarke (Sheffield United), Russell Cooke (Notts County), Thomas Gallagher (Hinckley United), Lee McGlinchey, Michael McLaren (Shepshed Dynamo), Paul Sherlock (Bedford Town).
Hyde United: Martin Doherty (Leek Town), Joshua Howard (Stalybridge Celtic), Bradley Sandeman (Leek Town).
Leek Town: Scott Williams (Congleton Town).
Runcorn FC Halton: Steve Carragher (Ac -crington Stanley), David Gamble (Marine), Anthony McMillan (Preston North End). Vauxhall Motors: Terence Fearns (St Helens Town), Andrew Hughes (Holywell, ex-Colwyn Bay), Jon Stanhope (Connah s Quay), Darren Vicary (Stalybridge Celtic).
Runcorn finished ninth in last season's Premier Division fair play awards with 56 yellow cards and three reds.
Figures released this week show Work-sop Town took the £1,000 first prize (40 yel -low and three red).
Secretary Duncan Bayley and vice-chair -man Keith Brown have been made Uni-Bond League life members in recognition of their service.