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Castle Moves to Portchester
Castle Moves to Portchester
AFC Portchester have signed experienced defender Pete Castle from Sydenhams Football League (Wessex) Premier rivals Hamble Club
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In April 2003, the now 33-year-old became the youngest player ever to appear for Reading - aged 16 years and 49 days - in a Championship game against Watford - a record he still holds.

 

After spells with Rushden & Diamonds, Staines Town and Eastleigh, he  helped Bashley win the Southern League Division One South & West title and played for Gosport Borough in 2010/11.

 

He then had spells with Lymington Town, GE Hamble, Winchester City and Sholing, where he was part of the side that completed a Buildbase FA Vase and Wessex League `double`.

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Castle Moves to Portchester
Castle Moves to Portchester
Thursday 20 February 20 I 12:43:26
Photo by

In April 2003, the now 33-year-old became the youngest player ever to appear for Reading - aged 16 years and 49 days - in a Championship game against Watford - a record he still holds.

 

After spells with Rushden & Diamonds, Staines Town and Eastleigh, he  helped Bashley win the Southern League Division One South & West title and played for Gosport Borough in 2010/11.

 

He then had spells with Lymington Town, GE Hamble, Winchester City and Sholing, where he was part of the side that completed a Buildbase FA Vase and Wessex League `double`.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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