A note for supporters that Cray Wanderers welcome the arrival of midfielder Jai Reason to the club. Jai comes to Cray Wanderers from Billericay Town for whom he made a handful of appearances in the National South this season.
Jai came through the ranks at Ipswich Town but never made an appearance for the Suffolk club but following a loan spell at Cambridge United in 2008/09, the move was made permanent the following season and made 60 appearances scoring 6 goals.
Following spells at Crawley Town and Braintree Town, Jai signed for Eastleigh in 2012-13 and spent four and a half seasons at the Hampshire club making 220 appearances and scoring 52 goals. He went to Boreham Wood during the 2016-17 season and then in 2017-18 played one season for Maidstone United making 53 appearances. After a short spell at Chelmsford, Jai signed for Dover Athletic in the National League in 2018-19 and made 65 appearances including during the curtailed early 2019-20 season.
Jai joined Billericay for the 2020-21 season and played 15 games in another truncated season and started this season in the National South before joining Cray Wanderers in October and played in the recent friendly game with Charlton Athletic U23s.  We welcome Jai to the club and hope he enjoys his time with the club.
Also we can announce that Freddie Cray has joined Erith & Belvedere on dual registration for this season. Freddie is a fine player and we hope he enjoys his time with Erith & Belvedere.

Bromley | England | 03 August 2021 | Hayes Lane
Cray Wanderers v Welling United
Pre-Season Friendly
(Photo: © Jon Hilliger / HilligerPix)

Also, Tariq Turay who played a couple of substitute appearances in September has departed the club. We wish Tariq well at his next club.

BROMLEY, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 12: Potters Bar Town’s James Budden slides in on =Cray Wanderers’s Tariq Turay during the The Pitching In Isthmian Premier League match between Cray Wanderers and Potters Bar Town at Hayes Lane on September 12, 2021 in Bromley, England . (Photo: © Jon Hilliger / HilligerPix)