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Leighton Thomas


The 25-year-old, who had already enjoyed one loan spell at the Ian Moorcroft Stadium, joined Yellows after playing for fellow Pitching In Southern League Premier Division South side Dorchester Town and Division One South side Cribbs last season.

A Cayman Islands international, Leighton first played for Tivvy in October 2022 after joining on loan from Hungerford Town. He made seven appearances, scoring twice before returning to Bulpit Lane. Prior to that, he had netted a remarkable 31 goals in 36 appearances for Paulton Rovers in 2021-22 campaign and winning the Division One West Golden Boot award.


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Javan Wright


Forward The 25-year-old attacker and former Torquay United player was one of Town manager Leigh Robinson’s first signings last season, making the switch from Southern League Division One South Bideford, where he played alongside Leighs assistant Ben Gerring, in November.

He had been with the Robins since 2020, having previously played for Barnstaple, and went on to make 25 appearance for the Yellows, scoring four goals, as he grew into the campaign.


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Joe Parker


Forward Joe, 29, came to Ladysmead on a permanent deal just a few weeks after his previous loan spell from the Tigers came to an end. The former Newport County forward scored 11 times in 15 games at the end of a campaign that saw the Yellows retain their Pitching In Southern League Premier Division South status. It is without argument that Joes goals were a huge factor in that.

A product of Hartpury College, Joe immediately endeared himself to the Tivvy faithful with two goals on his debut - a 4-2 home victory over Poole Town in late January - and the relationship between pitch and terrace grew stronger as the season progressed. Vital strikes followed at Swindon Supermarine and in home matches against Hanwell Town, Merthyr Town and Winchester City as Tivvy built up a healthy amount of points around his goals.


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Tor Swann


Tor, 20, was a youngster at both Exeter City and Torquay United before bouncing between
Barnstaple Town and Buckland Athletic. The Hertfordshire-born player was with the Grecians Academy as a young teenager before spending two seasons at Torquay. He joined Pitching In Southern Football League Division One South Barnstaple Town ahead of the 2021-22 season but, concerned about uncertainties at the North Devon club, moved to Toolstation Western League Buckland Athletic after just a few weeks.


He played regularly for Newton Abbot-based Athletic during the remainder of 2021-22 but returned to a more stable Barnstaple, under fresh management and ownership, at the start of 2022-23. Last season, he was joint second-top scorer for Barum in the Toolstation Western League, with 17 goals.


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Theo Jeremy


Dominican youth international Theo Jeremy arrived at Ladysmead in the summer following his rapid progress through Keynsham Town’s admired player pathway scheme.
That culminated in a first season in senior football in 2023-24 for the Toolstation Western League Division One side, as well as a trial with Bristol City, the former side of Keynsham coach Marvin Brown.

Theo played for the Robins’ Under-21’s side against Colchester United in December 2023 when he enjoyed a productive afternoon including setting up Marlee Francois up for the opening goal in 4-2 City win and showing plenty of adventure and willingness to attack.

He has also come on to the radar of Tivvy’s fellow Devonians, Sky Bet Championship side Plymouth Argyle, and Premier League Aston Villa.

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