AFTER securing forward Paul Walker on a permanent deal earlier in the week, Liversedge have announced the signing of three more players with good non-league pedigree.

One is defender Adam Field, who was part of Huddersfield Town's Academy from the age of nine. After a season with the Terriers as a professional, he moved on to FC United of Manchester, before signing for Brighouse Town.

He spent several years there, helping the club to a Northern Counties East League Premier Division title, as well an Evo-Stik League Division One East play-off final victory.

Field left last year to join Yorkshire Amateur, but has now made the move to fellow NCEL Premier Division side Sedge.

On Twitter, Sedge manager Jonathan Rimmington enthused: "Great signing for us, the experience Adam brings will be invaluable and he will also fit in with our dressing room."

Goalkeeper Jordan Porter has also signed for Sedge. He won the FA Trophy with Halifax Town, before spells with Scarborough Athletic and Spennymoor Town.

Like Field, he has spent time with Brighouse Town, winning that aforementioned play-off final alongside him and recently captaining the side too.

The club also announced the signing of former Hemsworth Miners Welfare star Richard Collier.

The tricky winger has turned out for Glasshoughton Welfare and Nostell Miners Welfare in the past and has had many full-backs running scared during his time in non-league.

Collier is looking forward to playing down at Clayborn next season, saying on Twitter: "Time to get back enjoying it (football)."

Sedge also confirmed that popular first-team players Jack Hardacre and Jack Steers would be staying on at the club next season.