Berwick Rangers have confirmed another three new signings ahead of the new season.
The new arrivals are midfielders David Banjo, Charlie Denton and Finn Graham, who have all penned one year deals.
They join goalkeeper Kevin Walker, defenders Ewan McNeil, Robert Wilson, defensive midfielder Graeme Beveridge and midfielders Michael McKenna, David Morris, Barry Hogg and Calum Helm who had previous joined the club.
All three have featured in Berwick’s pre-season games so far, and will be in the squad for Saturday’s game at Forfar.
Banjo, 24, joins the club following spells with both Arbroath and Montrose.
He made 46 appearances for Arbroath but rejected a new offer from the Red Lichties to pursue a full time career.
When he was unable to gain a full-time contract he joined Montrose in January, netting a brace past league champions Albion Rovers on his debut, and going on to feature in nine games.
Banjo played in several of the pre-season friendlies and will be seen as a useful addition to the squad.
Denton joins from Kirkcaldy YMJFC after featuring with the first team throughout pre-season.
He may be familiar to some fans as he featured as a trialist with the Development Squad on a number of occasions last season.
Manager Cameron has had his eye on the versatile wide man for well over six months and the left footer will be looking to build on the form that has earnt him a permanent move and break into the first team over the coming season.
Graham, meanwhile, joins the club from Dunfermline Athletic, after rising through their youth ranks.
The 19 year-old, who plays central midfield, had been with Dunfermline side the age of eight and he has five senior appearances to his credit to date.