Debut: Unknown | Appearances: Unknown | Goals: Unknown
Cawley joined Walton Casuals in 1987, having previously played for Chertsey Town. He signed for Wimbledon later that season and soon switched England for Finland with a move to Koparit. After loan spells with Bristol Rovers and Fulham, he made permanent moves to Exeter City and Barnet. However, he is most known for his 179 appearances for Colchester United between 1992 and 1998.
Debut: 09.09.95 v Cranleigh | Appearances: 1 | Goals: 0
Griffiths made a single appearance for Walton Casuals as an 18-year-old prior to his professional career. He later went on to make 36 appearances for Queens Park Rangers, as well as enjoying two spells with Gillingham in between representing a number of non-league clubs.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 35 | Goals: 0
Gindre progressed through the youth ranks at the Waterside Stadium before making his first team debut in 2001. The Argentinian made 35 appearances for the club after three years with the youth set-up. He went on to play for South African professional clubs AmaZulu and Mpumalanga Black Aces between 2009 and 2012.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 27 | Goals: 4
Burton scored four goals in 27 games for the club during the 2009-10 season, his final spell before retiring aged 35. The central defender previously spent two years with Torquay United after a youth career with Portsmouth, prior to an extensive non-league career.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 27 | Goals: 4
Nicholls also signed for the Casuals in the latter stages of his career, having spent seven years at Chelsea. Making 36 appearances for the Blues between 1994 and 2001, he went on to score seven goals in 49 appearances throughout the 2010-11 season for the Casuals.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 38 | Goals: 19
Ide, who often partnered Nicholls up front, found the net 12 times in 26 games during the 2010-11 season. The Surrey-born striker played 46 times for Brentford from 2005 until 2008 and later re-signed for the Stags during the 2012-13 season to score a further seven times in 14 appearances.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 13 | Goals: 14
Lockhart-Adams scored four goals in 13 appearances for Walton Casuals in 2011, shortly after becoming Barnet’s youngest ever player. The 18-year-old forward initially joined the club on loan, before opting for a permanent deal after his release from the Bees.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 4 | Goals: 0
Odiaka, a French-Nigerian forward, enjoyed a brief spell at the club before turning professional in Romania. Aged 21, he made four appearances for the Casuals shortly before representing Universitatea Cluj on four occasions in Liga I.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 15 | Goals: 6
Traynor joined the club in the summer of 2013, having featured for Brentford from 2002 to 2004. He scored six times in 15 appearances before his retirement.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 20 | Goals: TBC
Having made 21 appearances for League One club Peterborough United between 2001 and 2003, Gary MacDonald joined the Casuals during the 2013-14 season. He featured 20 times for the club.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 65 | Goals: 22
Luke Medley joined in October 2014, having previously featured in ESPN’s ‘500 Greatest Ever Goals’. The former Bradford City and Barnet forward went on to score 22 times in 65 games for Walton.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 2 | Goals: 1
Ghanaian-German frontman Ferdinand Takyi also joined in October 2014 and scored one goal in two appearances for the club. He later joined Latvian professional side Spartaks Jūrmala for the 2015/16 season.
Debut: N/A | Appearances: 0 | Goals: 0
Striker Femi Akinwande had a brief spell with Walton Casuals on loan from Conference South club Dartford in 2014. The striker later joined Colchester United on a development contract and made his first team debut in League One in March 2016.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 6 | Goals: 0
Former Crystal Palace, Notts County and Rushden & Diamonds midfielder Tyrone Berry joined the club ahead of the 2015-16 campaign. Having featured in the League Cup first round for Palace before loan spells in League Two back in 2005 and 2006, he featured for the Stags six times before making his departure.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 2 | Goals: 0
Matt Somner also joined during the summer, with the 32-year-old lining-up twice before his departure. He had previously accumulated over 100 appearances for Brentford, Cambridge United and Notts County.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 15 | Goals: 7
Moses Ashikodi, an Antigua & Barbuda international, joined in August 2016 and scored seven goals in 15 games. The move came after spells with Millwall, West Ham United, Rangers and Watford earlier in his career.
Debut: TBC | Appearances: 8 | Goals: 1
Marcel Barrington represented the club during the 2015-16 season, shortly after earning his first full international cap for Guyana. The former Leicester City scholar appeared in a 2018 World Cup qualifier against St. Vincent and the Grenadines in June 2015, and lined-up eight times for the Casuals while scoring once.
Debut: 08.08.15 v Faversham Town | Appearances: 4 | Goals: 2
Christian Nanetti joined the Casuals ahead of the 2015-16 season after a spell with National League side Dover Athletic. The former QPR youngster enjoyed his opening few weeks at the club, scoring on his debut, before facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines due to injury. After a brief spell with East Grinstead Town, Nanetti spent much of the 2016-17 season with Welling United before turning professional with Irish club Cork City in February 2017.