Whitehawk have today (Friday) signed defender Craig Braham-Barrett on loan until January from fellow National League South side Ebbsfleet United.
27-year old Braham-Barrett has been on loan at Vanarama National side Woking this season, making five appearances at the Laithwaite Community Stadium.
He joined Ebbsfleet in the summer having made almost 100 appearances for Cheltenham Town in the Football League.
Braham-Barrett began his career with Charlton Athletic before he was released in 2007. He played non-league football with Eastleigh, East Thurrock United and then Welling United before Peterborough United signed him for a fee of £10,000 in 2008.
After leaving the Posh, Steve King signed the defender whilst he was in charge of Farnborough, before King once again signed Braham-Barrett at Macclesfield. The left-back played a big part in the Silkmen’s run to the Fourth Round of the FA Cup in 2012/13.
Signing for Cheltenham in the summer of 2013, he left the Robins after their relegation to the National League in the summer.