Making a particularly impressive debut between the sticks was experienced goalkeeper Ravan Constable.
The 29-year-old Jamaican born keeper signed for Hanwell having re-joined league rivals Beaconsfield Town in August 2022 from another, Hayes & Yeading United, who he returned to in August 2021 and made 34 appearances.
He returned to Hayes & Yeading from Vanarama National League outfit Maidstone United to whom he moved to from the SKYex Community Stadium in September 2020.
He had originally signed for United in August 2019 from Beaconsfield.
He had first signed for the Rams in November 2017, initially on loan from then-National League South side Wealdstone.
He played 17 games before being recalled due to Wealdstone’s run to the FA Trophy semi-final and signed permanently in the summer of 2018.
Originally with Barnet, he also served Cockfosters, London Tigers, Potters Bar Town, Enfield Borough and Bedfont & Feltham.
Also arriving at the Powerday Stadium recently is defender Keano Robinson, who seems to follow Constable around.
The 25-year-old is a quick and aggressive centre-half who learned his trade as part of Peterborough United's academy.
He then spent some time with Sutton Common Rovers, who were then in the Combined Counties League, before he joined Hayes & Yeading in 2017/18, making 32 appearances then another 7 the following season before making the switch to Cambridge City in November 2018.
He re-joined Hayes & Yeading in August 2019 and then moved to Isthmian Premier outfit Herne Bay in August 2022.
In October 2022, he returned to the Southern Premier Division South by joining Beaconsfield and then switched to league rivals Hendon in January 2023.
The Geordies have also extended the loan of midfielder Micah Anthony from Championship side Queens Park Rangers until the end of the season.