*BS*Latest news from around the division:*BF*
*BS*Havant & Waterlooville*BF* have confirmed the departure of manager Shaun Gale following Saturday’s defeat to Basingstoke.
Gale was appointed by the club in October 2007, following the departure of then manager Ian Baird and represented the Hawks as player for three seasons, in the twilight of his playing career.
Commenting on the departure of Gale, chairman Derek Pope told the club’s official website: “Maybe it is something that should have been done a little while ago but this situation can’t go on.
“We feel Shaun can’t do anymore and by intervening it can’t get any worse. It has not been easy because I have known Shaun for a long time. But we have reached a point where we feel a need to move on.
“Shaun has done a good job at the club over the years and we would like to thank him for all he has achieved here.”
*BS*Tonbridge Angels*BF* manager Tommy Warrilow has bolstered his squad with the signing of striker Carl Rook and goalkeeper Jack Smelt.
Smelt, 20, has represented Colchester United, Croydon Athletic, Guildford City, Cray Wanderers, Ramsgate and Margate.
Rook, 29, joins the Angels from Eastbourne and has previously donned the colours of Dartford, Dover Athletic and Horsham, amongst others.
Commenting on the signing of the duo, Warrilow told Kent Online: “We have got two forwards Frannie Collin and Mikel Suarez but ‘Rooky’ has come with no money involved, just in case we might need him.
“Jack’s the same but if he can get a game elsewhere then he will.”
*BS*Basingstoke Town*BF* have secured Ashley Bayes, Stuart Lake and Jide Ogunbote on new one-year deals.
Veteran goalkeeper Bayes joined Basingstoke from Stevenage Borough in the summer of 2011 and has been ever present this term, making 38 appearances.
He started his career as an apprentice at Brentford in 1990 and has gone on to represent Torquay, Exeter, Leyton Orient, Bohemians and Woking, amongst others.
*BS*Truro City*BF* chairman Kevin Heaney has confirmed the club has been served with a winding-up order, but says their unpaid bill will be settled before the end of the month.
A statement from Heaney read: “Truro City can confirm that HM Revenue and Customs have served a fresh winding-up petition for £51,000 on Truro City FC, in relation to tax issues.
“We can confirm that at the last hearing we paid 100 per cent of what we were asked to pay at that point.
“HMRC indicated that there would be some further monies to pay and we said we would clear these monies in April, by agreement, but HMRC rejected this and subsequently told us they wanted the £51,000 sum to be paid immediately.
“We reiterated our wish to delay payment until April, which was again rejected, and the winding-up order has now been issued, for hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice on April 30.
“The club can confirm that the £51,000 will be paid in full by that date.”