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Cawley Makes Tudors Move

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Forward Steve Cawley has signed a two-year deal with Hemel Hempstead Town having joined from Vanarama National League South rivals Concord Rangers.

Cawley has a wealth of experience and a good goalscoring record at this level.

He made 225 appearances for the Beachboys and netted 88 goals.

He signed for Concord back in September 2013 from Bishop`s Stortford.

He was previously with Potters Bar Town, Hoddesdon Town and Chesham United before joining the Blues in 2012.

His best goalscoring season came in 2015/16 when he notched 24 times for the Beachboys from forty-nine games.

Meanwhile, James Kaloczi has committed to the club for the coming season.

Kaloczi returned to the Tudors in the summer of 2016 after previously playing for the club`s under-18 side four seasons previous.

Having turned out briefly for Potters Bar Town, Kaloczi joined St Albans City and played a number of games for the Tudors` neighbours in their Southern League play-off winning squad and then again as a midfielder in the Saints’ first season in the National League South, scoring with several long distance strikes.

A move to Dunstable Town allowed Kaloczi to play at centre-back where he excelled, was made captain and almost helped them into the play-offs, before finishing last season back at Clarence Park, playing a big part in The Saints relegation-avoiding run-in.

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