Bostik League Premier club Harlow Town have confirmed that forward Junior Dadson has been sold to Bostik South leaders Cray Wanders for an undisclosed fee.
The Hawks received an offer for the player, and given that his contract expired at the end of the season, decided that it was in the best interests of Harlow Town to allow the player to speak with the Wands.
Dadson indicated that he would like to discuss terms with Cray, and after agreeing a significant financial package that Harlow were unable to match, he has decided to join the Kent side.
A statement on the club`s official Pitchero website reads: “We have many happy memories with Junior as part of the club, and we would like to thank him for his contribution during his time with the Hawks.”
Dadson initially signed for Harlow ahead of the 2013/14 season, and after leaving the following summer for a short spell with AFC Hornchurch, re-signed for the Hawks in December 2014.
Dadson has gone on to make 175 appearances in total for the Hawks, scoring 81 goals.
His 30 goals in the 2015/16 season helped the Hawks to the First Division North play-off final, resulting in promotion back to the Premier Division.
Forward Junior Dadson will join Cray Wanderers for an undisclosed fee. Check out the website for the full story. https://t.co/raYHypeEfX
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