Dorchester Town have announced that attacking midfielder Sam Lanahan has agreed terms to be at the Avenue Stadium next season.
The 24-year-old former Yeovil Town academy player makes a return after signing for the Magpies in November 2013 from Alex Pike’s Hamworthy United.
He reluctantly left in the summer of 2015 after starting a new teaching job in Salisbury citing the travelling involved and changes to his career outside of the game for his leaving.
Sam went on to play for Sydenham’s Wessex Premier League outfit Blackfield & Langley where he made 31 appearances scoring an impressive 24 goals.
He left The Watersiders in the summer of 2016 to re-Join Alex Pike’s team, but this time at former National South outfit Gosport Borough.
Meanwhile, Dorchester Town have been given an away trip to Banbury United in the Evo-Stik League South Premier league opener on Saturday 12th August.