Dulwich Hamlet have completed the signing of former Yeovil Town and Brentford striker Gavin Tomlin for the forthcoming season.
The vastly experienced forward joins from Crawley Town having also appeared for Port Vale, Southend United, Gillingham, Torquay United and Dagenham & Redbridge.
Tomlin made over 250 appearances in the Football League and scored close to 50 goals during a professional career covering over a decade.
Hamlet manager Gavin Rose spoke of his delight after capturing the experienced striker.
Speaking to the official club website he said “After enjoying the environment during our pre season at the club, Gavin Tomlin has decided to sign for the forthcoming season.
“The decision to stop playing professionally coincides with Gavin’s growing business interests and this opportunity gives him the time to commit more time to grow it further.
We are delighted to gain his talent and experience within the dressing room.”
The move marks a return to the non-league game for Tomlin and he has represented the likes of Staines Town, St Albans City and Windsor & Eton earlier in his career.
Source: Dulwich Hamlet FC