Can’t Beat Them, Join Them! Hawks Swoop For Striker Pavey

Alfie Pavey had his heart broken by Havant & Waterlooville last season - but now he has joined them.

The Dartford striker, 22, has signed a two year deal at the National League newsboys.

He was the National League South Player of the Season - but it was a campaign which had a bitter end.

The Darts missed out on the title in the last few minutes of the final day of the season.

Jason Prior’s late winner for the Hawks at home to Concord Rangers was enough to swipe the championship away from Princes Park.

Dartford couldn’t recover from that blow and bowed out of the play-offs against Braintree Town at the semi-final stage.

But Pavey, who left Millwall last season, has decided West Leigh Park is where he wants to play his football next season.

Lee Bradbury decided to make the forward his number one target and this morning announced he had got his man.

Meanwhile AFC Wimbledon defender Paul Robinson has told the Portsmouth News that he is holding talks with Havant.

The centre-half is a free agent after leaving the League One Dons.

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