Dorchester Town Capture Striker Jan 30, 2004 0:16:02 GMT
Post by on Jan 30, 2004 0:16:02 GMT
Dorchester Town Reserves have confirmed the return of the prolific yet enigmatic striker Aaron Turner. Turner who left The Avenue outfit in September 2003 to join then FA cup hopefuls Salisbury City returns to Dorchester after frustrating spells at Salisbury and Lymington both during the current season. Despite notching four goals in four starts at Salisbury and being part of the legendary City squad who played at Hillsbrough, a regular spot in the starting line up was not forthcoming and Turner 22 was loaned out to Lymington & NM in December 2003. It was a largely frustrating spell at Fawcets field with only one goal in return for 6 appearances. So nowTurner returns to Dorch with the blessing of Salisbury boss Nick Holmes in order to get regular games and match fitness. The move was hailed by Dorchester Reserve team boss Phill Simpkin who was clearly delighted in welcoming back his former vice captain. Turner who is still amazingly second top scorer at Dorchester this season despite only playing their first three games, will be looking to rediscover the form that has brought him 23 goals in 20 games for the magpies. However the move may not be permanant as the striker will be flying off to America within the next month for a somewhat indefinate period. The news of Turners signing will not sit well with Brock manager Graham Kemp who over the last week has gone to great lengths to secure the former Wimbourne and Hamworthy Recreation strikers Wessex league registration. It is understood that Turner will not be turning out for Brockenhurst until after his return from the states if at all.