Luke Wanadio returns to Dartford: We had to work hard to bring him back to the club and we feel like he will have a big influence on the side

Monday 03rd June 2019

DARTFORD have swooped to bring winger Luke Wanadio back to Princes Park.

The 26-year-old left Bromley last summer to sign for Aldershot Town and finished last season with Vanarama National League South side Dulwich Hamlet.

Before his move to Bromley, Wanadio scored 13 goals in 53 appearances during an impressive season at Dartford.

“Luke needs no introduction to Dartford fans after his last spell at the club,” joint-manager Adam Flanagan told

“We had to work hard to bring him back to the club and we feel like he will have a big influence on the side and an impact with supporters as he did the previous time.”

Dartford’s Vanarama National League South rivals Maidstone United, meanwhile, have today signed left-back Noah Chesmain, 21, following the expiry of his contract at League Two side Colchester United.

A product of Millwall’s fruitful youth academy, Chesmain made one league appearance for the Lions before embarking on two loan spells in the National League with Welling United and Boreham Wood.

After leaving Millwall this time last year Noah signed for Colchester United and spent time on loan at Hitchin Town and Hungerford Town last season.

He then linked up with the Stones towards the end of the 2018-19 campaign, playing in a trial game with a view to earning a deal for the upcoming season.

Chesmain told “It feels wonderful to be here.

“I played in a trial match here towards the end of last season and the management spoke to me after that and said they want players who are hungry and willing to do well with the club.

“I’m a left back who likes to get up and down and create chances for the team and I feel like Maidstone provides the best opportunity for me going forward.”

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