The Stags bring home prolific scorer Tony Lee

Southern Premier team AFC Totton have resigned Tony Lee after his goalscoring heroics at league rivals Poole Town.

In 119 matches witnessing him come off the bench as substitute on 17 occasions, Lee grabbed 96 strikes including 23 penalties.

Lee commenced his career at Eastleigh before enjoying three loan spells at The Stags between October and November 2015.

For the next 14 months whilst still clamped to The Spitfires he endured a number of loan spells at Gosport Borough, Whitehawk and Cirencester Town, before jumping back to Gosport Borough in 2017.

Later that year he returned to Poole Town rejoining Tootton within three months on loan for the remainder of the campaign bursting through with 18 strikes in 32 games.

Weymouth were in awe with the young talisman bringing him to Dorset for free in the summer of 2018, where inside a few weeks he retuned to Gosport Borough.

For the 2018/19 season he was a Wimborne Town footballer before switching back to Tatnam ground again, before moving ships to Havant and Waterlooville and Farnborough on loan.

Throughout the 2021/22 campaign he secured 25 goals in 21 games impressively, after a broken collar bone put him out for six weeks he came back for the end of the season grabbing a further ten goals increasing his tally to 36 strikes.

Last year in the Southern Premier he assisted Poole Town into the playoffs where during the season he reached 27 goals and four in a 6-1 victory over Dorchester Town.

Currently this campaign he’s found the back of the net 19 times in 29 matches.

Stags manager Jimmy Ball was over the moon with the purchase;”I’m delighted to be able to bring Tony’s presence, experience and goal-scoring ability into the club.

“His record speaks for itself and I’m sure he will have a huge impact, and will make a significant contribution to determining how our season ends.”