DORCHESTER Town have unveiled Tom Bragg as their first new addition of the summer.

The centre-back joins after leaving Salisbury, who will play at Step 2 next season.

After playing 15 games, Bragg, 21, won promotion with the Whites to the National League South in May via the play-offs, beating AFC Totton.

But he has chosen to continue his journey with Dorchester and becomes the Magpies’ first dose of fresh blood in the close season.

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Bragg learned the ropes at Southampton’s academy and has previous experience at Hibernian, Eastleigh and Wimborne Town.

On his first summer signing, boss Tom Killick said: "I am delighted to have reached an agreement with Tom.

“He is an exceptional player already with the capacity to improve still further.

"We hope that we can provide him with the environment to thrive and realise his undoubted potential."

Speaking on X, Bragg said: "Buzzing to get going!"

Bragg is the 10th player to commit to the Magpies for next season after Shaq Gwengwe, Jordan Ngalo, Jack Dickson, Corby Moore, Will Spetch, Drew Eccott-Young, Olaf Koszela, Luke Pardoe and Luke Roberts.