BRACKNELL Town hotshot TJ Bohane is set to sign for Swindon Supermarine.

The prolific striker is making the step up from the Hellenic Premier to the Southern League after agreeing terms with the club.

Bohane joined the Robins for the start of last season and hit the ground running.

He banged in 48 goals in 43 appearances and formed a deadly partnership with Adam Cornell, who helped himself to 45 goals.

The pair fuelled Bracknell's push for the Hellenic Premier title which went down to the last day when they were pipped by Highworth.

But Robins still ended up bagging three trophies during the campaign after securing the Hellenic League Cup, the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy and the Reading Senior Cup.

Sadly, the chance for Swindon-based Bohane to join a hometown club in a higher division was too good to refuse.

Bohane leaves Larges Lane on good terms and he expressed his thanks to club bosses on social media.

He tweeted: 'Thanks for all the kind words. Wish you all the best this season on promotion. I'll be up to watch at some point.'

It will be Bohane's second stint with Swindon Supermarine, who just missed out on reaching the Southern League Division 1 South & West play-offs last season.

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Bohane enjoyed a prolific partnership with Adam Cornell.

The departure of Bohane will leave a huge gap in Bracknell Town's attacking line, a problem boss Mark Tallentire will be eager to solve before the new season begins.