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Stuart Beavon is a hard working attacking player who joined Wycombe Wanderers initially on loan in February 2009 before signing permanently during the 2009 close season. He took time to establish himself at Adams Park and it was not until September 2009 that he netted his first senior goal. Stuart had the misfortune to suffer a broken leg in May 2010 and it was not until September that he returned to action with the first team, but once he had settled in he proved a revelation. He was a regular in the side for the remainder of the season as the Chairboys gained promotion to League One. Stuart came to prominence with Didcot Town, helping the Railwaymen win the FA Vase in 2005, when he scored a brace in the 3-2 win over AFC Sudbury at White Hart Lane. He moved on to Weymouth in January 2007 where he became a crowd favourite as a result of his goals and committed performances.
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