Sam Barratt makes Vanarama Conference South debut for Maidenhead United

Sam Barratt in action for Maidenhead United against Bracknell Town. Photo: Connor Sharod-Southam.

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Sam Barratt in action for Maidenhead United against Bracknell Town. Photo: Connor Sharod-Southam.

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Former Bracknell Town winger Sam Barratt made his first team debut for Maidenhead United in the Vanarama Conference South on Saturday as a second-half substitute.

Barratt joined Magpies a fortnight ago after a successful trial period for the club and following negotiations with Bracknell Town where he was on contract.

Magpies were beaten 4-1 on Saturday by St Albans City but the Maidenhead United website reported that: “Stepping up from the Hellenic League, the teenage Barratt showed no signs of being overawed with some nice touches on the left wing, whipping in a couple of decent crosses.”

Barratt had an outstanding 2013/14 season at Larges Lane winning 3 awards at the end of season presentation ceremony. Robins meanwhile continued a good start to the season on Tuesday night with a 3-1 win over Newbury at Larges Lane.

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