It’s not often we’re left speechless here at FootballinBracknell, and it’s not often we cover the fortunes of Maidenhead United outside of Sam Barratt’s brilliance – but this strike from his team mate Harry Pritchard at the weekend deserves sharing.
The Magpies hosted Bath City on Saturday and maintained their seven point lead at the top of the Vanarama National League South with a 2-1 win and goals from Pritchard and Dave Tarpey.
Even better, Maidenhead had the top crowd in the division at the weekend meaning 1,031 people got to see this:
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Our own Sammy Boy was a second half substitute for Pritchard who scored that wonder goal on 28 minutes following a penalty save by Magpies goalkeeper Carl Pentney.
Full highlights from the game at the top of the article.
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