Sandhurst Town captain Harry Oakley. Photo: Mark Pugh.
Sandhurst Town captain Harry Oakley. Photo: Mark Pugh.

Sandhurst Town captain Harry Oakley faces significant time on the sidelines

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Sandhurst Town captain Harry Oakley. Photo: Mark Pugh.
Sandhurst Town captain Harry Oakley. Photo: Mark Pugh.

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Sandhurst Town’s captain Harry Oakley looks set to miss at least a month after discovering he had been playing for two months with a stress fracture to his metatarsal.

Oakley – brother of Woodley United striker Charlie, has been almost ever-present for the Fizzers this season playing 19 times and was part of the Town side that lost 5-2 to Binfield in the Bluefin Sports Hellenic League Challenge Cup on Saturday.

Jon Bennett scores for Binfield against Sandhurst Town. Photo: Colin Byers.
Harry Oakley challenges Jon Bennett during the Binfield vs Sandhurst Town cup tie. Photo: Colin Byers.

Speaking to FiB Oakley said he was ‘absolutely gutted’ and tweeted: “Absolutely gutted to be facing potentially 6 weeks on the sidelines. I’ll be back as soon as I can.”

The news means Oakley may miss the second instalment of OakleyVSOakley when Woodley host the Fizzers on 25th February.

Keep up with all the latest Sandhurst Town news on our dedicated page here, and follow our Fizzers twitter account here.

Main image: Harry Oakley by Mark Pugh.

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