Any Bracknell Town fans enquiring after the whereabouts of centre-back Lee Rushe can rest easy, the former Godalming Town defender is winning fans at Evo-Stik Southern League Division 1 side Beaconsfield SYCOB.
Rushe made 10 appearances for the Robins last season, shoring up a defence alongside Carl Davies and Callum Whitty that helped pull Bracknell away from what looked like certain relegation.
This season though, Rushe has had to settle for more of a bit part role and has signed a dual registration with SYCOB according to getbucks.co.uk and scored on his debut at Kempston Rovers.
SYCOB have been struggling at the bottom of the Southern Central Division 1 but according to boss Andy Hurley, Rushe helped to inspire a young side to only their third win of the campaign.
Speaking to getbucks, Hurley said: “Lee is the experienced head we have needed for a while. His talking and organisation at the back made a huge difference, and he’s a very good addition. It may be that Bracknell want him back at some point, but hopefully we can keep him for a good while.”