Kensley Maloney. Photo: Neil Graham /

Kensley Maloney is back at Bracknell Town

Robins re-sign crowd favourite and have added a forward and goalkeeper
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Kensley Maloney. Photo: Neil Graham /

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Midfielder Kensley Maloney is back at Bracknell Town after a spell with BetVictor Southern League Premier Division South side Harrow Borough.

Maloney was a crowd favourite at Larges Lane and was one of manager Mark Tallentire’s first signings when he took the reigns in October 2015, but departed in the summer of 2019 to step up a level.

The midfielder played in the clubs 5-1 win at Staines Town on 2nd November as well as the 2-1 Velocity Trophy win over Chalfont St Peter on the 6th but missed the 1-1 draw with Waltham Abbey on Saturday.

Borough manager Steve Baker confirmed Maloney’s departure in a post on the clubs website on 4th November suggesting the move is for the season rather than dual registration.

Bracknell Town's Kensley Maloney. Photo: Neil Graham.
Bracknell Town’s Kensley Maloney. Photo: Neil Graham.

Joining Maloney at Larges Lane is forward Sean McCormack who scored on his debut in that Waltham fixture, earning the Robins an 88th minute point while according to the Bracknell News, the club have added goalkeeper Dante Baptiste to the squad on loan from Watford as a replacement for injured Hornets team mate James Hoskins.

Baptiste made his debut in the 1-1 draw with Waltham Abbey.


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