Long-serving midfielder Harry Pritchard has enjoyed a successful debut season in the Vanarama National League following the club’s promotion from National League South last term.
Pritchard has scored seven times in the league this season, including goals in wins against Tranmere Rovers, Guiseley and Bromley.
After spells at lower league sides Flackwell Heath and Burnham, Pritchard joined Maidenhead in February 2012 and has since gone over to make over 150 appearances for club, primarily at either left back or left midfield.
He played a crucial part in the club’s promotion last season, and cleaned up at the club’s annual awards event, winning the accolade of the Supporter’s, Player’s and Manager’s Player of the Year.
Pritchard’s goal threat will be crucial for Maidenhead, particularly given that the side’s second top-scorer, Adrian Clifton, who has six goals to his name this season, is suspended following a red card against Solihull on New Year’s Day.
The Magpies’ wideman’s last four goals have come from the penalty spot and is the club’s set-piece specialist.
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