10:49AM, Tuesday 01 October 2019
Maidenhead United’s home game against Woking in November has been selected for live TV coverage on BT Sport.
Coverage of the Magpies’ game against the Cards on Saturday, November 23 will begin from 5pm (kick-off 5.20pm).
During October and November, five National League games will be broadcast across the BT Network, available to live stream or watch on TV.
Woking have made a fine start to the season following promotion from National League South last season. They currently sit fourth in the table with seven wins and 25 points to their name so far. Former Magpies strikers Dave Tarpey and Jake Hyde have played a key role in the side’s impressive start.
United should be glad to see the BT cameras back at York Road having won their previous two National League fixtures to be televised against Hartlepool and Maidstone United. The game will also be the second time this season the Magpies have been live on TV after their opening day success at Stockport County.
This will be their first meeting with Woking since their promotion back to the National League.
The club have also announced temporary loan transfers for two of their up-and-coming young talents, Henry Landers and Bradley Keetch.
Landers is set to join Isthmian Premier Side Cheshunt and Keetch will link up with Southern League side Farnborough on one month loan deals.
The loan spells will give both players valuable game time to aid their development.
Landers made his debut for The Ambers in Saturday’s 1-0 home defeat to Horsham whilst Keetch is in line to play for Boro against Winchester in tonight’s (Tuesday) Southern League Cup tie.
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