01:58PM, Thursday 03 June 2021
Despite playing only three league matches last season Maidenhead United Women's players, officials and volunteers toasted the end of an unusual season in the Devonshire Suite on Friday evening.
Maidenhead made their best ever start to life in the fourth tier of women’s football, taking four points from those first three games, but pandemic ensured that ultimately counted for nothing. There was also success for the team in the Women’s FA Cup, with the team progressing to the first round proper before bowing out to Billericay Town.
Nevin Saroya’s hard-working and close-knit squad came together once more on Friday to celebrate their
Alex Dover, Amy Saunders and Tina Brett were also presented with an award to mark 10 years of service to the club.
The club are now recruiting for the 2020/21 season and are looking for coaches, volunteers, sponsors and, of course, players.
Mindset Medal – Katie Thorne
Physical Training Medal – Kajal Malhotra
Analysts Medal – Natalie Barnes
Players’ Player – Megan
Manager’s Player – Nicole Barrett
The race to get as many people vaccinated against coronavirus has ramped up in the Royal Borough and Slough amidst an ongoing rise in cases across the country.