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Following the end of his initial loan spell, Reeco Hackett-Fairchild has returned to his parent Club Portsmouth.

Hackett re-joined the Ravens on loan from the Hampshire side in September ahead of the new National League season, linking up with his former team-mates.

During his third spell at the Club Hackett scored in our 4-1 away win at King’s Lynn Town and fired in a spectacular strike during the 2-2 draw with Maidenhead United.

Reeco also gained plaudits after our televised win at Solihull Moors. He won the Man of the Match award and earning a £200 donation to a charity of his choice, which he donated to The Chartwell Cancer Trust.

The Club would like to give our sincere thanks to Reeco for all of his work during his time with the Ravens over the years, and we are all looking forward to seeing him progress in his career.

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