Harry Barnes is enjoying life playing first-team football for Warminster Town in the Toolstation Western League.
Barnes has been out on-loan at Weymouth Street this season, and the youngster believes he couldn’t have found a better temporary home.
He said: “Warminster has been amazing so far, since joining the lads have been so welcoming and I have enjoyed every minute of my time there.
“I couldn’t have gone to a better team with the people who are there. Had some great results which has resulted us being six unbeaten in the league keeping 3 clean sheets.”
An injury hampered Barnes’ start to the season, but his full debut with ‘The Red And Blacks’ was a memorable one.
He said: “I’ve had a few favourite moments, it’s really hard to choose just one. After my injury, I made my league debut with Warminster where I set up two (goals) and scored a free-kick from about 20 yards out.
“It was also great when we played against Wells City, we were 2-0 down with about 30 mins left, and we then pulled our socks up and won 4-2 after 90 mins.”
“I’ve had a few favourite moments, it’s really hard to choose just one" - Harry Barnes
Playing week in, week out has helped Barnes grow as a player and is already looking forward to pushing for a place at Badgers Hill next season.
He said: “Playing in the Toolstation League has been great. I’m learning something different every week playing at left-back always things to improve, me as an individual and as a player.
“When I return to Frome, I’m hoping to try and break through to the squad and possibly start to push for a place if I can.”
The Robins return to Badgers Hill on Saturday 23rd February when we face Chesham United. Get your tickets at: http://ow.ly/wBpn50kstlO