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Vanarama National League South outfit, Billericay Town have confirmed that frontman, Rowan Liburd has put pen to paper on a new deal with the club.
A Saint Kitts and Nevis full international, Liburd has brought considerable experience to New Lodge. The Croydon-born player started at Billericay, scoring 22 goals in 30 appearances before joining Reading.
The 28-year-old would glean further EFL experience with Wycombe Wanderers, Stevenage and Leyton Orient before moving back into the non-league game, representing several clubs including Guiseley, Hereford and Welling United.
Liburd rejoined Billericay earlier this year and extended his stay after arriving home from international duty, where he scored from the penalty spot during St Kitts 4-0 FIFA 2022 World Cup qualifying victory over The Bahamas’.