Boreham Wood are delighted to sign Ben Nunn following a successful trial period. Ben has featured in impressive Friendly draws against West Ham United, Stevenage and Watford, providing solid performances at both left and right back.
Nunn started his career at Boston United and made one first team appearance for the League Two club in a 3-0 defeat to Hereford United in April 2007 at the age of just 16.
Nunn left Boston in 2007 following their double relegation to the Conference North to join Conference National side Rushden & Diamonds on a scholar deal, making his only appearance in a 3-0 defeat to Grays Athletic before his release in summer 2008.
After a successful trial, Nunn joined Southern Football League Premier side Cambridge City in August 2008.
After a year at Cambridge, Nunn joined Conference South side Bishop’s Stortford in 2009, before joining fellow Conference South side Chelmsford City in March 2010. Ben played a huge part in Chelmsford City reaching the Conference South Play Off in the last two seasons.
Following ‘Wood’s’ draw against Hertfordshire neighbours Watford, Manager Ian Allinson expressed to Football Exclusives his desire to sign Nunn and he’s happy with his addition to his squad.
Everyone at Boreham Wood are delighted to have captured the signing of Ben Nunn and hope that his stay at Meadow Park is a long and successful one.